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Happy Hands Wallet Tote


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My sister is a Disneyland-a-holic. She goes all the time and wanted something small to carry just her Disney pass and some spending money. So, I designed the Happy Hands Wallet Tote for her because I knew there was one more thing my Disneyland-a-holic, germ-a-phobic sister (she's a nurse) would appreciate having with her and that is hand sanitizer. So, now she can grab this and go! She can carry just what she needs when she heads out into the Disney crowd, even hand sanitizer for de-germing whenever she feels the need. I trimmed hers with some cute Mickey Mouse fabric, you could "theme" trim yours, zoo, baseball game, the beach....these are just a few places you might go and want to take this lightweight and durable tote. Each paid PDF includes a recipe for making your own natural hand sanitizer and information on where to purchase empty spritzers if you wish to make the Happy Hand Wallet Tote to sell. HIGHLIGHTS: Easy pattern with pictures at every step Cross body strap to carry your tote securely Zipper side to hold your money securely Outside pocket for ID, credit card, park pass AND a pen size hand sanitizer (information included in the PDF) . BASIC SKILLS NECESSARY You only need to have basic sewing skills SIZING / FINISHED MEASUREMENTS Finished size is 5 1/2" wide x 6" tall with a 6" zipper opening at the side.

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Suzies Imaginarium
Suzies Imaginarium
For as long as I can remember, I have wondered the aisles of the store wondering what I could make out of this or that. Hardware stores intrigue me as much as fabric stores. When I was 10 my aunt sent me a purse made from a piece of red was my favorite present that year and the one I remember the most. I knew then that you could transform anything into something else.