Pam Bray Designs: A Girl With Flair

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It is summer! 
Most crafters are getting ready for craft shows or gift giving ideas!  I want to share my jean pocket that I did for an exchange a while back. 
I the kids have out grown most of their school jeans and I know some of my family wouldn’t miss a pair of jeans, lol. 
Start by cutting a pocket off a pair of old blue jeans making sure to cut through the front and back part of the pocket to keep it whole.  and then decorate them.  
Cut the zipper and buttons from the jeans; decorate the pocket. 
Add small crochet doily and gemstone swirl to front of pocket


Cut three 3″ circles from the legs of the jeans to make flowers. 
The flowers are simple to make.
 Cut the each circle by beginning at the outside edge of  the circle and cut into a spiral.
 Using tweezers begin at the outside edge and rolled them up and glue to the inside base of the circle. Sprayed the prepared flowers and leaves with your favorite Dylusion Sprays; allowed them to dry.  Adhere them to my pocket over my zipper and doily using glue gun and glue sticks. 


Cut jean label off the back of jeans. 
Adhere to front of pocket. 


Cut seam from jean leg to form loop to place on the back of pocket to form tag.
Add button hole to front of pocket. 
 Fill with goodies, flowers, etc.
Enjoy Pam

Supplies:
1 Pair of Jeans
Dylusion Sprays
Crochet Doily
Swirl Black Gemstones
Scissors
Hot Glue Gun and Glue Sticks

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