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Colleen Sharpe Bags Go International! :D

My mother was here visiting me from the States last fall.  I gave her a bunch of bags to take home with her, as she had offered to try to sell some of them in her region of the world.  A few months ago she sent me this photo of a happy-looking customer holding her newly-purchased leather wristlet!  I had made several of these (scroll to second photo) a couple of years ago from upcycled suede leather clothing.  It was fun to see this lady holding hers!

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Happy Customer with Suede Leather Wristlet and Wool and Silk Flower

A few weeks ago I received an e-mail from a friend, Ann, whose sister, Becky, had bought a bag for herself (and had taken it to Costa Rica) and one for their sister, Carol, as a Christmas gift last year.  Carol sent Ann some photos of her bag with her in Mexico, and Ann forwarded the photos to me.  Of course I just HAD to obtain permission to use the photos to show you a happy gift-receiver (permission was granted, yay!)!  Below is Carol, boarding a boat in sunny Cozumel, Mexico, wearing her sunny yellow bag made by me!!  Doesn’t it look great against her blue shirt?!?!?

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Customer Wearing Her Yellow Batik Bag on Snorkeling Expedition in Cozumel Mexico
Here’s the sunny yellow batik bag on the boat which was bound for a snorkeling expedition – you can see the reverse fabric in the strap – the reverse fabric is a gorgeous pink tulip vintage sheet fabric:

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Yellow Batik Bag With Pink Flower on Snorkeling Expedition in Cozumel Mexico
And here’s Carol again with her sunny bag in the sunny Tulum Ruins in Mexico:

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Customer Wearing Her Yellow Batik Bag Near Tulum Ruins in Mexico
And the sunny yellow batik bag resting at a beach by the Tulum Ruins on the Caribbean Sea:

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Yellow Batik Bag with Pink Flower Near Caribbean Sea in Mexico
These bags are made for being out and about – they fit comfortably across the body, and they hold essentials for day trips.  It pleases me to see that people are pleased with my creations!  (and I hear that Carol may take her bag on her next trip – to Italy!)

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