Hi y’all!! I thought I would share how I made the wings for Miss G’s Tinkerbell costume. I used this to make fairy wings, but you could use this method to make any type of wings you needed and to attach them to any costume. Miss G doesn’t like the wings that have the elastic that goes around your arms, so I had to come up with something else. Continue reading
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****I am so excited to be participating in my very first blog tour. I just have to say this bag is so great. I haven’t seen another bag that is like this one. It is 4 bags in one and can give you so many options. I want to take a minute to thank Sarah over at Cozy Nest Designs for designing a great bag pattern and also for putting together such an awesome blog hop. Make sure to check out all the other bags that have been featured this week. Also don’t forget to enter the fantastic giveaway that Sarah has put together and pick up your discount code below. The rafflecopter and the links are below.
I am including this as part of my Back to School week because I think it would be perfect for a Middle or High Schooler. It is big enough to hold a notebook, a small book and pens. Your High School or middle School girl could carry this to school during the day as a Crossbody bag. When they are going out at night they can convert it and be ready with a bag for their essentials.
I made my bag in anticipation of our upcoming Disney trip. I wanted something compact and cute. This bag fits the bill. I love the fact that I can use it as a bigger Crossbody bag during the day and then I can fold it down when we go out to dinner.
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You can use the code BAGTOUR25 for a 25% discount on the pattern. Here is where you can buy the pattern.
Make sure to go and check out all the other wonderful bags.