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Bunches of Bags

Boutique and holiday season is upon us! I have two boutiques coming up- one at my Sister-in-Law’s and one with my sweet friend. I look forward to boutiques every season, I love visiting with people and seeing their reaction to the things I make. But, with all the fun comes a lot of hard work! If you’re going to sell stuff, you’ve gotta make stuff! (well, I have to make stuff- there are much smarter ladies out there who sell stuff other people make, which is probably a lot easier 😉 )

And so my latest installment of small totes. These are perfect for scriptures. I even made a little one for my baby to use trick or treating. (my oldest told me to stop making the baby new totes, but I can’t help it- she loves them! I think she has at least three now)
I tried some new flowers on these bags. I haven’t made the singed flowers for totes before, but I love the yellow with the striped fabric.

This flower is from a tutorial I found on Jones Design Company, here. I love how full it is! Anyway, here they are! I’m pretty happy with all of them. Now on to the next project!

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  • Swensgirl
    November 8, 2010 at 10:06 pm

    Love them Amy, your so talented! How did you find botiques to be in or did they find you? Have you opened your etsy store yet?

  • Amy
    November 9, 2010 at 2:40 am

    I am just doing the one with my sister-in-law for the first time. She and her mom import jewelry from Turkey and sell it. They've rounded up a few other vendors and we're going to wing it. The other is with a friend out in my neighborhood who has been making and selling jewelry for a few years. She invited me to be in her show a few years ago and lucky for me she still lets me come. I haven't opened my etsy store yet. I am still trying to get over my fear of shipping! ;P

  • Gwen @ Gwenny Penny
    November 9, 2010 at 3:27 am

    Wow! You have been sewing up a storm! I'd struggle to find time to make one of these, let alone a whole slew of them. Awesome! Good luck with the boutiques!