Friday, March 25

STAMPIN UP SALE-A-BRATION FAREWELL 2016 WITH PEDAL PUSHER STAMP SET! #sabfarewell2016

Welcome to part 2 of our Sale-A-Bration Farewell 2016  Global Blog Hop!  

You will be hopping around 8 countries and will visit 15 amazing Stampin’ Up!® Independent Demonstrators who have joined this adventure to give you a closer look at the beautiful  items from Sale- A Bration 2016. There’s just 6 days of Sale-A-Bration left and then the opportunity to get these freebies  will be gone forever!

Currently you’re visiting Bibi Cameron in the UK!   You can continue hopping by using the list of names at the end of this post. 

Now, let’s scroll down to see what I’ve been making with Pedal Pusher stamp set.

I love stamping on fabric and making bags and purses is my favorite thing  so when I saw the bike in Pedal Pusher Stamp set   I went  ahead and I stamp the beautiful image on  fabric to make clutch purses with metal frames! I also  made a wee tag to finish what could be a sweet handmade gift and I'm looking forward to make  paper craft projects  with this set this weekend! so come back this week to see what I will be making.


I also would like to thank you for visiting my blog today and  I have decided to GIVE AWAY THESE 3 PURSES (find info at the bottom of this post for the chance to win).


This is an easy and quick project 

I took the same or perhaps less time making 1 purse than designing a card lol. Seriously this is an easy project when knowing the right thing.

Stamping the fabric is pretty much the same that stamping on any other surface. You need to make sure you use the right ink to avoid bleeding or fading and getting a nice, smooth, absorbent fabric.
Sewing the purses could seem a bit complex but you will be surprise how easy could be making them with easy to digest information and  they can be sewn by hand too! so  there is no need for a sewing machine if you haven't gotten one. 


 The next stop on the farewell hop is Valerie Lo. There’s lots of inspiration to be found in this group  and you don’t want to miss it!

Come on lets take a look of what everyone has made!



    Do you want to learn to make this project?





    GIVEAWAY
                       

    1 of these 3  purses can be yours! For your chance, leave a comment below by 12:00 CET/ 11:00 am UK time on 4/20/16 telling me which is your favorite (the smaller, medium or large) and what do you think about this project.  The winners names will be randomly selected, emailed and posted here in my blog next day ( Saturday, April 21/2016 8:00 p.m UK time). I'll ship to international winners too! And to make Sale-A-Bration even sweeter all my customers will also receive one small FREE clutch purse when placing an order.

    ALL MY PRIVATE VIDEOS  ARE AVAILABLE FOR FREE TO MY LOYAL CUSTOMERS. THE INFORMATION WILL BE SENT BY EMAIL. PLEASE REQUEST YOUR FREE TUTORIAL VIA MAIL AT BIBICAMERON@GMAIL.COM
                                                                                                                                                                         
     GET ACCESS TO VIDEO TUTORIAL HERE 



    Supply list used today...

    Note Tag Punch  £16

    Thanks for stopping by and please feel free to leave a comment or ask any question, you can also email me at bibicameron@gmail.com.  I'll be happy to hear from you. x Bibi



    127 comments:

    1. NO WAY!! WOW!!
      Love love love these clutch purses.
      Amazing!

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    2. Liebe Bibi,
      Dein Projekt ist GENIAL! Und wunderschön!!!! Ich würde mich über die kleine Börse besonders freuen ;-)
      Liebe Grüße,
      Heike

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    3. Hello!
      I´m Nadine from Germany.
      It´s a great idea to stamp on fabric !
      This clutches are very nice. I like the smaller one :-)
      Greetings,

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      1. Hi Nadine!! CONGRATULATIONS YOU WON!! MORE DETAILS IN THE LINK BELLOW
        http://www.bibicameron.co.uk/2016/04/giveaway-winners-stampin-up-pedal.html

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    4. Wow ♥ such great projects. Love the idea of stamping on fabric.

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    5. Bibi - these purses are absolutely amazing. What an incredible talent you are! That's a lot of stamping and a lot of sewing. The purses are so trendy and cool. I'm so happy to be hopping with you today.

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    6. I absolutely love the way you used this stamped image on fabric. All the purses are cute but if I had to make a choice I think my favorite is the medium-sized one. Unfortunately my sewing skills are limited so I am in awe of your talent.

