Juice Wrapper Coin Purse

Juice Wrapper Coin Purse

Convert a juice wrapper into a durable coin purse with this simple tutorial.

What you need

Juice Packets


Start with two empty, clean, and dry juice bags.

Empty Juice Wrappers

Slit very carefully the bottom of the bag and rinse with water and air dry or use a paper towel if you can’t wait to get started.

Wrappers Slit

Decide which color you want for the outside and for the inside of your coin purse. Fold it over at the top just a bit to the backside of pouch and stitch it down. I used a zigzag stitch and white thread.

Wrapper To Purse

TIP: These bags are not forgiving so you can’t re-do these, once stitched there is no ripping out seams and re-sewing.

Fold down the other bag non-color to non-color almost in half but about an inch from the bottom will be showing of the back of the bag and stitch across the top which is now the fold in the middle.

Place the smaller one you just folded down wrong sides together onto the main color pouch and stitch around sides and bottom. Fold top down and crease and use a sticky back Velcro for the closure. Coin purse is finished.

This project was contributed by Angelique Bazell


  1. This is a great and fun idea for recycling an item one would normally throw away!

  2. It’s okay.

  3. this is an great craft project and useful

  4. i love it! I would make it if my sewing machine worked.( grumble grumble) THANKS:)

  5. I love this. It would match my Capri Sun tote that I have. 🙂

  6. thanks! i loved making this. I took the idea further and made myself a belt too, it took a lot longer though!

  7. Thanks soo much: a little glitter glue and sparkles made it the perfect gift for my best friend: Hope you come up with more awesome ideas!! 😀

  8. weird

  9. THANK YOU!!!! These are so cool….. I’ve always wondered how to make them!

  10. Awesome really neat and green friendly

  11. My kids drink these all the time now I can have something useful to do with them. Thank You

  12. Looks cool!

  13. sooooo cool i needed one of those everyone has one at school but now i can say i made mine cool!

  14. it is soooooooooooooooooo cute love it

  15. I love making the coin purse..the kids love them!! thanks

  16. This was very easy. Thanks!

  17. simple and easy

  18. I like this a lot. It looks like it was at the store!

  19. I really love this idea!! thank you so much for putting instructions up!!!

  20. The directions about making the inside of the purse definitely need to be clearer. That part is not well-explained at all.

  21. This is a nice craft but it is kinda hard to understand.

  22. Looks like i’ll have to buy some juice bag packs! I can’t wait to try out this project!

  23. your directions are not really helping your pictures aren’t either for a fist timmer

  24. Wow! I haven’t tried it yet but I’m totally into recycling stuff to make stuff. I live in NYC, and have made earrings out of metrocards, buttons, pins from the Metropolitan Museum of Art, etc.

  25. craftyISme_14 says

    do you think that you could try and make a purse out of these? ive seen them before, and they were really cool!! thanx

  26. i bought a purse just like this and always wonderd how to make it !! thanks so much I LOVE IT!

  27. plese give a bag using capri suns.

  28. luv this project!!!!…. soooo easy!!!!!!

  29. I think that this idea is so cute, it will go great with the jammer purse I have made

  30. Wouldn’t this be a cute thing to make at birthday parties for the kids to take home?? I love it!

  31. Very good idea. I like it a lot. I can’t wait to try it.

  32. very cute. i will have to make this for my oldest daughter for her milk money at school. (and of course one for myself, i love fun things like this) thank you very much

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  34. Isn’t there something else we can use than velcro? Like a button?

  35. My frriends and i loved doung this prodject. It was a blast!

  36. Took awhile to figure out, but the combo of instructions and pictures helped me out!

  37. I would like to find a crafter to make 3 for me: yates74@hotmail.com

  38. This is a great and creative project, but the directions could be clearer.

  39. Use a Zig Zag stich to prevent it slipping out.

  40. I had problems with my sewing machine. The thread wouldn’t stay in. Can someone give me advice on what I may be doing wrong? I bought 4 10 pouch boxes of these things so I can make them for family and friends. gizmo86m@hotmail.com

  41. Thanks, I enjoyed your FREE instructions.

  42. How did you make it so shiny. If left original, won’t it tear?

  43. I don’t know, it’s ok but I don’t really like it all that much….

  44. It is so cute and fashionable

  45. graet

  46. great idea

  47. I love this little thing its the most darling thing ever!!
    I’m going to make one for all my friends!!!

  48. Very cool!! I need to try this…thanks!

    Lisa from

  49. Here in SC people are buying the juice pack pocketbooks like crazy!! Koolaid pack purses, too!

  50. Cool idea, I respect the concept. (Fugly though, in my humble opinion.)

  51. this is way cute, all you need is the lunch box purse and popcan make up container

  52. i am saving up to make a purse saw lady with one and it was adorable

  53. now,now ladies lets
    not get in a fight
    over a recycled paper coin pouch.

  54. directions were great, my 12 y/o was able to make her own!!!

  55. you need better pictures i can’t understand hw to make it

  56. very creative thinking!

  57. I don’t understand directions.

  58. pretttttty amazing. i love it.

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