I finally have a submission for the Celebrate Color contest. Just finished it up an hour ago, and I think it's pretty cute. The pattern was fun, easy to understand, and comes in two different sizes. I made the larger one, as I can't leave the house without half of what I own coming with me.
|Alexander Henry's new fall fabric "rivoli girl."|
|I lined the inside with Anna Maria Horner's "Framed" in oilcloth.|
|The pattern is Amy Butler's Frency Tote.|
It took me a while to cut into my fabric. I fell in love with the girls on Alexander Henry's new fall line, and couldn't decide which two girls I wanted to fussy cut. Trust me, it took way too long.
I also had to deal with a few distractions. But honestly, who doesn't want to dive into a jar of buttons and just play. Really? It's just me?
This is the first time in a while that we've been able to just relax. I'm loving it. After a very busy week at work (so very excited about my new library!), we are all happy to hunker down on this chilly, perfectly fall day.
|Gramma got the kiddos matching jammies... Love the look on her face.|
And...I ordered some custom tags from Gutentags. So fun! Totally worth checking out! I matched the font on my tags with the font I used in my blog header. Pretty tricky, right?