This fairy-themed bag was made with up-cycled placemats.
Well, the faux crox purple and black bag was not as fun to carry as expected, but a grand opportunity to determine flaws. Perhaps I will re-visit the design and try again in the future.
I made this little ditty instead and am carrying it now – a good way to advertise…comments while shopping – even men stop to read the comics, but no orders yet!
I made this bag with art the client provided.
This bag was made exclusively for a “bag-it!”, (a non-profit cancer organization), fund-raiser.
This is a variation of the ostrich vinyl tote for a friend’s client. After I finished this bag, I went shopping (read as researching) at a local mall. While cruising through the bag displays in a big box store, I overheard a woman say to her friend how much she really liked a certain designer’s bag but really disliked the gaudy logo/trinket…it was sooo tempting to offer to make her a bag that she could design and put her OWN initials on. Then there was a man looking for a bag for his mother. Again, I resisted temptation – besides I didn’t have a worthy sample on me or any business cards.
This was a custom order for a colleague’s mother.
This is a variation of the other ostrich vinyl totes. The father-to-be wanted functional picture-holder pockets for the kids’ art, hand and foot prints, and more.
Last minute addition was a changing pad to match!
This was a special request for a friend’s daughter; she was to have something custom that none of her friends could or would have.
A colleague wanted something special for his wife; this was our creation.