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Tuesday, January 31, 2017

Pinterest Pinchick Pick

I got the idea from Pinterest, and this is the second style of purse in my collection of three.
Call the "Half Moon Bag"

Here it is in use, she just got back from town buying flowers !

I sorry this is taking a while to post and have patterns almost ready but had to take family time and has delayed this.

I actually have another pick below that still need some work or refining my skills with  Resin :(

I found after several failed attempts, that mixing drops together and applying with tooth pick on one side of dried leaf setting on parchment paper was the best way to do this :)  

I had limited leafs because I thought of this after fall and had very little leaves to choose from :(
I was to ashamed to show the 4 other failed attempts. 

I did not create this beauty my friend Tiffany did and if you click on her name you will find her ETSY shop called Copperspindels  she just opened  this is just on of her beautiful items some day I really will do this too :)
 have a great week and blog you later
hugs from Carollyn

 

22 comments:

  1. Great purse and wonderful leaves!!! :)
    Neat tree!! :)

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  2. Thanks so much you covered them all :)

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  3. lovely bag, I like the handle too! thank you for your comment for the inner row, I can't figure it out now but your opinion is valuable

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  4. Oh thank you, I hope I could relay the words from my mind well enough on the typing word descriptions are very hard to understand and wish they thought of diagrams way back then, then you could understand no matter what language you spoke.

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  5. I love that little bag and the leaves after all you attempts look really good. I've never heard of Jewlry resin.

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  6. Thankyou, it is becoming very popular to cover things long ago I cover wood with decoupage but that was all people did with it. Not sure if I will do any more though

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  7. The little purse is adorable! If you ever make any more bunny shuttles, I would love to have one. Thanks for sharing you work!

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    1. Thanks contact me at tennbrown@gmail.com

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  8. The bag is sweet, and the handles genius! The resin has plenty of potential. Of course it's going to take a few failures to learn the technique, but by next Fall you'll be expert and have plenty of leaves to preserve.

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  9. I never thought of it that way thanks😄

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  10. Lovely bag, I love the way you did a little story saying she had gone shopping for flowers, great idea to show off the bag.
    I agree with Jane by the time of the next fall you will have the technical stuff out the way and you will be an expect and lots of leaves to play with.
    Lovely tree art.
    Glad you joined me with your Pinterest challenge.

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    1. I am glad too I really enjoy trying something new and hopefully others will catch on 💟

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  11. Such adorable works ♥ Love them all ♥♥

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  12. Thank you so much for stopping by😄

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  13. The handles are a brilliant finish to such a cute little bag ! Love your maple leaves, too. Can't see any blemish - they are gorgeous.

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  14. Rabbit Girl must be definitely delighted :)

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    1. She is and now has different bags to choose from🌹thankyou😄

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