Monday, September 8, 2014

You can Never have too many Purses

It seems I never have the right gift bag for the occasion.  So I thought I would make a few so that I am not giving out just plain bags.   This one took a while to put together and I like how it turned out.  I restricted myself and didn't add too much bling.   The wording was cut using Kates ABCs, as well as the middle purse.  The first and third purse were cut with Forever Young.  The background paper is from DCWV - Ciao Bella Stack.

Diana, of DLArt, is our hostess this week at BBTB2.  She got a little girly on us and challenged us to create a Cricut project using a 'purse die cut'.   I had been wanting to make something feminine for a while.  Link up your 'purse' to our BBTB2 blog this week, there are sure to be lots of fancy purses to choose from!


  1. I love this bag !!! That is such a true sentiment, lol !! The purses you used are beautiful !!! ! I hope you have a wonderful day !!

  2. I am loving this bag Maureen! Being the only girl in the house, I just love anything girly. lol Although I'm not good at girly, still love it though. This bag is perfect for the girl/woman in your life. I love the purses-you did a fabulous job with them and I love the sentiment on this bag. It's a great bag for that special gift to that special girl/woman. Hugs, Brenda

  3. It was fun to do a girly project, I agree. This is such an awesome gift bag. I love all the fabulous purses on the bag! The papers are so pretty.

  4. Fabulous bag Maureen!! I love the purses and sentiment that you used!! :)

  5. So pretty! I never get to make any girly gift bags, since my life is full of boys. I LOVE the sentiment, and that is EXACTLY how I feel about purses, lol! Love the cute purses you added to the gift bag! To answer your question as to the location of my pics on my layout for this challenge, they were taken in Grand Lake, Colorado, which is on the western side of Rocky Mountain National Park. Have a fabulous week!