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Four New Purses!






I added four new purses to the Pesky Cat Designs shop today. More to come next week!

Comments

Bev said…
Just beautiful! You should take them to market and get a lot of orders and have them manufactured and become rich and famous .... Or maybe you are already rich and famous. I love your bags.
Im really liking the new additions to you etsy shop - especially the Wayfarer purse!
Thea said…
Nice colours. Please contact me with your details as you won my blog giveaway! thea[at]thea-sami[dot]com[dot]au
Bev- Thanks for the lovely dream. One day I would love to be able to make a living from my designs!

Creative Arty Facts- Thanks for visiting and for your sweet comment!

Thea- Woo hoo! I won! Can't wait to receive my fabric.

If you haven't seen Thea's gorgeous screen-printed fabrics you must check them out!
http://theaandsami.blogspot.com/
Loddelina said…
I love your new shoulder bag design and the lovely grey harris tweed looks so elegant with the cream applique!
Anya said…
Unique bags
I love the colors :-)

Have a wonderful weekend
Hugs Kareltje =^.^=
Anya :-)
I think you should have titled this entry "Four New Gorgeous Purses" because they are! Nicely done. I love the orange corduroy and the amazing buttons.
Esme said…
These are gorgeous-the colors are really beautiful.
alissa said…
ooo love the shape of the second one! great colors
hope you're having a wonderful weekend my dear
Unknown said…
These new purses are beautiful! I love the shape, the fabrics you used, the colors and trim. So lovely! You have a fantastic eye and great taste!

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