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    7. Oh my gosh Bibi - I am in awe of your fabric projects, you are so very talented! I love the pop of pink on the tag of the medium sized purse so this is my favourite at a push, but I love the subtle colouring on the larger one too. Fabulous projects!

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    8. Hello!
      I've never stamped on fabric so I was in awe of your purses. I might have to try stamping on fabric now. Great idea and I love the purses! The medium size one is my favorite!
      Thanks,
      Amy from United States

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    9. Amazing, charming, and adorable!!!

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    10. Your little bags are so cute! I've been stalking your blog and love your fabric stamping, your jewelry and of course your cards! Will continue to pop in for great ideas because you've got them! :)

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    11. Bibi - this is absolutely amazing. I'm checking out the tutorial now!

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    12. What a great idea, I would have never thought. You are so creative. WOW

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    13. Such darling little clutches! Love them all but I think the medium size is my favorite!

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    14. Wow! I am in awe! These purses are absolutely adorable and look so retro with peddle pusher stamped on it. You are very clever! Thanks so much for sharing sharing.☺☺☺☺☺☺

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    15. These purses just blow my mind-Wowza!! Love them. Thank you for sharing your wonderful projects.

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    16. These purses are amazing! I like them all but especially the little one. You did a fantastic job...thank you for the chance to win one of these. Have a great weekend.

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    17. Bibi, these are absolutely precious!! I stamped on material once and made a baby bib. I just used regular SU ink tho and I was afraid it'd bleed, so I kept it in my craft storage.

      What type of ink did you use? Love the inside fabric! You're one talented lady!

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    18. Lovely!! Such a fun summer item with personality

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    19. Og my goodness these are just the cutest thing I have seen done with a stamp set this year!! Been awhile since I have used my sewing machine ... might just have to dust it off after your inspiration. Thank you for sharing your amazing talent.

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    20. Oh my goodness Bibi, these are just beautiful and if I saw this fabric I would buy it instantly, you really are so clever! Loved being part of this hop with you xx

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    21. Very clever idea to stamp on fabric to make these adorable clutches. It's hard to pick a favorite, but since I have to it would be the smallest. I love all three and what a inspiration you are. I've never thought to stamp on fabric, but now I'll have to.

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    22. Simply stunning enough said. ..x
      Susanna x

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    23. Beautiful use of the stamps, I love the touch of added colour to the fabrics to just offset the black & white

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    24. I'm stunned by how incredible you make such a simple stamp look. They are fabulous. I'm in awe! The tiny one is my fave.... for a few coins. Just big enough to pop out of my handbag at a cafe in the summer to enjoy coffee with my girlfriends. Perfect x

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    25. This is a WOW! project for sure and I am in awe of your talents! Thx for making me smile from ear-to-ear ^_^

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    26. The clutches are absolutely gorgeous; what a beautiful way to use that great stamp image! Love them all, but the large one, with the blue bikes and lovely lining, is particularly pretty.

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    27. So stylish and cute love them all! If forced to choose I'd go large and use it as my tool kit bag! ☺ you are one talented lady thanks for sharing xx

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    28. Wow...such talent. I love them all. I love the medium.

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    29. One of my favorite things to do is sew! Your clutches are so beautiful! My favorite one is the smallest clutch. Thanks for sharing your awesome ideas!

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    30. OH my. WOW that is simply amazing. I like the medium size. because it keeps me reined in and not packing a lot of unnecessary things, but yet big enough to carry what I need :)

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    31. Dear Bibi
      I love the fabric purses - I think I'd choose the largest one if I was lucky enough to win! That bicycle made for two stamp would make a lovely wedding card too...

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    32. I would love to see the tutorial for this. Absolutely the most cleaver use of the "Pedal Pusher" stamp set yet!

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    33. Bibi, you are so talented! I love all 3, but think the larger one is simply adorable! Thanks so much for sharing your amazing talents! Makes me wish I was still in the UK to come to your events!! Xx

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    34. Absolutely stunning Bibi, the large bag is my favourite because it looks fab coloured in. I don't know how you get time to make these with your gorgeous little baby keeping you busy. xx

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    35. I like the large one. So very cute and clever!

