Finally, I have a minute to sit down and show you what I did with my finished flower.
But first, a little background story.
I'm not a purse person. I'm a shoe person. I could spend all day buying shoes and would love to have a million pair. But purses - nah. I'm a once a year purse shopper and that's just because I have to replace them when they start to get all crummy looking. So a few weeks ago, I happened into Kohl's to look at the purses - which were all on sale :) My last years purse was pretty crummy looking and had been for a couple of months.
I bought a new purse and a really cool wallet (on clearance) but the problem was the new wallet didn't have a pouch for change. No problem, I thought. I'll just have a look on etsy and buy a cute little change purse.
As I was looking, I thought to myself, "boy, what a great way to use up scrap fabric and you could embelish them in all kinds of cool ways." Then I thought, "Duh". And that's when I ordered purse frames.
Here is my first change purse:
I have all kinds of embellishment ideas and once I get my pattern perfected, I plan to start offering them in my shop.
Now you know what I did with that sweet flower :)