sweet treasures #5: the other side…
Posted in amsterdam, fashion, handmade October 4th, 2010 by pia

Do you remember this bag? And do you remember I said I’d show you the other side? Well what you see above is the other side. Isn’t it stunning? I love how the two sides are so different. Leslie now has a page on her website for new items she has made, so you can check out all her freshly made bags right here.

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  1. Paris Parfait says

    It is gorgeous! Off to check out her site. xo

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  2. Belinda Norrington says

    These bags are magical! How do we find out how much they cost, no prices on the website that I can find. Thanks, Belinda

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  3. hybrid handmade says

    this is MOST joyus – it’s those little extra design details that really make handmade products SING!

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  4. Melissa de la Fuente says

    Oh, I remember alright! 🙂 This bag is just so gorgeous and I love the other side just as much! Gorgeous….thanks for sharing your sweet treasures Pia.

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  5. veronika says

    love the bag!over to the shop…

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  6. Victoria says

    Pia I really adore these bags. They are so precious in print but hardy in substance. Perfect size to keep all our little treasures for a days outing. I am hoping Swarm can ship to AUS! xx

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  7. Emma says

    A beauty! I think I would smile everyday I threw this over my shoulder.

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  8. Lulu says

    What a Bio! Pure inspiration.

    Oh, how I long for Europe….

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  9. MissHeliotrope says

    Lovely on both sides. Can you find matching flowers when out shopping & carry them about in it?

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  10. Jane says

    Wonderful…ooh Lovely!!

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  11. Pip says

    I just bought a bag. I’m wildly excited. Totally couldn’t afford it (they’re certainly not cheap) but it’ll be worth it. Who needs food anyway?


    October 26th, 2010 | #

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