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Tuesday, October 21, 2008

Garage Sale Bags for Sale

I have really enjoyed making these Garage Sale pouches.

From Left to Right
Brn/Pink, Blue flower, Paisley & Dots, Stripe & Dots, Argile & Flowers.

I'm now offering them for sale right here from my blog. Each bag is $12.00 plus shipping. Each bag is made from a canvas shell, with a zipper closure, and measures 6x9 with a 20" drop shoulder strap.
These bags are great to hold just enough for garage sale-ing, hands free. Your cash, Checkbook, credit cards, sunglasses, phone and keys all fit nicely inside. I just keep mine on, buckle my seat belt right over it and hop in and out of the car, lightning fast.

Each bag is covered in fashionable, vintage inspired fabric and embellished with various trinkets. Some old, some not. I use old keys, vintage jewelry, and various other metal items. I will also sell bags without embellishments, if you wish to add your own, for $10.00 ea.

The picture shows the current fabrics I'm working with. The 3 on the left are finished, the 2 on the right, are "in process". If you are interested in getting one for yourself or a friend, click the buy now button. Shipping will be 2.50 for up to 3 bags. I accept paypal and money orders. Use the Buy now button below for paypal. If sending Money order please email me. Also please make a note with payment as to which color combination you want.

Choose bag

Great as gifts for your junkin' friends too.

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Lori @ Katies Rose Cottage said...

Margo ~ Those are so cute and would be perfect to sling over your arm and go flea marketing ~
You are one talented gal !

Sher said...

Margo, my email is


Stacey @ The Blessed Nest said...

Margo--I want the brown & white one on the far left! :) This will be so great for garage sales & flea markets!! I think I'll make it be a Christmas present to myself! LOL

Debbie P. said...

The bags are adorable! I'm surprised you aren't keeping those metal light fixtures for more garden chandies?! I just picked up my first old glass lamp with about 6 prisms on it and am anxious to try to make one.

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