Monday, November 5, 2012

My Day to be UR Priceless!

Welcome to Day 2 of the
U R Priceless Blog Hop...
 
A huge thank you to Katherine for
organizing all of us bloggers for the
hop and a wonderful and grateful
thank you to Madame Samm for
the adorable pattern for which
we are all sharing during this
hop.  Thank you!
 
I do happen to be on the
schedule today ... and I actually
have a few in the hopper to share
with you all ...
I actually have more that are still
on the cutting table, but I'm not
sharing those :) ... betch're glad, eh?
{grin}
 
First up, are my little monsters ...
no! not my daughters ... at least not today!
but in their honor, I share with you these:
 
Okay ... I have to admit ... I ADORE the monsters!
They fit my sense of humor and sense of fun ...
I can't hardly resist anything that goofy
to make me smile :)
 
Next, I chose some material left over from
a quilt I've been working on ... front side:
 
 
and backside.... I used invisible thread attaching
the handle and it blends real nicely with the
silver of the handle...
 
For the last share I have for you today,
I chose something a bit more sophisticated ...
yes, I actually do know how to spin
a bit of sophisication when I have to!
 
Again, left over materials from other projects.
 
I hope to share with you the rest when I
get them completed ... and complete them
I will ... gift giving season is right around the
the corner and these are wonderful gift items
I'd say!
 
Thank you so much for visiting with me today.
Please be sure to visit my fellow blog hop stops
today, as we all enjoy encouranging support
whenever and wherever it comes from!
 
Day 2 - Nov.6th
And yes, you can always click on Katherine's
blog hop U R Priceless button to return to
the main schedule should you get sidetracked.
 
I wish you all a wonderful .... everything!
 
Thank you!
 
 

95 comments:

  1. Hi!!! Hee hee I love the little monsters!!! Too cute!!! These will certainly cheer up their recipients!!! The other ones are very pretty and sophisticated!!!! Yaa!!!

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  2. The monsters are just too cute! Very pretty ones too and yes, great gifts in the making.

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  3. Love all your coin purses, but the monsters are my favorite! Thank you for sharing.

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  4. Difficult to pick my favorite...I love 'em all!

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  5. Ooooh... love the monsters, Wendy! They are so cheeky and made me smile!

    Great fabric choices. Amazing how much it changes the look of the finished purse. You have humourous, whimsical and sophicated all stitched up and ready to give. Brilliant!

    UR Priceless... :o)

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  6. I love the fabrics you used for your coin purses.

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  7. I love all of your purses - the monsters are fabulous. It's a great way to use up leftovers from other projects.

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  8. Wonderful purses...loved the little monsters and your more elegant ones! Very awesome!

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  9. Love your fabric choices! Those are wonderful purses!

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  10. Very nice Wendy. I like your monsters. Sew cute!

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  11. Your coin purses turned out great. I love the fabrics you chose. The monster fabric made me smile.

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  12. Ohhh wow, I love the monster ones, the sophisticated one..yes she is to a T....
    and the whimsical young lady...very cute indeed.

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  13. Cute little monsters! I love this pattern! I'm not part of the Hop but I bought the pattern and made a couple -- it's addictive, isn't it?!

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  14. fun purses, hilarious one eye aliens

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  15. I almost jumped when I saw your first coin purse... you scared me. lol

    They are all cute as a bessy bug!

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  16. Cute little purses, love the first two!! Great Job!!

    I'm giving away coin purse frames on my blog....

    http://splittingstitches.blogspot.com/

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  17. What cute fabrics you picked! You really showed off how each one of these has a different "purse - onality" !

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  18. Wendy, your little purses are adorable! You did a wonderful job on them all!

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  19. I love that these can be made out of quilt scraps - it's a great way to keep the memory of the quilt alive while just carrying something small.

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  20. They all are really great. Are your daughters going to get one each to keep?

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  21. The fabric is so right on for these little purses. You really put your heart into this. Love them. Judy C

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  22. Love your purses! Such cute fabric and perfectly fussy cut!! Thanks for sharing!

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  23. They are just beautiful.Great job!!

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  24. Rosemary B here:
    I love all of them. Yes, the invisible thread was a winner with the second one, very cute!
    Thank you for sharing your excessive creativity.

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  25. Darling little monsters! Great job!

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  26. Wendy, sew adorable! The monster in you is so creative. Thank you for sharing. Judith, Texas

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  27. Great purses!
    Thank you for sharing!

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  28. I was thinking the same thing! These would be great stocking stuffers for sure!! Put in a few coins or a necklace and tadaa! Then they are great wrapping. Now if you give them to a girlfriend and put in thread and a little scissors then they are great sewing kits. Put in a few bandaids and such and it will be a little quick medicine kit. OR...so many other ideas :)

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  29. looking good!!!! The fabrics are fantastic!!

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  30. Your coin purses are "out of this World" ;O)
    Great fabrics

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  31. I like them all. The second one is a cute fabric.