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    36. That is amazing! Who would of have thought stamping on fabric and then creating a clutch! Kudos to you! A job well done!

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    37. Bibi, these purses are fabulous!!!

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    38. These are lovely, Bibi. I've been meaning to try making some purses for a while but hadn't thought about stamping. I think the medium one is perfect :)

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    39. These are absolutely adorable. I love them all, but if I had to pick, I think the small one is my favorite followed closely by the large one. What a clever idea. They would make a fabulous gift for a special friend. I admire your many talents. Great job!

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    40. This is so amazing!! What a GREAT idea to stamp on fabric and you have made such wonderfull stunning clutches! xx

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    41. These are so adorable. You are amazing. I love the little one the most, then the medium and then the large. They are all great.

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    42. WOW!!!! Your clutches are amazing, I love the smallest one! I love finding projects like this that help me think outside the box...or off paper as the case may be. FANTASTIC!!! :)

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    43. fabulous idea! love them all!
      laura j

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    44. Super cute and a great twist in stamping. Medium size would be the one I would love to receive, fingers crossed, JJ 👏👏👏

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    45. Never would have thought of stamping on fabric-these are awesome! I would have to pick the large because I never seem to have enough space in purses 😉

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    46. This is so cute! My friend is getting married in June and their theme is bikes because that's what they did on their first date. I think it would be so cute if I got her the medium clutch as her wedding clutch!

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    47. absolutely adorable! Love the colors of inks you chose on them. Did you color with fabric markers?

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    48. Absolutely CUTE!!!! What a great project/idea!!! I love the big one! I would use that one so I could SHOW IT OFF! LOL
      Thanks! Going to watch your video now. Thanks for sharing and for this fun opportunity to win something!

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    49. I love them all, so unique and very talented, I prefer either the large or medium!!

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    50. Evelyne Boulerice25 March 2016 at 21:27

      I love them, so talented and cute, I prefer the large or medium, so cute!!

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    51. Beautiful Bibi, thank you for joining the Farewell hop, loved having you onboard. Xx

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    52. Oh, you are so talented! These purses are all just adorable🤓❣. Thanks for the chance to win a treasure. The smallest would be perfect.

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    53. These are gorgeous!! What talent you have - amazing!!! Love them all - especially the colors on the larger one. WOW!

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    54. They're an amazing project, Bibi. What ink do you use for fabric? The tiny one is my favourite.

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    55. Bibi these are simply stunning. I love them all but I especially love the large one with the touch of colouring on it. I love your project and any way that shows stamping on different mediums is a winner with me. I love fabric, stamping and sewing but have been so focused on card making of late that I have neglected the fabric side. You've spurred me on to stamp on some fabric and make it into something. I love the matching gif tags too.

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    56. Have not ordered this stamp set, but these purses are fabulous! I like the medium one best.

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    57. Those purses are amazing!!! The little one is my favorite, although I love them all.

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    58. Love...Love your idea....as i have to choose then the small is my favorite...although i must say they are all gorgeous

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    59. What a fabulous idea! They are adorable! Would love to see the little one in person.

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    60. Absolutely to die for! These could be in a boutique.

      I like the small clutch the best. So cute and a perfect size for just a few items. You are so talented, thank you for sharing and for the chance to win!

      - Kris Kilcoyne

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    61. Bibi, these are lovely! They look like something you'd find in a boutique on vacation and they're adorable!! I think you have wonderful talent and I'm thankful for the inspiration. I like them all but the larger one is my favorite with the slight coloring and beautiful floral lining.

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    62. To die for! I like the small one best, just the perfect size for a few items.

      Thanks for sharing your talent and for the chance to win!

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    63. You are TOO clever for words. I want to make one. Amazing.

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    64. So clever! I never thought of stamping on fabric. My youngest son has Down's Syndrome and LOVES to ride his bicycle built for two. I think I'll have to make him a bag for his bike! Thanks for the great idea Bibi! Happy Easter to you and your family from way up north in Maine, USA. : )

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    65. These purses are just too stinking cute!!! They are perfect in every way! The little small one is just to munch! But, the large one you colored the bike is Awesome!!!

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    66. Wow, what a amazing project. Love them all, but have a little crush for the small one. Have a great Easter weekend!

