Panier of Plenty

The magic of reinvention

100% recycled and ready to conjure: driftwood from a beach in Spain; sequins from a worn-out baby top; fabric and edging from a baby chemise (too stained to pass on); interior stuffing from a baby sleeping bag (already cut for cushions); bell from a Lindt Easter bunny, et voila, abracadabra!

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One thought on “The magic of reinvention

  1. mesarapugs on said:

    Awww that’s so pretty!! Perhaps you could sell them at a market? Very inventive and very successful! Certain to entire many fairies and elves and Magic! 🙂

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