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CBS Sunday Morning News

CBS Sunday Morning News is doing a feature on America's handmade economy and some of my handbags will be featured on the show this Sunday, March 29th!
I got the call from the producers of the show today asking me to bring some of my handbags to the CBS studios in New York. My bags will be displayed on the set along with other designers' handmade items. Mo Rocco will be interviewing the founder of Etsy.com, Rob Kalin, and also Martha Stewart and DIY clothing designer R. Mackswell Sherman.
Check out the CBS website to find out what station in your area carries "CBS Sunday Morning News" and what time it airs. I think it's going to be a great show!


Comments

Oh Elisa, that is such good news. Congratulations, you deserve it. I am so excited for you.
Leslie Doughty said…
This is fabulous news! I'll be sure to watch - I am so happy for you. Hopefully this will boost your economy :-)
Bev said…
Awesome! Congrats! Your bags are gorgeous--no wonder they picked you!
by MelMalard said…
so creative and style :P
feyzadem said…
Congrats dear Elisa , super nice news !

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