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    67. OMG- these purses are to die for. I have a friend who would absolutely love these. She is a biker and I would love to win these to give to her for her birthday in May.

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    68. What a great idea! I love the all of the purses and would love to receive the large one if I am selected.

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    69. You're a genius! Wow! Amazing job!!!

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    70. Wow - you are such a hard act to follow Bibi - these are stunning! :-)

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    71. These are such very very cool purses!! I especially love the aqua coloured bikes on the large purse (almost enough to have me considering a bicycle of my own!!) Thanks for sharing these with us :)

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    72. WHAT A GREAT IDEA!!!!
      They are all great but if I had to choose I'd take the smallest one (;
      THANKS FOR THIS GIVEAWAY!!!

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    73. Those purses are gorgeous!!! Someone mentioned you have a new born...well, your creative juices are flowing! Enjoy baby and you have incredible talent...impressive!!!

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    74. Amazing Bibi! The purses and your lovely self are just amazing. I need to borrow some of your enthusiasm;) How could anyone choose just one as a fave, perhaps the middle sized one. Thanks for sharing your creativeness. Cheers Donna Z :)

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    75. This is such a wonderful idea I would love the large clutch! It would go great with a dress I just bought.

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    76. Wow, this is just the cutest and most clever idea! I would never have tried stamping on fabric. But now I need to get this set and give it a try! All three are fabulous, the smallest is my favorite!

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    77. These purses are adorable. You always amaze me with your craft ideas. I like the medium size purse best. Perfect to hold those basic items, like a Chapstick/lipstick , file/emery board for nails, small mirror and powder compact. And perhaps also "emergency chocolate!" :-)

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    78. I am so excited. I have lived sewing forever. I want to use stamping up products with fabric and wasn't sure how. I live the smaller purse. What an awesome gift idea

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    79. I love all 3 purses! I suppose I like the large best because I could use it to carry out in the open. I would not want to hide this cuteness inside of another purse! I have ordered the tutorial and am hoping to make these purses for myself!

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      1. CONGRATULATIONS JILL. YOU WON! PLEASE SEE DETAILS IN THE LINK BELOW:
        http://www.bibicameron.co.uk/2016/04/giveaway-winners-stampin-up-pedal.html

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    80. Wow! Super cute! I want one!!! Cheers...Gina F

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    81. Another great use for all our stamps.. thank you for such an inspiring video...Beautiful purses...Nell

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    82. Darling idea. Thank you so much for sharing. I love it!!!

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    83. I love these purses I would love the medium one😀

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    84. Dear Bibi, your bags are beautiful!!! I really love all the sizes of your bags, but if I had to chose I would love it to be a surprise from you :). (that's if I was so lucky enough to win one) x

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    85. Your little clutches are so cute! I didn't order that SAB set, but I'm sure many stamp images would work. Before I decided to order, I found a So California supplier near me for the hardware. Yay! https://www.pursesupplydepot.com/contact.aspx.
      Gonna go order the tutorial right now! Thanks . . .

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      1. Hi Michelle, thanks you very much for your comment. I got your payment but not email associated. Paypal only show me your website and on your websote I couldnt find any emial as well. Can you please drop me a line at bibicameron@gmail.com to be able to send the info to access the videos. x hugs Bibi

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    86. You know how I feel about your gorgeous fabric makes, where you combine with Stampin' Up! products. I adore them! You are one very clever lady … These are gorgeous xx

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    87. These are gorgeous... love all 3 sizes but think the big one is best as could be used as a make up bag... I would love to have a try at making these, cannot sew for toffee but will try...

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    88. What an amazing way to showcase our stamps so they appeal to a wider audience. Fabulous designs and I love all 3 sizes but have to admit the small one stole my heart xx

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    89. Bibi. I love all of the clutch purses. Maybe the medium one the best. Perfectly stamped. Simething I may have to try out soon. Love Julia xx

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      1. CONGRATULATIONS JULIA YOU WON! PLEASE SEE DETAILS
        http://www.bibicameron.co.uk/2016/04/giveaway-winners-stampin-up-pedal.html

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    90. They are all so beautiful, I would absolutely love to have one, please...

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    91. Wow! Love them all, beautiful Bibi.

