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Butterflies, Flowers and Aviary Inspirations


Yesterday's shop update included butterflies, birds and flowers. There's a variety of new bags available in different themes and styles. The tote bag above is made from a linen/rayon home decor fabric printed with gorgeous butterflies. The base of the bag is made from bonded leather, an upholstery textile made with 50% recycled leather.




I also added another Foldover Clutch made from a sweet woven cotton textile designed by Iman, the supermodel. It's been selling quite nicely thanks to a feature on Refinery 29.

In the next couple of weeks I'll be participating in an outdoor craft fair by the pier located in St. Augustine Beach. This week I'll be working in my studio on more nautical themes to have for the show. I often get compliments from folks around town when I am wearing my seahorse purse so I'll make sure to have a lot of those on hand.  I'll post more info about the fair soon. Wishing you all a great week!

Comments

Yael said…
This butterfly bag makes me want to fly! Just know I would be happy I could walk better! :-)
Esme said…
I love the butterfly material.

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