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Summer Purses


Sunny yellow mustard.


 Honeysuckle pink.


Teal blue.


Honey Mustard.


Cherry red.


Lots of new summer purses are now available in the Pesky Cat Designs shop!

Comments

Your shop looks so fresh and inviting, Elisa. I love the photo of you on the path to the beach!
Annie Bear said…
I too love that photo of you on that path.

These colors are so pretty! They're such summer colors yet unique.

I really need to get a planter or something bigger for Annie's cat grass. I saw on your blog that you had a big planter, at least at one time, for your Anni. How fun it must have been to shop at the Union Square Farmer's Market. When we lived in PA, we would take the train to NYC a few times a year. What a great place!!

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