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    1. That "once" was supposed to be "nice!"

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  33. adorable, what cute little monsters!

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  34. From monsters to sophistication--what a woman! I love those little monsters...they are so me (maybe I still have a little wicked left in me from the last hop.)

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  35. Wendy, those are some wildly fun coin traps!

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  36. I think I'm in love with those monsters! :) blessings, marlene

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  37. OOH I love the little monsters, wish I would have thought of that!

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  38. These are wonderful.... the monsters are my favorite. You just can't beat a good monster or robot fabric!

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  39. The monsters are so funny -- cute! They all look great. Nice job Wendy!

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  40. Great job! Indeed, these would make wonderful gifts!

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  41. I love these, especially the monsters!

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  42. The monsters are my favorite, but I love them all
    Thanks for sharing
    Britt-Inger in Sweden

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  43. Wonderfully cute Wendy and what a great way to use up our favorite fabric and make gifts.

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  44. I love, love, love your purses! What a great show, cuter than cute!

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  45. I love your monsters, too! Thanks for the tip about invisible thread!!

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  46. oh, yes, those will make really great gifts. enjoyed seeing your little purses.

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  47. Wouw you make some beautiful purses!

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  48. Adorable monsters and pretty little purses. Great fabric choice. Thanks for sharing.

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  49. FUN! These are great! How fun they would be for kids--or anyone young at heart. Thank you for sharing...

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  50. Cute little monster purses..how fun!! TFS

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  51. I thought I would fall out the chair laughing when I saw your little monster purses. They were soooo cute. Love your purses.

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  52. Love your little purses! Thanks for sharing.

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  53. Using invisible thread is genius! Love those monsters too!

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  54. I love those cute little purse sand the monsters are great.

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  55. Boy you did yourself proud! What cute coin-purses! The use of the 'invisible' thread is quite the thing! You have a good eye for fabric! I LOVE the little girl one the best although they are all very sweet. Can hardly wait to see your next ones!

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  56. Aneela's fabrics are cute and very sweet, but the monsters and the sophisticate purses are slamming!!!! oh I want both!!! I am going to have to fabric hunting, two little monsters granddaughters in my family and sophisticate for DD#3 and then my little gifts for Christmas are done :) excellent fabric choices and great stitching idea.

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  57. Oh my goodness! They are all so cute.

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  58. Your purses are just adorable! And you are Sew right, they're great for giving!

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  59. I have the fairy fabric in red! Now to get busy on my little purses.

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  60. LOL, your monsters are soooo adorable.

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  61. Darling purse!!!
    I love hopping from blog to blog and seeing everyone's creativity. Great job!!!
    ~a

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  62. Wendy, They are just wonderful! I love that monster fabric, I loved it in your Wicked project and I love it here! Thanks for the idea of invisible thread, I will use that tip!

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  63. Wow I love your purses... the one with the monster fabric is GREAT !!
    I never made a purse before, I'm always afraid that I can't make it... it looks so diffecult with those handles.

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  64. Love your little monster coin purses!! How cute! Thanks for sharing!

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  65. Love the contrasting sides--they just came out so cute! And who can resist a fairy? not me!!

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  66. Your monster coin purses are adorable! Using the invisable thread is a great idea. Thanks for sharing.

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  67. Your purses are darling. I love the novelty prints.

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  68. So very cute! The monsters, especially! :)

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  69. First of all...I have to say, I love how you wrote "My heart is hugged with every comment...' :o)

    I love your little fairy/pixie purse :o) Sooo cute!

    Blessings & Aloha!
    I am at our daughter, son in law, and grandbaby's home visiting, but wanted to stop by and check out the amazing coin purses!

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  70. OMG Wendy, your little monster purses are just the cutest. I'm going to be making more too...perfect for little holiday gifts. Thanks for sharing in the blog hop!!

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  71. Such fun, fun purses. Monsters purses are like children - beautiful things that have a bit of monster in them!! Can't wait to see pics of all the rest, too.

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  72. Cute little monsters! Love your sophisticated version too :)

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  73. These are so much fun. Thanks for sharing your creations today!

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  74. The little monsters are too cute! Wendy, you can add me to your gift list anytime. hehehe

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  75. Those are too cute Wendy. Trust you to carry Halloween over with the monsters! Thanks for sharing your lovelies with us all.

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  76. I LOVE your purses! The monsters are fab, but those little fairies are just so sweet!

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  77. Great job! The coin-eating monsters are my favourite.

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  78. Great idea to use invisible thread! I'll have to try that on my next ones! LOL Thanks for sharing with all of us!

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  79. wonderful, great great fabrics ☺
    Liebe Grüße
    Bente

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  80. Wendy, fantastic job!! I can tell you had fun creating these -- and they're all just darling! :)

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  81. What cute little purses you have made! I like the fabric choices!
    hulseybg@gmail.com

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