[...] Joann of Sushicheeks’s Blog is giving away two miniature bags, a Louis LOUIS VUITTON Epi SPEEDY an… (ring not included). How adorable would these stunning bags be as a designer brooch or hanging on a narrow satin ribbon or a lovely chain? Joann would like to introduce us to her charming new art felting and wants your feedback. We love encouraging new artists here and welcome Joann’s generous offering [...]
I think your purses are adorable and so cute…my favorites are: (1) purse ring pouch in blue(2) and purse ring pouch in pink and (3) YSL miniature muse in pink….I would use them either on hanging on a narrow silk/satin ribbon or as a brooch as I love brooches and wear one everyday. The miniature purses are really innovative and I predict will be a hit fashion item…I have not learned needle felting yet but am seriously thinking about learning how to do it and even purchasing me a needle felting machine…..I am also a crafter, quilter (all types, including crazy & landscape/art quilts, needleworker, crocheter, knitter and use recycled projects in new craft projects. I never throw any item away (just ask my adult children and grandchildren) if I can imagine decorating it and using them in a new way. I was making pin cushions out of bottle caps many, many years ago as well as making yo-yos long before they became popular…My garage and storage shed are packed with items waiting to be recycled into crafts….coffee cans, styrofoam small containers, small round cheese “tubs” (great for holding bobbins for certain projects, empty medicine bottles, lysol antiseptic wipe containers, large plastic dog food/cat food/littler container (perfect for garden fertilizer, plant food water, etc.) as I stated above, it’s amazing what people throw away that can easily be transformed into useful storage containers (saves the planet and also saves tons of money when you think about money spent on new storage containers for craft products)…thanks for letting me enter to win these adorable miniature bags…a fellow crafter….Marilynne Q in TN firstname.lastname@example.org
I love both of your designs as well as all your others. You have a very innovative produce here and I am looking forward to seeing many more.
I am a felter, both wet and needle, and fully appreciate the scope of what it takes to create with our beloved roving.
I have several rings ffrom my grandmother (Gramsie) and would love to have them so well tuckeed away in one of your lovely pieces.
All the best to you.
OMG! Your mini YSLs are positively divine! My personal fave is the Ombre, and if I could could get more than one, I’d get my sister the pink Muse. I Think that all of your wee bags are wonderful, and your attention to the tiny details is brilliant, and the pearl handles on the ring pouches are precious.Thanks for the opportunity.
These are so adorable I can hardly stand it! They’re all lovely, but prob’ly because Easter is so close, I’m drawn to the ring pouches – they remind me of Easter baskets. I envision the ring propped in a clutch of eggs which are nestled in Easter “grass” with a few stray strands/bits/tufts escaping over the sides…
These “nests” also would be adorable with chicks/bunnies peeking out over the top…
My imagination is going wild over these – I can see them in so many applications!
Obviously, I would love to win one – thanks for sharing your beautiful craft!
I don’t go for designer bags, so I’m not sure about such bags, but your creations are so cute and unusual! In fact, too cute to choose any favourite one – love every single one, each of them is unique and great!
What exquisite items- I love all the designs and the Ombre above all.. Congratulations on your innovative designs. Very chic. Felting is becoming ‘ the thing’ here ( UK) and I have been an addicted felter both wet and dry for many years