Thursday, May 6, 2010

OOAK ladies bags...



Having a long and late workday today, I spend the morning hours making ladies handbags...

23 comments:

  1. Oo what a beautyful little bags and
    perfume flacons!

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  2. You make so beautiful things :) And I love the glass "box" behind, it's fab!

    Ira

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  3. Beautiful - lovely colours and aged metal, it has a real romantic old-fashioned feel!
    Did you make the little box, too?

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  4. Oh, they are fab Annie! And the box is superb - what is it anyway?

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  5. Very pretty! I can't wait until you start the gypsy room!

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  6. Wow! So cute!!!

    the knitted one is delicious, and I like the cut of the leather ones!!

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  7. Boy, would I be happy if I had some percentage of your creativity??? Amazing and gorgeous!!!!!
    Synnøve :)

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  8. I love the black ones, the leather looks quite 'decadent' :)

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  9. Gorgeous and sooooooo right for your theme. The colour scheme is delicious.

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  10. OMG How much I love your style!! I love the colours, the shine, I feel as if I could smell them! They make me think of Huysmann. Great, Rosanna

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  11. They're so convincing, Annie, I really have to look more than twice! Love your colour scheme, as outlined in your previous post, too. Beautiful!

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  12. Pues sigue haciendolas, porque te quedan GENIAL!!!!!!
    besitos ascension

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  13. Overwhelmed by your comments. Just had an hours break before a few hours more work, and I´m totally blown away by your compliments. Thanks to all of you. The box behind is solederd brass and glass, I bought years ago in an etnic shop. I have a few more in other sizes and shapes. You can probably find similar at the fleamarket...

    The "black leather" are actually neither black nor leather. It is kind of a coated fabric - brownish/golden/shimmery...

    And now I´m off to an evening meeting... See Ya!

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  14. The caravan moves into the night. Moves from one place to another, leaving everywhere music and scents that come from far away and are lost. The woman asleep lulled by the rocking of the wagon. She danced for the entire day to the sound of tambourines, twirling skirts and ankle bells vibrate ...
    Asleep surrounded by all her perfumes and jewels, that do not add anything to her beauty.
    She has no name. For all is the Gypsy.

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  15. Hi Annie
    I lost the mandible again..stunnising pictures. I was thinking of "old times" when we bought some fabric-like bead-materials on a trip with my father. And we were selling purses om the marked in the Aarhus Festival week. I still have some of it. I might in fact make some purses out of it ;-)
    Love, Susanne

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  16. Flora... Beautiful words, makes me think of the gypsy movie "Gadjo Dilo"

    Sus...*lol*... I´m flattered! I still have some of those bead-ribbons we bought long time ago, when we went on a trip with your dad. Would love to see what you could make of it... I used to have a tiny beaded purse made of it. Wonder where did it go? Lost in forgotten times...
    Hugs Annie

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  17. Your little bags are simply fabulous! Wonderful styles and colours too. ;o)

    Michelle xx

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  18. These bags are sooo cute! You've done a fantastic job making them.

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  19. Such lovely boudoir items!
    Cynthia

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  20. Unos trabajos impecables, muy bonitos. Felicidades.
    Besos Carmen

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  21. Very stylish, I love them all!

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  22. Felicidades a las gasnadoras.
    Un beso Carmen

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