Monday, 14 May 2012

Little Purses

Thank you for all your comments about our Night of the Museums adventure!  Have you all booked up your flights to Düsseldorf for next year’s event???  I heard from a friend this week that some of the zoos around here do similar night-time events.  I’m sold!!!  I’ll be looking them up as soon as I’ve finished writing this post....

On to crafting.....  Last week, I was mostly making little purses.  I love making them!  They’re pretty quick, pretty easy, and just plain old pretty!

Here are a few of my favourites:






I just can’t seem to shake off my obsession with spotty fabrics!!!  Have you noticed???

Are you more diverse in the prints you use?  Or, like me, do you have a particular favourite?  Do you like spots too, or stripes, checks, florals, plains.....?

I’m looking forward to HEAPS of crafting this week.  We have Thursday and Friday off school – yippeeeeeee!!!!!

Hope you have a good (and crafty) week.....

Carly

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13 comments:

  1. My favourite colour is green, and I have a thing for Polka dots!!! So i love the first picture :)

    I do tend to wear a lot of polka dots, but with crafting I tend to go in phases, so spend a few weeks using polka dots, then a few weeks using stripes! Then try and use up the left overs!!

    Happy Thursday and Friday :) X

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  2. The blue spotty one is divine! I really love the labels with them - little touches like that make all the difference x

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  3. Oh my!!! ADORBABLE! I love them all; you are so good at pairing patterns and colors.. and picking the tags to go with them.. and the buttons! I think it's the simple shape that really makes it too!

    Enjoy your crafty days this week!!

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  4. Oh I know how you feel - I love pretty much most fabrics that are spotty. Lovely purses,

    Nina xxx

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  5. Spots and stripes are refreshing and pretty,love the blue one.Have a good week love Jill xx

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  6. Hello Carly...love your little purses...I love all kinds of fabrics too...but especially the vintage pictorial ones at the moment when I can find them...
    You do live in a very interesting place...night time events at the zoos too...Oh my!
    Hope you have a lovely week,
    Susan x

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  7. These are so delightful...I love your fabric choices. Happy new week.

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  8. Oh Carly those little purses are just so cute...and i'm with you on polka dots, just can't get enough of them! even my coat is red with white polka dots :o)
    have fun
    love jooles x

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  9. Those little purses are so gorgeous- you are so clever. I love your cute tags, too!
    I seem to have a thing about rainbow stripes. I am drawn to those bright colours wherever I go!
    Have a very happy 2 days crafting on your days off, my lovely!
    Xx

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  10. Hello sweet Carly, Your little purses are so pretty! You sew beautifully! I love spotty fabric too and florals! The tags you made are lovely as well. I am glad you will have lots of crafting time this week sweetie! I look forward to seeing what you make! Have a fun and good week! Love, Paula xo

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  11. Hello from sunny Spain,

    I am your very newest follower

    Those purses are gorgeous....I love all the different colours and fabrics. I am going to enjoy looking at all your makes and reading your posts, I already do!.

    Amanda :-)

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  12. LOVE the purses!! I wish I could sew that neatly!!!
    I definitely have a thing for polka dot and spotty fabric but my all-time fave is probably floral... But then they all go so well together don't they?... That's maybe why I adore patchwork so much!!!
    Happy crafting Carly
    xxx

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  13. Love those purses, I too can't get enough of spotty fabric, well any fabric actually, but especially spotty!

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Carly

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