Here's the direct link! Silhouette Design ID 308507
To make this purse you will need to download the cutting file available as either an .svg file or .studio file.
Arrange the different colored layers in the Silhouette studio software. This file already has maximized the space of a 12x12 cutting area, and is color coded to closely match my finished example above. You will only have to move a few pieces onto the live cutting area for each color paper change. If you aren't familiar with the Silhouette studio software, there are many tutorials online to achieve this step.
Attach the three contrasting backing pieces with a fine tipped paper adhesive such as Tombow mono adhesive. (these are the lighter yellow color)
Fold the leather strap pieces around the buckle hardware and fix with a brad or with glue. There are holes in this file that will match up to make attaching brads easy. The brads will hold the leather straps to the sides of the purse.
Fold the side pieces along the folding dotted line. There are two rows of dotted lines, one is to mimic stitching, the other is to actually fold. (see first picture in the second row.) Attach sides and front piece to the main piece with glue. Align the holes and fix brads at those points for the purse feet on the bottom. The brads aren't necessary, but add a nice detail.
Slide the front buckle onto the leather strap. You may fix it on with glue if you wish. Attach this decorative strap with glue or brads.
Fold teeth on the side pieces inward then glue them to the front and back of the purse. (shown in first picture on the bottom row.)
Your purse is now complete. You can adhere a sticky velcro dot to the front flap purse strap, or use tape to shut the purse.