How to Create a Monogram Wallet

If like us, you are obsessed with monogramed wallets and handbags, why not DIY your way to fashion icon status with this easy project.

In this make, Teri from thelovelydrawer.com shows you just how easy it is to personalise leather and faux leather accessories with Rust-Oleum's Flexible Fabric Spray Paint. Made all the easier because this clever, flexible paint moves and stretches with fabric, which means it won't crack. 

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What You Will Need

  • Rust-Oleum Flexible Fabric Paint

  • Alphabet Stencil

  • Masking Tape

  • Double Sided Tape

Step 1

Cut out the letter you wish to use from the alphabet stencil and use double sided tape to cover any areas of the stencil that may lift when spraying. This will ensure clean lines when you spray.

Peel the backing off the double sided tape and stick the stencil to the leather face up.

Step 2

Move the wallet to a well-ventilated area and place on top of newspaper or a dust sheet.

Apply the masking tape all around each edge of the stencil and ensure you completely cover the remainder of the wallet to protect it from spray mist.

Spray with two light layers of paint, allowing to dry in between each coat.

Step 3

Once dry, peel the stencil away from the leather and voila!

Rust-Oleum’s Flexible Fabric Spray Paint is available from B&Q, Homebase and more for an RRP of Β£4.99.