Monday, October 4, 2010

Ladies handbag...


Yesterday I found a tutorial on how to make these ladies handbags. I'll tell you, they are very easy to make... They are made from an item, you've probably allready has in you house or in the office...
The tutorial is from a danish online miniature magazine. Choose latest issue nr 9. Page 7 and 8.
Click here to go to Mini 1:12 magazine. Browse the magazines. You'll probably find other interesting DIY stuff

19 comments:

  1. Thanks for the tip, Annie, great bags!
    Love, Susanne

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  2. Great bags, and great idea!!!
    Hugs

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  3. Funny how tiny things like that can be great ;0) Looking forward to see, what you folks can make out of it...

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  4. ooooooo how cute!! and heaps of great stuff on that site!! thanks for the link :D Linda x

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  5. Great bags and very good idea. Thank you for the link

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  6. I also thought of making handbags but do not know how. Thanks for the advice

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  7. These little handbags are quite popular and so easy to make! I've seen them coverd with leather and have chains for handles andmany other styles. Who ever it was who figured this out in the first place was very clever indeed!

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  8. Me encantan las telas que has escogido para decorarlos, queda genial! Un beso

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  9. Annie! The bags are gorgeous♥
    Thanks for the tip.
    Gr,piikko

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  10. Wow great bags. I have a bag full of these I wasn't sure what to do with. Now I do:-)

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  11. That is such a brilliant idea.

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  12. These are so clever! Thank you for sharing :~) I saw these clips today in bright colours, so you could have some gorgeous modern bags if that was your fancy.

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  13. Paper clips, who would have guessed. They look really good, I might have to try one too.

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  14. I never would have thought of that! Very clever idea, thanks for sharing :)

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  15. hello
    Just found your blog - it is beautiful! Love the link to the mini 1:12 magazine, wish I could speak Danish and understand it!

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