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New Corduroy Purses

I completed some new corduroy purses this week that I plan to add to the shop either later today or tomorrow. Weather conditions, being partly cloudy outside, are not optimal at the moment for photographing my purses in daylight. I prefer to photograph them using daylight  as I find the colors are most true to life. So I am at the mercy of mother nature concerning my photo shoot. I'll try to make the best of it and continue creating some more handbags in the meantime. Posted above from left to right is The Wayfarer Purse in Caramel Corduroy, The Nautical Wayfarer Purse in Deep Sea Blue Corduroy and The Wayfarer Purse in Autumn Spice Corduroy. 

Comments

ArtMind said…
Your new line of corduroy purses is lovely, Elisa! I love corduroy!
Laura Trevey said…
love the corduroy!!
Great weekend to you too ~~
Loddelina said…
Beautiful! Lovely colours, as always :)
Leslie said…
Hi Elisa, these are really lovely. I expect they'll be great sellers for you. Corduroy is yummy for fall! :-)

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