December 17, 2007

Shapely Maria Wristlet!

I've made another clutch purse inspired by Maria Felix, legendary Mexican actress and one of my favorite icons! In order to keep these bags unique, this one is different from the first one I made: I gave this one more pronounced shapely curves, just like Maria's, and gave it a strap with contrast topstitching. A real unique and stylish piece!


As it turns out, this wristlet was just featured on the Etsy front page today. Check it out:


Click here to purchase the Shapely Maria Wristlet.

A big thank you to those who support my work and respect my creativity!
Posted on December 17, 2007 | Permalink

November 2, 2007

Feliz Dia de los Muertos!

Lately I've been getting ready for the holiday gift season by designing little accessories for a local brick and mortar shop. I took advantage of the time to make some cute little zippered wristlet pouches in folkloric prints to celebrate the Mexican holiday of Dia de los Muertos. They're structured to hold all the small essentials, have a little strap for functionality, and all the prints are vibrant and inspired by Mexican culture. You know I love all things folklorico :-)

I made four of these pouches available for purchase Etsy shop, and there is FREE PRIORITY SHIPPING on them for a limited time. Feliz Dia de los Muertos!

Click here to see the pouches in my Etsy shop!

A big thank you to those who support my work and respect my creativity! :-)
Posted on November 2, 2007 | Permalink

October 5, 2007

Viva Frida!

A little something for the stylish knitter who is a fan of Frida Kahlo:

Side pockets with decorative topstitching, wooden handles to add to the folklorico, a touch of red for Mexico, and some blue denim for hipness.

I've made this one available in my etsy shop. Click here to purchase my Viva Frida bag.

Thanks to those who support my work and respect my creativity!
Posted on October 5, 2007 | Permalink

September 6, 2007

Celebrando lo mexicano!

Mexican artist Frida Kahlo in her garden messenger bag, corazones and black lace tote, and a metallic sugar skulls* messenger bag. Viva Mexico!

Click here to purchase the Frida Kahlo messenger bag.
Click here to purchase the Corazones and Lace tote bag.
Click here to purchase the Metallic Sugar Skulls messenger bag.

Thanks to those who support my work and respect my creativity!

*Sugar skulls [view image in popup ] are a confection that are used in Mexican Day of the Dead (Dia de los Muertos) festivities, where the dearly departed are remembered in a joyful way.
Posted on September 6, 2007 | Permalink

July 30, 2007

María Félix

This is a clutch inspired from a textile sample I created for one of my fashion collections. I used black lace inspired by Mexican actress María Félix, one of my favorite icons. In order to give the clutch a colonial Mexico feeling, I made it in cotton serge in ecru and added a beautiful metal bangle and rivets in dark copper color.


This clutch is currently available for sale at my etsy shop. Click here to view this item's listing!
Posted on July 30, 2007 | Permalink

May 19, 2007


About a month ago I used this fashion fabric to make myself a tote I use to carry small knitting projects and/or my lunch. I've gotten so many comments on it I decided to whip a few more out and share them at my shop. It's a "just because the fabric is fab" tote: Cute, stylish, and the price is nice :-)

Posted on May 19, 2007 | Permalink | Comments (0) | TrackBacks (0)

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