Saturday, May 22, 2010

Let's get a jump start on Christmas gifts 2010


Last month I made an embroidery machine cover and with the leftover piece I made this handbag.
It is not very big but it will make a great Christmas gift for a teen.
I apologize that I do not have a tutorial but here is one if you need one.
Also the tutorial for the flower is here.

17 comments:

Bunny said...

Very cute nice job.

JustCindy said...

Very cute! The flower is a nice added touch.

Yvette said...

That is so cute! You are resourceful!

Terriaw said...

oh that is such a cute bag! what a wonderful gift. I admire that you're already thinking about Christmas gifts!

Cyndi said...

Very, very cute bag. Love the combination of fabrics. Anyone would be thrilled to get that as a Christmas gift!

XOXO,

Cyndi

Pat said...

That bag turned out really cute!

Barb said...

Wow, you are getting a jump on Christmas!!

Cardygirl said...

That is making me think of Christmas...thanks for the motivation...your bag is really cute.

Rhonda said...

You are so smart...I need to get back to making Christmas things!

Micki said...

Good idea to get a jump start on your Christmas gifts!
Micki

Tine said...

Such a cute bag! A jump start on Christmas gifts is a wonderful idea! I have been wanting to get started for a while, but time just seems to get away from me. Maybe this is the inspiration I need?!

Emi said...

-Hola, hace tiempo no paso por acá, este bolso está precioso, felicitaciones.

Very good.

Un abrazo fuerte desde COSTA RICA

Emi said...

-Hola, hace tiempo no paso por acá, este bolso está precioso, felicitaciones.

Very good.

Un abrazo fuerte desde COSTA RICA

Emi said...

-Hola, felicitaciones un bolso precioso.
Creo que ya te deje el mensaje pero no estoy segura.

Un abrazo fuerte Emi.Desde COSTA RICA.

Whimsical Tiger said...

You simply amaze me! You are so resourceful and full wonderful ideas. I am so lucky to have you as a mentor. Esta muy BELLO!!!

Quilt Hollow said...

Ca-UTE!!!!!

Mary on Lake Pulaski said...

Very cute bag! That Cotton Blossom fabric always catches my attention!