Friday, June 24, 2011

Whip Cream Ruffles Tote


I made this tote from those incredible bags you can buy at Hobby Lobby! I love those. I don't have a professional sewing machine that can sew though such thick material, so these are perfect for me. I just add my girlie girl touches and voila!
I'm still obsessed with ruffles. I put them in the front and back of the bag. They are made of super soft antiqued cotton.
I lined the bag with "Darla" fabric by Tanya Whelan. Doesn't that look romantic?
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11 comments:

  1. You are so talented! I have your little yellow FL house in my Etsy faves and I want it sooo badly. I check all the time to see if it's sold until I can buy it:)

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  2. Hi Caroline, Your purse is adorable and I love your house from the previous post. All of the detail. It just amazes me to watch your houses progress from being to end. Have a wonderful weekend. Your Missouri Friend.

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  3. love it and the shoes too :)

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  4. Morning Caroline,
    That bag is darling!! So so cute!
    You just never cease to amaze me
    girly!!

    Sweet!
    Have a great weekend hon,
    blessings, Nellie

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  5. sew sweet! i LOVE tanya whelan's lines. i also love those wedges ;)

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  6. Wow! How fun is that!!! I love the ruffles too, and the fabric you put inside. Gorgeous!
    Hugs,
    Terri

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  7. El bolso es precioso y con esas sandalias queda fantastico.
    besitos ascension

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  8. Hi Caroline! I'm glad you popped in today. Your purse is too cute
    Thanks for the compliment..I just wished I'd sell more. I thought with this post I could show what goes into creating one of my creations. Hopwfully some will see it and order.

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  9. It's gorgeous!! Love everything about it :)

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  10. Me encantan sus bolsos, y todo lo que hace!! Es muy original y bello, los colores y telas todo muy bien escogido y exclusivo. Felicidades, siga adelante creando maravillas. Un saludo. Maika

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