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Ok, so by the light of day I figured out a better solution to the new purse situation. I made another new bag along basically the same model as yesterday’s, but this one has practical features like being big and roomy, having pockets, and a snap closure. This is a zoo trip bag if I ever saw one! Instead of competing with my practical summer messenger, this one will supplement it, quickly packed with water bottles, snacks and other summer outing essentials. Yes, I’m killing time at this point, but it seems harmless enough to turn on-hand fabric (a damaged vintage tablecloth I found at a thrift store, in this case) into bags while I’m treading water, fair enough? And I’ll give yesterday’s cutie little bag to Shannon next time I see her, since she liked it. 😉
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About homemaderenata

I'm a homeschooling mother of three in Louisville, Kentucky. I love doing things for myself when I can, making things from scratch when it's fun, my family, my dog, and traveling. https://theresnoplacelikehomemade.com/

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  1. OMG! Thank You:) You could be the next Kate Spade…think how much one of your "early" pieces will be worth! Plus, you brought a smile to my face on this dreary, overcast day. We'll make a visit, when you're ready for some company. Gotta meet the new guy & catch up with D.

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