Okay, I'm at a client's house so I have access to a computer.
Well, unfortunately the last challenge only brought forth three entries.
It was really difficult to choose a winner, but I did promise to offer a prize this time, and I can't afford (I wish I could) to send prizes to all three.
So I decided to give Kara
the prize this time.
I am sending items that I think can be useful in purse-making: bodkins for lacing ribbons or elastic through casings, a marking pen, a magnetic clasp, and a purse-shaped cookie cutter (everyone needs a little sugar for energy).
is up on Flickr.
I want to thank all three of these ladies for offering continual support to this blog.
Okay, now for a new theme.
Let's try this one more time, shall we?
Tell all your friends--let's get some response this time, okay?
Summer is coming and we could all use some little beach bags, gym bags, or quick and easy projects.
The new theme is Tee Shirts!
Yep, recycle a tee or several tees into a bag.
And I don't mean simple squares--please try to think outside the box.
Send me a jpg of your bag to my email at barbian7(at)yahoo(dot)com.
You have until the end of June.
I will post a new gallery July 1.
For example, Smashley Bug
made this adorable bag from two shirts--the main bag portion is from a tee, and the handles are from a tank top.
It's a great way to memorialize a tee you have sentimental attachment to, but it no longer fits or it's worn in places.
I'll try to find more examples to inspire you.
Pfeffermint_ish has a great tutorial for her yellow bag
on Craftster that you might want to try.
And yes, I'll offer a prize to someone too--a tee from Threadless
Labels: gallery 6, project 7 ideas