April 15, 2010

You Yo-Yo

 i heart this bag.
My Momma made it.
But seriously.
If I keep one more bag, or obtain one more purse,
I will be able to open up
my own Purse Shop.

The Yo Yo's are my favorite part of this bag.
And I love how Mom lined it ...
so you get the Yo Yo effect but don't have
to deal with important items falling
through the Yo Yo holes.



Plus, it looks really cute when you wear it.
{this picture makes me sad, I loved that sweater-
I recently washed it and it shrunk like 2 sizes.]

I digress.
You may support my Momma's shop
by showing her some love here.

7 comments:

  1. I have to laugh. The bag is SO CUTE! I'm laughing because we have the same issue with the mother/daughter thing. Does your mother threaten to put a lock on her studio door? I sure have. Every time I make something she cries, "Oooh! Can I have it?"

    And thanks for the tip link!

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  2. Those look like scrungies, how cool.

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  3. Sooo cute! I remember yo-yo's. I think we called them something else, but my grandma made me a whole quilt out of them when I was little!

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  4. Oh my gosh!! I HAD to have it! That bag is ME! If ever someone made a bag/purse that was ALL me, this is it.....so sorry that I snagged it up so early! Thanks soooo much!!

    Warmly,
    Leslie

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  5. Oh my goodness, I love it! It reminds me of my childhood and reading books in the sun and going garage sale hunting with family in the summer. Adorable!

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  6. super cute mama tote :)
    sorry to hear about the loss of your comfy sweater. I never seem to learn this lesson either.

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  7. hmmm... wonder if she may be making more of these? It is quite awesome!!!
    I always loved the yo-yo blankets on my great-grandmother's bed, and never got one (have plenty of knitted blankets though). I used to love laying on the blankets and just running my fingers over the yo-yo's and sticking my fingers in them... They always smelled like her perfume too! Ahhh, the memories...

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