Petals- you can cut apart silk flowers or I picked up a bag of petals from the dollar store
A clutch- mine was again, from the dollar store
Metallic spray paint- I used Krylon "Nickle"
Hot glue gun
First I pinned my petals onto a sheet of foam board, you can use cardboard or cork, what ever you don't mind getting paint on that pins will stick in.
Spray petals and clutch. My clutch (as you can see int he first photo) was red so it doesn't matter what color yours is to start. If yours has expandable sides like mine it helps to turn it upside down and spread the sides apart.
Once everything dries, hot glue the petals onto the clutch one row at a time. The Ruffles and Stuff tutorial has step by step photos of this step if you need them. I decided that 4 rows looked good for my clutch. The top row I let hang off the top a bit and trimmed the extra once the glue dried. Once you have all your petals on get the ribbon of your choice (you will need a fairly wide one) and glue it to the top row of your petals with enough hanging over the wrap around to the inside of your clutch like the first two photos here.
Repeat on the other side making sure that when you close the purse the ribbon matches on the sides. You don't want one ribbon to be higher than the other. If your clutch has a handle on the end like mine just fold your ribbon up around it.