Thursday, January 19, 2012

My Latest Batch of Inspiration

I'm in that time of year where I get to focus on new designs. I love the process of finding inspiration, and then playing and working to create something new for my handbag line! I am working on some great new products to reveal, but I'll be honest. It will be a while before you get to see them! I'm still filling orders that continue to come in {thank you, by the way!} and my Etsy shop is keeping me on my toes. So my post today will simply be a few things I found on pintrest that are inspiring me right now, which might give you some clues as to what I'm working on. Hint, hint!

marc lebihan dress.tumbertom.  shirring & pleats as their horizontal best.Ted Baker Frill Neckline and Hem Party Dress                                                                        £130.00NOW £104.00                                                                               Sleeveless mini dress by Ted Baker. Featuring a frilled round neckline, cut-away racer styling, fine gathered pleats to the front, a layered ruffled hem and a keyhole opening to the reverse with a tie fastening to the neck, in a chiffon finish with a semi-sheer overlay.ruffles!
Pinned ImagerufflesLove the rufflesLeather Bows
...and I want to build on this design I did earlier :)

So, I'll be busy, but hopefully I'll have a fresh new batch of bags to show off very soon. Thanks for checking out my inspirations. So tell me....What inspires you????

5 comments:

  1. That bag is simply stunning! I don't know how you did it, but that is one of the best looking leather bags that I have ever seen. Great job, Angie!

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    1. Awww, you are too sweet! I'm really excited to make more, but I have to finish up on orders first. It's a good problem to have though, right???? LOL!

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  3. That looks beautiful! Ive always wanted to sew in leather.....maybe down the road. Cant wait to see more of your stuff!

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    1. Thanks so much, you are so kind :) I can't wait to check out your site...thanks for stopping by. Also, keep watching, I will post some of the unconventional tips I've figured out when sewing with leather. Hopefully in the not so distant future ;)

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