A brand new bag ...

      ... for me!

And since it is for me I was so happy to use this beautiful, heavy silver and turquoise piece made for me by Robert Talltree when he had his silversmith shop in Manitou in the early 80's, when we were all so young and pretty and the town was so much fun!


Then I decided to finish up this sweet bee medicine bag, truly one of a kind for someone who might need a bit of honey pouring into each day.




Hope it's a wonderful weekend wherever you are ~

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  1. Susan, you are on a creative buzz! What wonderful sweet beauties.

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    1. No, you are the sweetest! Thanks for all the fun you bring.

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  2. Susan, you're still pretty and young at heart!!
    Both bags are so lovely. That silver and turquoise piece is heavenly - what a treasure! It has found its right place I think. Beautiful work.

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    1. Thank you ... it's always nice to have those special pieces around at just the right time. This one started out as a ring but I think it fits really pretty on the bag.

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  3. I agree with Carola...you are still pretty and young at heart - very much so! And, your bags are beautiful. The silver and turquoise piece is exceptional and fits with the bag - well, it's as though they weremeantto be together!wishing you a lovely weekend! 💛

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    1. Yes, exactly! They weremeantto be! and young at heart is the best, right? Thanks so much for coming by.

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  4. Well I just adore the bag for you and that silver piece is divine! the turquoise and feathers is a masterpiece and no doubt quite special to you. Really looks lovely together. And then there is a second! I love the rich yellow of this bag and that fringe - oh how I love that fringe! really beautiful

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  5. I just love your bag! The leather is gorgeous, the turquoise and silver made just for you back in the day is perfect, and it just looks comfy! There is nothing as magical as making something all for yourself since you know just what you want :-)
    The honey bag is yummy!!!

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  6. Both of the bags are beautiful and creative, Susan, but I especially love that orange bag you created for yourself. The silver and turquoise piece goes with the bag wonderfully, it waited for its time! :)

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    1. Thank you so much ... and you're right, that piece sure waited for it's right time & place!

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  7. WONDERful! Just wonderful. So much beauty and flavor and your own unique heart poured out through each stitch. Works of art, for sure.
    Happy making, you. Such an artist!
    -Jennifer

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    1. I always love seeing you here, or anywhere ... thank you for your words.

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  8. Such nice bags! Is it possible to order them somewhere? They are really very very beautiful!

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    1. Hey Helen! Thanks so much for the visit, the nice comment and the interest. Just shoot me an email anytime you want, we'll chat ... lsferguson@comcast.net.

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