Thursday, 6 January 2011

Our Creative Space...


This week an embellished/ revamped bag. I love the braided straps of the bag but it needed some decoration as it was completly plain and boring.


Mum found this lovely vintage lace and I thought it would be fun to give it some red embroidered details, so instead of attaching the lace with a hidden stich it got embroidered by hand, I love how it turned out!


It also got brass feet at the bottom, a new zipper and a new lining with a yummy Gingham.
It will be available in our bagshop.


See more creative spaces at Kootoyoo's.

10 comments:

  1. What a great idea, the red embroidery. Beautiful to make it this way. Must have been a lot of hours making it this beautiful! Turned out to be a faboulous unique bag! Thanks for sharing.

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  2. I love the red embroidery on the white lace; great idea !!

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  3. I so like the red detail. Makes it feel optimistic and romantic at the same time. Great work!!

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  4. Stunning work, the red-cream-blue combination makes it look so mediterranean...

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  5. very beautiful star! I admired your patience:)

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  6. very beautiful star! I admired your patience:)

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  7. WooW! That's such a wonderful work! So subtle!

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  8. beautiful bag - I really love the red stitches, they look like blood :-)

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  9. I would like to give you the "Stylish Blogger Award" for your awesomely stylish blog! :)

    How this award works is that it's passed on from blogger to blogger, so I received the award from someone and I pass on the award to others. Part of this award is to write 7 things about yourself (on your blog post) and pass this award to 15 other recently discovered blogs you think deserves this award too.

    You can see my post and the link for the award here!
    http://lacravateduchien.blogspot.com/2011/01/stylish-blogger-award-thank-you-liana.html

    I wish you the best for 2011
    Dafni

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  10. Beautiful! I love how you have stitched with red in the lace. Much creative!

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