Friday, October 29, 2010

Frenchie's Freaky Friday and cute 6x6 purse......


WOW two video today to finish the Frenchie's Freaky Frida
y with a bang! The lollipop cover is very simple so for last minute treat for Halloween it is perfect. I use the stamp set Batty for you and it is perfect for thing like that and quick cards.  



These cute little purse are made with a 6x6 DSP or you can use card stock. Score ate 1 1/4 each side and turn around score at 2 1/2 each side and this is about it. I think the video is very easy to fallow so get your piece of 6x6 and your score blade and come make a purse with me while watching the video.
Starting next Friday will be the start of Frenchie's Festive Friday! Plus come back tomorrow for the Pumpkin patch here plus make sure to check out Sunday the Birthday special........


20 comments:

Glenda Calkins said...

Nice Job! I can't wait to give these a try! I think they might sell great at my craft sale.

Nancy said...

Love the purse. Your tutorial is super easy to follow.

Firenze said...

Oh my goodness I just LOVE it! I think I'll make a bunch of these as gifts for my card galpals. Thanks so much for sharing this AWESOME tutorial!
Happy hello's from Cape Town
Helen -- Firenze Cards

tonistamps said...

You did a fantastic job on this tutorial! Great instructions. Can't wait to make some!

kkstamper said...

Frenchie--that is adorable. Thanks so much for the tutorial. You make it look so easy!

Bronwyn Eastley said...

Thanks so much for your easy to follow tutorial. I think the 6X6 handbag is so sweet! TFS.

Christine Blain said...

Gorgeous! Thank you for sharing!

Annette said...

What a great tutorial. You have explained it so well. I look forward to trying it out.

Lynn Powell said...

Thanks so much for your wonderful tutorial! These are sooo cute. I've made myself one with 12x12 paper and it looks great!!

Jen said...

Thanks for the great tutorial!! I made 4 purses that I gave to some friends http://jeneeo.blogspot.com/2011/04/anything-but-card.html

Jen :)

Scrappywonder said...

too cute... I'm headin to do up Easter ones for my hostess club girls, etc... TFS R ;)

Tracey Prieskorn said...

I love this idea! I hope you don't mind but I did case this and posted it on my blog. I hope you don't mind! I did mention you in my posting, I hope that's ok! Here is the address where you can find it: http://addictstamper.blogspot.com/2011/04/you-rock-my-friend.html
Thank you so much for sharing!!

margret said...

I just made your wonderful purse. Thank you for sharing this tutorial
Greetings from Germany
Margret

Sue Robinson said...

Just going to make me one of these booootiful purses, saw them on Julie Japes blog and came right over for your tutorial. many thanks
Sue

Sunshine HoneyBee said...

Thanks for a wonderful Halloween or any theme style purse video. I'm going to make some.
Melissa
"Sunshine HoneyBee"

Sunshine HoneyBee said...

3 times was a charm. Took me 3 tries but got it. The tricky part is definitely the square part and applying the adhesive to hold the sides together.
Melissa
"Sunshine HoneyBee"

Mags said...

This is my first time to find you and you are awesome. Easy to follow and understand, your project was great and so much fun. Going to make this for my grand daughter for Halloween! Thank you so much!

Gail said...

This is the cutest purse - I cut my paper and followed along with you - it is so very cute! I posted your link on my blog too so others could come and learn! Thank you Frenchie for the wonderful projects you so generously show us how to create! You are an amazing woman! Have a great week!
Visit my blog at:
http://ilikepaper01.blogspot.com/

Lori said...

THANK YOU so much for this video tutorial! I taught your 6x6 purse at a stamp class today and everyone LOVED it!!! Thanks for making me look good! (wink, wink)

pavani krishna said...

You are just amazing.This is the best tutorial and you made it so easy to do it.Yesterday i made it for my kid she just loved it.Lots of love from India.

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