I picked up this little baby at Valley Thrift and come on… Fossil, beads on the strap and zipper pull, the key is amazing; it’s all so adorable and classy. I am not leaving it there for $2.99. I know I used it at least once because the price tag is inside the bag, but I can’t remember when that was. So goodbye to thee, sweet baby. You are sooooo cute.
Woven bag that I use as a purse and a book bag. Here it’s loaded with books for church tomorrow. I’m doing the children’s sermon, and I can’t decide between the three books in the bag. I’m sure I’ll decide by tomorrow morning.
Back when Kaia was in 9-12 (grades 4-6) at Sands Montessori, we did a classroom sale of recycled products that the kids made. I worked with them on wallets made of chip bags – it was so fun, and challenging. I saw this bag at Goodwill and had to get it. But i’ve never used it, and now can remember it through this photo. Email me at firstname.lastname@example.org and it’s yours.
Here’s a cute bag from The Sak: a structured hobo in their traditional silky knit material, with woven leather handles. Makes a good shoulder bag or carry over your arm. Please email me at email@example.com if you’re interested in bag 11.
Every year for the past couple of years i’d put this bag into the giveaway, then take it back. This year, i put it in again and forgot why. Too late now, though, and it’s your gain. Convertible black purse from The Sak with woven leather handles. Wear crossbody or shoulder, or carry with the handles. Peace fabric lining. Modeled by my sweet angel Jaiya.
Email bag #2 to firstname.lastname@example.org if you’re interested.
Since my models went to bed without taking a photo, I’m offering up a sweet little woven purse from The Sak, just in time for Easter Sunday. This purse is light wheat in color with a clasp closure, and handles long enough for the shoulder or to carry on your arm. It’s the perfect spring purse – like carrying a basket, but softer and classier. Got it at Goodwill several years ago because I just can’t resist The Sak! I hope you enjoy it after emailing me at email@example.com.
Here I go again with another vintage woven bag. This J. Foss leather tote has a Western touch, yet has African beads hanging on leather cords. It’s a multi-ethnic bag that will hold your 11″ laptop, your real-print newspaper, and more. Throw in a baguette and you’re back in the early 2000s. Email me at firstname.lastname@example.org if you like this baby.
Look who’s back on modeling duty! Kaia worked hard and enjoyed Hawaii, but she’s glad to be home. Me too; i was getting hungry for some home cooking!