Monday, August 14, 2006

Emily's purse

This is the purse that Em made. Isn't it great? She just decided to do it and started cutting. I'd still be thinking about it! Everything was so straight from the second she cut it...then she didn't want to stop so she put all these great beads on it. We both just love it. Don't you?
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21 comments:

Pam Aries said...

Hey Lisa Froggy head! thanks for leaving a comment for me! If you want to make a spirit doll, Violette has the how-to on her tips page, I believe. If not ...go to www.creativity-portal.com She has it there. Yep. her sight has bee an inspiring Find! I have been on there for a year! You are gonna LOVE it! Pam Aries

Lisa said...

Thanks Pam! I already do and thanks for the link. :)

Emma said...

Very nice, Lisa. I love all the creativity going on at your place!

Emma

Hulda said...

I really like Emily's purse too! Lovely colours and design! Clever girl- and creative!

Amy said...

She did a great job! I'm looking forward to teaching my daughter to sew someday...

Shereen said...

Wow, she did do a great job, and everything is straight. I think the beads added a nice touch. Tell Emily it came out really nice.

Mrs.B. said...

Very pretty!!

Laura said...

decided to stop by for a visit to both your blogs...like'em ALOT, and those painted shoes waaaaaay down at the bottom...dadGUM they're cute. :o)

have a good one.

Meow said...

The purse is gorgeous, she did a great job. I love your ironing board cover, too ... the fabric is so cheery.
Have a great week.
Take care, Meow

Happymama said...

Definitely love it. That's a terrific little purse. Great job!

~Kristi

plainandsimple said...

Boho chic! Gorgeous!

Lisa said...

Emma, thanks. It's been a fun summer for crafting.

Hulda, thank you. She is very creative and artistic. I have lots of pictures she drew and painted for us when she was a little younger.

Amy, I think that would be the ultimate mother-daughter thing. :) I was surprised that Emily learned much of her sewing skills in home ec at school. At least they're still doing that! All I really did was show her how to thread this machine.

Shereen, I really liked the beads too. She would come in and say that she thought she had put on enough, "but I don't want to stopppp" lol I told her she could do something else when the purse was done. :)

Thanks Mrs. B. :)

Laura, LOL Glad you stopped by. Come on back now. :)

Thanks Meow. That's a good way to describe that fabric...cheery.

Thanks Kristi!

Thanks Plainandsimple!

I will pass all your comments on to Em or show them to her. It's always so nice to share things with people who appreciate it and get just as excited as you are. :) Thanks everyone!

Cindi said...

Oh Emily, I love that purse, I may have to make one similar. I knew I liked you when I met you. You are my kind of lady! Keep up the sewing!

Mrs.B. said...

Oh yeah, I forgot.....LOVE the ironing board cover too!

RANDI said...

Emily's purse is great! I like the nice, bright colors!

Kali said...

Hi Lisa ~ the bag is really sweet!
Thanks for your lovely comments on my blog, the are muchly appreciated. Also wanted to say that I'm glad that you enjoy visiting and that you find some inspiration from me. That is amazing...Glad you also enjoyed my Archives.
Take care dear girl...Kali xxx

Kjersti said...

Very nice purse! Lots of lovely colours.

Hulda said...

Did you recive my email for you? I just wonderd.

your said...

phentermine nice :)

Lisa said...

Cindi, she enjoyed that comment.

Thank you everyone for the nice comments about the purse. When I told her she had comments, she couldn't wait to read them. :)

Hulda, yes i did receive your email. I'm sorry I didn't let you know. I got some more things I had to edit and it's just been chaotic. I haven't been online as much as usual. I did enjoy your email and I'll write back when things calm down a bit.

I'll get back to answering comments one at a time too rather than a blanket thank you but, alas, not tonight. :) So, thank you everyone for your wonderful and kind comments. Each one means very much to me.

your said...

phentermine nice :)