Monday, March 23, 2009

Bolton-Sasaki Shoulder Bag

This bag is another in a series of a collaborative effort between myself and Hawaii artist, Stephanie Bolton. The front pocket is an original acrylic painting of three hula dancers amidst a tropical setting of palm trees, tiki torches, flowers and the ocean under a beautiful Hawaiian sunset.

I used a Hula Daddy Kona Coffee bag for most of the exterior. How could I not!?! One gusset simply says: "HULA" and the back pocket has the address to the Hula Daddy Farm.

I also used a portion of a Country Samurai bag for the gusset that says: 100% Kona Coffee

The two large exterior pockets are 16" X 8". They both have magnetic snap closures.

Inside you will find a vibrant batik lining in shades of green, pink, red, yellow and brown in a "pinwheel" pattern.

There is a divided pocket on one side for your cellphone, or lipstick and pens.

The other side has a large (16" x 8" pocket that is divided in two and has velco closures. This bag is made not only to be beautiful and novel, but practical and organized as well!

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