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Monday, April 05, 2010

Another Two Bags

Did you enjoy the holiday?  We planned our Easter Dinner, Big Bear ran some errands, and I stayed home, cleaned up the house, painted, and made a handbag and an eyeglass case. Easter Sunday we went to church, went to breakfast at Cracker Barrel, came home got comfortable, Sarah had her boyfriend over, the boys played outside, and I made another handbag.

 

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If you recall, a couple of weeks ago I made an Ava Bag for my sister-in-law, Marcela.  She loved it and showed it to her friends at Lexus of Palm Beach - where my brother, Mike works.  Next thing I knew I had 2 orders to make 2 more bags with an eyeglass case.  So, I told Janessa and Lauren to go to their favorite fabric store, purchase some fabric and send it to me.  They couldn't wait, so they went to JoAnns, bought some great fabric, and 2 days later I was making their handbags.

And here they are...

  

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Janessa chose a black & white floral fabric with green iridescent interior and trim.  She also opted for the eyeglass case with a pink ribbon trim.

 

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Lauren opted for a lovely Florida floral for both the interior and exterior of her bag. Tomorrow they will be shipped to Florida.  I hope they like their new bags and enjoy them too!  

So, I've got a good thing going on here.  Would you like me to make you this lovely bag too?  If so, email me at susan@raisin-toast.com.

April 9, 2010:

Nothing makes me happier than to know that something I have created, whether it be a painting or a purse, has made someone happy.  In this case, 2 great ladies that work with my brother, Mike, at Lexus of Palm Beach - Janessa and Lauren.  They received their purses today and sent me this picture:

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I think they look great!  Enjoy!  

 

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