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Yael said…
Lovely Elisa!
Pretty woman with wonderful bags!! :-)
Thea said…
What a great idea and lovely model! x
Kitty Stampede said…
you are so talented. so cool to see your designs in the video flesh..lol.
i cannot wait to own one someday. XOOOX I will not buy another purse until I own one. I promise. I really, really want one. I'm the sole income earner right now as my husband just graduated school so once we're back on our feet, one will be mine. mwahahahahaha.

i always look forward to seeing your latest beauties.
Loddelina said…
Brava!
It is so nice to see your bags "in motion"!
IKABAGS said…
Yay for wonderful video with you and your work :)

Cheers from Paris madame :)
Sandrine said…
This is great Elisa,the music is beautiful as well as the lot!
The beach looks like my kind of beach with lots and lots of room :)and the perfect weather.Well done!x
I have to give all the credit to Tom, my significant other, who always volunteers to do all my model shoots. He filmed, edited, picked out the music and created this lovely video for me! He is the best!

Believe it or not, he filmed it all just using my small digital camera!
Anonymous said…
So fantastic and wonderful work as always!
That was great! It's so nice to see the video rather than a flat picture...gives your bags so much more depth!
Kitty Stampede said…
hey you! haha...i don't expect a discount at all, don't even think about it. I think you deserve every penny for your hard work!! :)

Have a Great Rest of your week!!!
Thank you Kitty Stampede for featuring my work on your super cool blog! You must check out Kitty Stampede's blog. There you will find the sweetest, cutest and funniest kitties in the world plus lots more! http://www.kittystampede.com/
My Mad World said…
Very gorgeous bags!! Love them! You do excellent work!!

I am not sure why I never got a notification of your comment, but I wanted to say thanks! I didn't know if you would come back and read the reply or not.
I love that suggestion! My niece was an Egyptian Princess and my daughter and I just got done watching the story of Esther, on Veggie Tales and regular, so I told her she was like Esther. So maybe I could do something along those lines too. Angels or biblical characters!
Thanks again for stopping by!

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