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Pesky Anni and the Photo Shoot

That's my sweet but pesky Anni trying to be helpful during my photo shoot. After a few minutes she got bored and decided to seek some excitement elsewhere. That was lucky for me because I wanted to finish photographing a couple of new handbags to add to the shop. 

I revised the design of my Semi-Circle Purse so now it has one strap, instead of two, which I think works better. The strap is one inch wide and sits comfortably on your shoulder. That's me above modeling the new design. 

This Semi-Circle purse is made from a pinwale cotton cord in a gorgeous springtime chartreuse color. The flower and leafed branch applique is made from ultrasuede.

It's lined with a fun cotton print fabric of cherry blossoms. Perfect for the spring! Come see my new bags available at the Pesky Cat Designs shop. :)

Comments

feyzadem said…
Hi Elisa...
Thanks your msg , and i am really s so happy :)))you are very kind of :)))

Your new bag is stunning again , I like your still , your work ...very cool ...
Good luck...

Sorry really I want write a lot of things but my english is not very good ...
But I am feeling your way , your still
see you
Feyza from lovely Paris..
Elisa said…
Thank you Feyza! You are so sweet!!! :)))))

I'm so glad that you are getting so many front pages and your work is getting a lot of attention. Your bags are beautiful!

All the best to you!
ArtMind said…
Ohh, Anni is sooo cute! I love her name too!
Your new bag is fab too - I especially love the lining fabric - so happy! :)
Happy weekend to you! :)
your cat is the sweetest!!
Rachel Follett said…
I love this bag and the inside is gorgeous! So cool and different!

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Wishing everyone a wonderful weekend ahead. Enjoy!

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