Added Mar 14, 2013
Penticton , Canada
I had a bag for work & then it ripped. I could not throw away the part of the bag that was still good, so I made some flower pins. I also took the image and used it as an appliqu e ontop of a black & white cotton fabric. It works well for taking my snacks and water bottle to and from work.
I cherish the upcycled materials as the original bag was a gift from my mom.
Flower pin is from fleece fun .com – such a fun site! Lining is in cotton.
recycled materials from a tote bag. I used the handles because they were still good. Made a flower pin.
No need to go outside… spend the morning in dolled up in this collection of vintage style pajamas.
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