Saturday, July 31, 2010

Dolly Bag

My lovely blogging friend Terry very kindly sent me the PDF download for this little bag and I couldn't resist having a go. The 1st one I made has already gone to a swap partner so I have made a slightly different one here to enter a few challenges.
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Fab 'n' Funky challenges are asking for buttons and bows on your creation.
Anything Goes are asking for Punches. The flowers are punched from card.
The Shabby Tea room are asking for one ribbon. two buttons,and three punches or dies.
(There are two different flowers punched and the tag is a Sizzix die that I have been having fun with. Q.Do you know how many tags you can get from old birthday/christmas cards?
A. 100's!!!!)

12 comments:

  1. What a sweet little bag! Love the pink and your layered flowers are wonderful with their button centers. Cute tag die cut, too. Thanks for joining us this week at TSTR.

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  2. Awwww... such an adorable dolly bag!! Sweet color & really nice flowers! =)

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  3. That's really cute - so pretty !

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  4. Too cute! Love the layered flowers and buttons! Thanks so much for joining us this week at TSTR! :)

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  5. Oh how gorgeous is that bag, Mrs. A. I really like how you adorned it - very creative! :-)

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  6. I hate making things like this, my seams never meet! This one is a little cutie and I didn't get a preview! Pah! I got rights you know! xxx

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  7. What a sweet little layered project!! So cute! Thanks for sharing with us in the Tea Room :)

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  8. Super bag! Good luck with our challenge! xx Jenny xx (Fab'n'Funky DT)

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  9. Your bag is gorgeous, so adorable. Thanks for joining us at AG

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  10. OMG! This is even nicer than my Radley! I hope you have a cabinet dedicated to these treasures! Thanks for joining us at Fab and Funky this week xx
    ps. Faye has RIGHTS you know!!

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  11. That is such a great little bag.

    (I always keep my Christmas cards until the following year and make them into tags for pressies)

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