Saturday, April 27, 2013
How To Make A Shoulder Bag From A Repurposed Stuffed Frog
My granddaughter, Erica, sends me photos of things she wants me to whip up in her color combinations-usually black, purple & lime green.
She has a black newsboy cap that I made for her a while back but a couple of months ago she saw one with a rose on it and with just a little different fit but she wanted purple, trimmed in her green but no rose please. She wanted a frog instead.
"Photo, please, Erica" and she was glad to oblige in just a few minutes to my Facebook page for me to go by.
"Frog, please" and this is also jumped onto my page:
This is the result:
Not exactly but as close as I could get and she likes it.
THEN-she calls with "Maammaaawww, I need a frog purse to go with my hat!!"
I probably would have attempted to crochet the frog purse but I was in the middle of my repurposing stuffed animal phase and had 3 little purses in progress from stuffed animals I had gotten at Goodwill some weeks before just for that project. Erica collects frogs so I told her I would fashion one for her and it would save me a lot of time and wonder of all wonders, she had one but-it had a rose on it and she didn't want a rose.
I just sent her frog shoulder bag to her today:
Of course, she won't be wearing it with red.
Here are some tips if you decide you or someone you know can't live without my genius fashion accessory:
and here are the first 3 little purses from stuffed animals I got at Goodwill because I don't have all those stuffed animals laying around anymore:
I hope you have fun with these
God bless you
check out my quick and easy designs @ http://www.craftsy.com/user/43851/pattern-store?_ct=fhevybu-ikrdql-fqjjuhdijehu
My "Sunbonnet Sue" baby quilt pattern. [Sunbonnet Sue and Overall Sam are enlarged to make a cute, striking quilt with one central figure]
Queen sized Dresden Plate