Oh my!! It didn't even look like an orange any more! You and Madison did an awesome job on the purses / bags! That is awesome that it can hold everything. Holding the water bottle is the best part! I get so tired of carrying it around! Can't wait to show Maddie your purses!
Dee Dee....You just think it's an ornge. No big deal.....I find those things at my desk all the time...Live a little, put a little pepper on it, eat it, wash it down with old coffee. And then give somebody a big kiss. Yummy!....Tom...
Look how handy you are..I couldn't sew those kinds of bags if my life depended on it! And eww to the orange in the purse, I hope I never come across anything like that because I WILL get sick!
Your new bags are beautiful. It reminds me of the saying about "making lemonade out of sour lemons" or in your case "making orange juice out of spolied oranges". At least something good came of it . . .
I love the purses you made! Alex got a similar bag/backpack at his college orientation a couple of weekends ago and it did come in handy for all of us. I love the fabrics you had on hand to make them. Now...don't go putting any oranges in there!Jane
Love the purses, no tutorial??
What a nice gift you recieved. Great picture of Madison's reflection.Your bags are really nice. But what I liked about them is that you and Madison sewed them together! That is just awesome.Sounds like summer is going just dandy, over there in Ohio.
Dee Dee,That is priceless, I haven't laughed that hard in a while ;) I love what you created, they are both Fabulous hand bags!What a beautiful hand held mirror you received, that is truly beautiful!!!
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