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A Darling Surprise!

I held my Scallop Square Purse Classes this weekend, and my daughter, Alisa, helped me with guiding the class attendees through the steps to make their purses. We held a Friday night class and one on Saturday morning, so she & her husband, Cody, spent the night so she could sleep in until the last minute! She is more of a night-owl than I am, so when I got up on Saturday morning I was delighted to find these adorable baby-sized purses waiting for me!



We had received a request from one of our friends for a toddler-sized Scallop Square purse, and the only requirement was that it be pink! I had commented to Alisa that we needed to try making a purse with the smaller squares from the new Scallop Squares Duo Die in the Holiday Mini. Well, I need to remember from now on that with my Alisa, it is ask-and-you-shall-receive!

To give you more perspective on how tiny these purses are, here's the standard, 6-panel Scallop Square purse we've been making these past months and our customers have made in our purse classes:


©Stampin'Up!™1999-2010 (and yes, this purse IS for sale, it's made with gorgeous fabric called "California Dreamin" and can be yours for only $40!)

Now, here's the 4-panel purses we've been selling to a lot of grandma's for their grand-daughters!


©Stampin'Up!™1999-2010 (this purse is also for sale for $30!)

Now here's a baby purse compared to the 4-panel purse:


©Stampin'Up!™1999-2010 The baby-sized purses are for sale for $20!

Well, I'm back to the stamp room for the day getting ready for my 14 workshops this month! Wish me luck with the papercutter! Contact me if you want to purchase one of these purses for yourself or as a fantastic gift for someone special!

Until tomorrow, have a Stampingrox! day!


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