12.11.08

This girl is the cutest.

(From Face Hunter)

I love her bag, in all its wood handled, carpet baggy glory. It has set me off a-scourin' eBay for something similar, which is so silly! I am not fond of purses that I cannot wear on my shoulder. I don't know about you, but when I have to carry my purses in my hand, I always transfer them to the crook of my arm. I can guarantee that later that same day, I will be moaning about how my arm hurts. I still love the doily bag I made, and I recently acquired this exact bag from eBay (a total impulse! It was $3.99! I bid and instantly regretted it! The bag is cute, though). I do not need any more bags of this sort.

The girl below (also from Face Hunter, also from summertime Australia) has inspired me to hunt down some mustard-coloured fabric. The little bow is the sweetest. I wish I could see what book she is reading!

5 comments:

  1. haha i thought the same thing when i looked at the second photo - oooh whats that book? i always find myself looking at the "wrong" things in a picture, but i think its quirky :)

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  2. ha ha! I always do that too! sometimes my elbow locks in that 90 degree Barbie arm angle!

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  3. i think that first girl is emily browning, she is an actress. she's so cute.
    my grandmother had a bag just like that! i used to carry around all of my toys in it, i loved it so much.

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  4. Yes, I totally know what you mean about bags not being on your shoulder. Just not as convenient either but so cute at the same time. Ah, the dilemma.

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  5. katrina's right, it is emily browning, I see her around Melbourne all the time at concerts etc. And as a matter of fact I wanted Lemony Snickets like 3 days ago.

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