Wednesday, December 9, 2020

Introducing The Weekender Handbag - My Latest Collaboration With Concord & 9th!

Today is the December Release for Concord & 9th and my newest collaboration ... 
is available today!
I'm very excited to introduce it to you!!

Pretty cute, don't you think??  This one has been so much fun to make because it is a little larger (see video) and has the most adorable add on die - Bright Eyes!  


This handbag has fun accessories like a key and padlock, a stitched heart, larger jump rings and is made so all the accessories pieces from the Everyday Purse Bundle are all interchangeable.  
The sentiments all fit on the same strip shaped die which is new and unique.

This handbag is made with Sorbet and Grapefruit cardstocks.  
The glasses are gold sparkly paper from the Neutrals Glitter Paper Pack.
The key is from the Neutrals Foil Paper Pack.
The stamped pattern is the Woven Plaid Background Stamp.

This handbag is made with Midnight and Wheat cardstocks.  
The glasses are white sparkly paper from the Neutrals Glitter Paper Pack.
The stamped pattern is the Woven Plaid Background Stamp

This handbag is made with Stardust cardstock.  
The glasses are black sparkly paper from the Neutrals Glitter Paper Pack.
The stamped pattern is the Woven Plaid Background Stamp

The sunglasses are an add on purchase and have a coordinating stamp set.

I hope you love this as much as I do!  It's being release just in time for all your holiday gift packaging or gift giving to the crafty person in your life!  
I have holiday packaging to show you on Friday.

There are other products in the December Release, so be sure to head over to the Concord & 9th store to see them all.  
I will be showing them all month long here as well as more Weekender Handbag ideas.

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  1. Just the best... love the size and the cool shades. Great job!

  2. I have loved your cards and handbags ever since I started following you back when...I think it must have been 10-15 years of the first was a Christmas photo of your son getting a TV for Christmas. WOW! That was a long time ago! Still have my patterns and tutorials from back when...all the dies do it make it easier cause my hands don't work as well now days! Thanks for sharing all your awesome makes.