Hibiscus tote

I struck up a deal with one of my co-workers.  She makes beautiful beaded badge holders and sells them .  I really wanted one but didn’t want to buy (not something I really need right now and I’m house hunting at the moment).  Anyway, I decide to ask her to do a swap and she happily agreed.  This is what I made for her.  She is always wearing Hawaiian scrub tops so I thought a hibiscus flower would be perfect.  I’ll be taking it to work for her tomorrow.


The flower is freezer paper stencil of course.

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4 Responses to Hibiscus tote

  1. Leah Adams says:

    I love the combination of interior and exterior fabrics. It is beautiful. She should be pleased; seems like a great trade.

  2. moki says:

    I’ve decided that no one should look too closely at my freezer paper stencils…I think I’m sloppy. Yours on the other hand always turn out lovely!

  3. That is a lovely bag! That lining fabric is so pretty and I love the freezer paper stencil on the outside!

  4. Kelli says:

    I so wish you’d teach me how to do that stencil technique. I keep reading about it everywhere, but just haven’t taken the time to figure it out. Your beautiful bag is great motivation!

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