You knew I couldn't go too long without mentioning handbags, right? I've kept quiet about them for awhile but things like graduation and Mother's Day are coming up so even if you're flush with bags I bet there's someone on your list who can always use a cute little purse.
Bagettes is a shop where you can easily upload a photo and have it put on a bag. Color or black and white, it doesn't matter you just upload the photo the same way you would to Flikr or Photoshop or something. Pick out the bag you'd like and presto--you've got a personalized tote or handbag or cosmetic case that would be good for all sorts of things.
You could use it as a Mother's Day gift or a as a bridal gift or a unique graduation present. You can order totes, photo purses, wallets--some even in suede--but give them a peek and see what you think. I think there are definite possibilities here.
This week's giveaway winner will receive the chance to make up their own personal cosmetic bag with their own photo courtesy of Bagettes.com. You'll get to see for yourself how pretty these bags could be. Fun, huh?
Here's how to win:
Before 12 am Monday go to the giveaway entry form on this page and enter your name and email. I will pick one of the names at random, contact the winner via their email and publish the winner's first name and home town in next Tuesday's post. See the bottom of the entry form for more details.
This giveaway is open to all readers!
If you liked him in O Brother Where Art Thou? (funniest movie ever in my opinion) then you'll like him in this--he's master of the quirky frantic surprised facial expressions. Now that I think about it there are several guys in the cast of Leatherheads that were in the cast of the other movie as well.
It's got some funny parts, though too many of them are in the previews (I hate it when they do that) and opposite George Clooney is "that guy from The Office" (I found out tonight that he actually has a real name--John Krasinski) who is highly entertaining and makes a good debut. I'm not as big on Ms. Zellweger (you can't miss her she's the one wearing bright red for the entire movie) and to cast Jonathan Pryce as a bad guy has been done to death but overall I'd give it a B. Catch it as a matinée like we did and you'll get your money's worth.
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