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    92. Wow... you are extremely talented Bibi. What a fantastic idea and theyve turned out fantastic. I love following your blog and videos you do fabulous work 😊 they are all stunning but my most fav has to be the large x
      Hugsx Amber xx

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    93. I love the middle one as it looks the perfect size. What a fab idea, I love stamping but have never tried on fabric and as for the purse ' amazing!!!! x

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    94. Love these little purses. As a long time lover of fabric crafts who is just now getting into stamping I am excited by this new technique to try. For me, if I was really lucky it would have to be the middle size. Thanks for your generosity, I'm off to watch the tutorial.

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    95. WOW!! these are amazing, I'm going to have to have a go at this using one of my stamp sets. Thank you for sharing and if I get the chance to win I love all of them but particularly love the small one

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    96. Hi Bibi, i really adore your beautiful purses. Its so difficult to chose a favourite as all three look great, but i will have to choose the medium size.
      I love following your work, its all very inspiring xx

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    97. Hi Bibi
      I think these purses are gorgeous!
      You are very clever. I have this set but have not used it as its not something I would usually use. Having seen what you've done has inspired me to now use it!
      Jan Plenty jpproductions@outlook.com

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    98. Amazing talent to transfer to fabric! Would love the chance of a small size 😊

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    99. These are amazing Bibi, you are so talented. They are all beautiful, but my favourite has to be the small purse because I can take it everywhere with me and it will always remind me of you! Thanks for sharing. xx

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    100. Was scrolling through Facebook, saw these and my heart leaped a little! Super cute and so quirky and original. A beautiful item. I love the medium one! Beautiful!!!

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    101. Hi these little purses are so cute. Love the small and medium size. What a great idea on how to use SU stamps for something other than cards. So glad I found this post on Facebook.

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    102. Bibi - Your clutch purses are adorable!! I like the smallest of the three and can't wait to see your tutorial.

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    103. Wow gorgeous - I love them all but I think my fav is the small purse :)

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    105. What a great idea I ❤️ them all the little one is my favourite never stamped on fabric before and wish I had got this set beautiful work you make it look so easy x

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    106. I love the little one! Nice that you are using something other than paper - good idea! Thanks for chance to win!!

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    107. I would love the medium one, I love the little bird and my husband and I went for a tandem ride on our honeymoon

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    108. Hi Bibi oh me please x am also a sewer and a lover of bags! My Facebook piccie is a sewing machine X I would live the large sized bag if I was lucky enough to be drawn X these are amazing X jan X

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    109. Hi Bibi! Love these! Thanks for the opportunity to win one! Would love the medium or the large :) xxx

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    110. I think this is my favourite project of yours to date Bibi. So unique and simply stunning.

      I love them all, but if I had to pick a favourite, I would say the medium one as I love the contrast of the Melon Mambo and gold accents against the print on the clutch - uber chic and stylish.

      In awe of your talent!x

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    111. Gorgeous Bibi! Think I like the smallest one best (the black). Thanks. Nx

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    112. So beautiful & unique, it's impossible for me to choose a size as I love them all, so any size would be appreciated. Thank you

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    113. they are so gorgeous, i'd love to know how you made them?.....by the way the small purse is way to cute........love love love them x x

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    114. These are lovely and an inspiration to use stamps in a different way. I love the medium one and would treasure it if I were lucky to win it. Xx

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    115. What a brilliant idea! Love them all, just shows that stamps aren't just for cards they can be used in so many different ways! Years gone by stamp were used onfabric and still are in some countries. To choose really!!!!! They are all fabulous, but the large would be fantastic to keep some of my craft supplies in when on the move 😀

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    116. Hi Bibi, they are all beautiful. You have really got me thinking outside the box. I love them all and would be over the moon to win a small bag x Yvonne x

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    117. Hi Bibiana, what an amazing idea. I love to sew too but would never of thought of stamping on material.m I must look at your tutorial on making them. I love all of them. So pretty. Thanks for sharing. X X

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    118. Hi bibs just love these clutches! If I was lucky enough to win one I would like the large one please.

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    119. Gorgeous Bibi, love all them, such an on trend use for this set

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    120. Alexandra Stapleton21 April 2016 at 20:49

      Gorgeous Bibi, such on trend products love them! X

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