Tuesday, August 31, 2010

Blue

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Is the colour of the Ribbon Rose Bag I chose to giveaway, so that means out of the 2 people who chose this colour the winner is…

ERIN

Congratulations! Please email me via the ‘Contact Us’ button on the sidebar so I can pop it in the post to your place – Enjoy. I am also going to send a runner up prize to TJ, she will be receiving one of my Roll Up Shopping Bags.

More Book Depository finds

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I have been a huge fan of Lisa Lam of U-handbag for quite a while. She has some excellent bag patterns and great ‘how to’ tutorials on her blog. So when she wrote about publishing a book, I knew I wanted to get my hands on a copy. Here are a few pics

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If you are only going to buy one bag making book, this would be a great resource to own. It is full of techniques, tips, patterns and great photography.

I am making some children's PVC bags to match some of the gorgeous Boutique Toddler Clothing by Anna of Gooseberry Bush Kidz.

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She will be having a market stall at the Kalamunda Kids, Children’s and Families Expo on Friday 10th September 9am-12 noon @ Hartfield Park Rec Centre, Hale Road, Forrestfield.

15 sleeps till Melbourne, and counting…

With Love

Janellebelly2a

5 comments:

Krafty KJ said...

Looks like a good book - I might just look that one up and add it to my very long wish list at the book depository! 10 sleeps - not long now!!

suzitee said...

How fast is your trip to Melbourne coming around? Wow...wish I was coming :(
The Book Depository is a very dangerous place!

Erin said...

YEA!! Im SO excited! I love these bags!!

Jo said...

Hi Janelle!!
Finally got to see you fantastic blog, after Anna posted the link on Facebook (my daughter got to the note you wrote before I did!!). Absolutely LOVE everything, beautiful work!!
Jo from Joallie Petit xo

Taylor Made said...

Hey thanks for your inspiration on Wed...Thanks for sharing your family with us...thanks also for inspiring me to keep playing around with fabrics....