Sunday, 21 July 2013

DIY: Festival bumbag - the cheap way!

So, i'm one of those people that likes everything to be a pound... In the real world, that rarely happens but how amazing would it be if life was like that and we all had lots of money and got to buy everything we wanted? I've been searching high and low on the internet for a bumbag since the minute I booked my Creamfields tickets and haven't found a single (nice) one for less than £20 - which I for some reason (being a student and all) find outrageous for something I will probably only use once... Chances are, bumbags won't be cool next year... They didn't exactly last long in their last attempt. Being my savvy self, I took to ebay to find one, and even the second hand ones or other people's DIY attempts we're £10 or more - which we know is extortionate in ebay currency. I ended up buying myself a good old £2 one that I eventually found (you know those really gross elderly tourist ones) and a wonderful 99p bag of bronze studs from trusty Hong Kong (you never let me down, love ya!) and here's the result - pretty chic I think! So if you're looking for a bumbag - DIY is the key!





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4 comments

  1. Great idea!

    sophie-said.blogspot.co.uk

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  2. Who knew bumbags could look so cool!

    Lindsey. x
    www.elegant-chaos.blogspot.com

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  3. Nice idea!

    i like your blog and i'd be more than happy if you followed me back on gfc and bloglovin'.:)

    http://relocatewonderland.blogspot.gr/

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  4. this is literally a life saver as a bumbag ive been eyeing up on asos which is so similar is for a tenner!
    I'm going reading this year, so this is a must!
    Thanks again!

    www.chazabella.blogspot.com

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