Este blog está repleto de inspiração para quem gosta de DIY, eu confesso que sou um pouco preguiçosa, mas sem dúvida que algumas das suas ideias me deixam com imensa vontade de pegar numa tesoura, tecido... e começar a trabalhar. E esta foi uma delas.
Espero que gostem.
In a follow up of my post from June about transparent bags, that you can see here, today I share with you another amazing DIY from the blog "a pair and a spare".
This blog is full of inspiration for those of you who love DIY's, I have to say I'm a little lazy, but there's no doubt some of the ideas in there make me want to pick up a pair of scissors, fabric... and get to work. And this is one of them.
I hope you like it.
How to do it?
- A big rectangle of clear PVC. Mine was around 3mm thick
- 5 round top studs with screws
- A pen
- Multi hole punch
- A ruler
- An A1 piece of white paper or cardboard
1. Draw the template onto your paper - following the measurements you see below. Click here for a bigger
version. Note that the image itself is indicative and not to scale. The measurements are approximate
because I think you can make it a little bigger or smaller or give it a different shape if you want, it's just
about trimming it to suit you, but this template will give you the general structure.
2. Cut your template out and then use some tape to stick it on your pvc.
3. Cut your pvc, using the template as a guide.
4. Remove the template from the pvc.
5. Fold the corners over like an envelope, folding the sides in first, then the bottom, and then lastly the top
6. Decide where you want to put your stud beads to secure the envelope shape. I have put little coloured
circles on the template to give you an idea of where the holes should go for the studs. Use the hole
puncher to make holes relative to the size of the screw in the stud bead.
7. Push the screw through from the underneath and then screw the top on
8. For the lower holes, make the top hole first and then mark with a pen the inside hole. Open up the bag to
make the inside hole.
9. Once all the holes are done - close the bag to work out where to put the stud that will act as a latch.
10. Mark with a pen and then use the hole punch to put a hole in the underside of the opening. Thread the stud bead through the single underneath layer, and then put another hole in the flap to be used to secure the opening by pushing the hole over the stud.
Now you just have to put what you want inside!
Agora é só pôr o que quiserem dentro!
All photos and explanation from http://apair-andaspare.blogspot.ca
Todas as fotos e explicação retirados de http://apair-andaspare.blogspot.ca