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Friday, 15 June 2012

Vintage Shabby for That's Crafty


I have to say vintage shabby is a favourite of mine and I used these gorgeous Justrite cling stamps to make a little shabby zipped purse. Yes I know it's another one but Hubby has decided I have a build of crafty makes so he is going to do a craft fayre later in the year and see if he can flog some of them LOL. So I thought I would make a few more of these type of things. As long as I don't have to stand on the stall as I hate trying to sell things, much rather browse round other stalls and buy stuff.



If you would like to know what stamps I used and how I made the purse please head over to That's Crafty for more details.

I'm entering this for

Simon Says Stamp and Show ~ Anything Goes
Craft Your Passion ~ Anything Goes
Brenda's Tuesday Treasures 

I thought I would share a few pictures I took the other evening. We live very close to a nature reserve and seeing it was one evening without rain we went for a stroll and I took these on my phone. It was more or less deserted there and so peaceful.





Hope you all have a lovely weekend. We are off to Devon next week so better pack our macs and wellies. Haven't been there for years so I can't wait for all those yummy cream teas and lots of walking on Dartmoor to try and compensate for all that clotted cream.

Take care & Happy Crafting XX


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21 comments:

Astrid Maclean said...

Another gorgeous make Paula! I happen to have those stamps and love them too!! They kind of really compliment the CI ones too I think....

What a supportive hubby you have! Mine just quietly indulges me but I cannot imagine in a hundred years that he would offer to sell some of my stuff.... Love your beautiful nature picks too and enjoy those cream teas lol, well and the walks of course. Hope the sun will shine a little for you!!

Lucy Edmondson said...

That is stunning! Your bags will definitely sell, and I'm not just saying that as I know it can be difficult to sell craft items but these have got so much appeal. How kind of hubby to stand on the stall for you - I would feel the same as you do,

Lucy x

P.S Perhaps you could come by for some refreshment on your Devon journey?

Deborah said...

They are sure to sell like hotcakes, Paula. Lovely!

florenceandfreddie said...

Hi Paula. Beautiful work as always. I don't know how you could part with any of your gorgeous creations. What an amazing place to live. Fabulous photos. Thanks for sharing. Have a lovely weekend. Enjoy your cream teas next week.
Regards Florence xx

Samantha Read said...

Another stunning bag. I'm sure you'll sell out!
Wishing you a dry, sunny and lovely time in Devon.
Hugs, Sam xxx

Ann B said...

I I only lived closer Paula I would be the first at the stall, would love to see your purses in 'real life'.
Enjoy Devon, a favourite holiday spot of ours, spent many happy hols in East Devon and on Exmoor (around Dulverton), and you never know, the sun may come out next week.

Candy C said...

Your vintage zipper purse is just beautiful. I really love everything about it. Beautiful colors, design and images. Also exquisite craftsmanship! Thanks for joining us at Simon Says Stamp and Show. <3 Candy

lynne said...

Paula
I will never tire of viewing your stamped purses as they are exquisite time and time again.
They will definitely sell, that is a give. Your hubby sounds as though he is such a lovely guy and so supportive of your artistic endeavours.
Wishes
Lynne

Brenda Brown said...

You've done it again Paula, another little purse that looks absolutely amazing and perfect for selling. The contrast of the background with the stamps and lace is gorgeous and it has that soft feminine appeal. Such a beautiful creation. Thanks for sharing it at Tuesday Treasures and linking the blog hop.
I would never have thought your photos were taken on your phone, the scenery is remarkably pretty and gives me a real sense of calm. Such a lovely place to explore.
Have a wonderful time away in Devon, I wish you time to relax and reflect and enjoy yourself.
hugs {brenda} xox

Sue said...

Very pretty Paula.

Netty said...

Beautiful make Paula, love it. Enjoy your holiday, Annette x

Dorthe said...

Dear Paula, your bag is so beautiful,
And so is your fantastic photoes-how stunning nature is.
Your bags will sell fast and be loved where they land.I`m sure.
I wish you a wonderful tour to Devon, I would love to be there too :-)

Dezinaworld said...

Hi Paula.
I just wanted to pop by and say hello as i dont get enough chances to do so. Thank you so much for your lovely comment on my blog too.
Hey i adore your gorgeous purse, you are so talented my friend. Also love your photo's of the nature reserve, its so beautiful, thanks for sharing
hugs June x

Daniele said...

another wonderful purse Paula, love the stamps and colouring. What wonderful photos
hugs

Silvia(Barnie) said...

Your purse looks fantastic, every details is really wonderful. Love it.

Valerie said...

Beautiful purse Paula, I love it! Give a shout out when you have your craft fair as it may be in easy reach as I live in Enfield:)
I would love to own one of your purses!
Val x

Redanne said...

Your purse is gorgeous and the stamps are wonderful. Love the photos too. Have a lovely holiday.

Shirl said...

Another stunning purse Paula who wouldn't want to buy one of these from hubby's craft stall they are so unique.

Can see why you loved your stroll.

Hugs Shirley x x

Sophie said...

Großartige Arbeiten.
Und weil ich das alles so schön finde, bin ich ab sofort dein Fan

Liebe Grü0e

May said...

I love to visit your blog Paula, I would love to make creations like this. you are such an inspiration.. Total beauty.. Have a good break.. Hugs May x x x

Fliss said...

Totally gorgeous creation Paula as always and love the pretty soft colours and lovely stamping.
Great photos too and hope you have a lovely time in Devon.
Hugs, Fliss xx