Saturday, April 11, 2009

Easter Sunday Felted Tote

I came across a great tutorial by this fabulous designer and knew the minute I saw it that I wanted to make two - one for Sydney and Daphne. I try to pick up wool sweaters when thrifting - only when they're cheap and I just happened to have a pink one waiting to be felted. Perfect! It's a darling bag that'll hold their gloves and lip gloss at church and later, when they are hunting for eggs won't it make the cutest basket!? I went through my vintage button stash and found some pretty rhinestone ones to add some sparkle too. I wish you all a very blessed Easter celebrating the resurrection of our Savior!!


June said...

These are absolutly lovely. I bet your girls are delighted. What a fine mom.

Sandra said...

Omgosh! Those are pretty!!!I bet your girls really liked them! You're a good mommy!:)
Have a wonderful Easter!:)

vintage girl at heart said...

These are so lovely, you are so creative and talented!!!
May you have a Blessed Easter!!!
Thanks again for my wonderful Easter Bunny!!!

Anonymous said...

Karoline, you have outdone yourself AGAIN! That is so cute! I want one for my lipstick for church!

Unknown said...

That bag is absolutely darling! You did a beautiful job on it.

The chocolate covered strawberries look delicious in your previous post! Yummy!

That fabric rug you made is absolutely darling! You are one multi-talented gal!

Happy Easter to you and yours! :)

Lisa Johnson said...

Love your felted tote. Simply too adorable. Wishing you and your lovely family a very happy Easter.


Miss Gracie's House said...

Those are just too cute! And the strawberries...yummy! I went back a page (to get caught up) and saw the little table you re-did! It turned out very nice...I have a thing for little tables, too. I got it from my grandmother-she could always fit in just 1 more:)
Easter blessings...He is risen!

Recycled Rita said...

These are just the most darling little purses/baskets! I love them!

KatCollects said...

So pretty and unique, I love them.

Cheryl said...

How adorable! Your creativity never ceases to amaze me! Can't wait to see what's in store for the spring! Keep up the lovely work! Hugs, Cheryl :)