June 2013 Handbag of the Month Contest

Congratulations to Dawn King, Hamilton, NJ!

She’s the winner of our VERY 1st annual “Purse Insert of the Year” contest!
Her passionately purple Porta-PocketsPLUS Purse Insert was just perfect, and she wins a $25 virtual gift certificate and a permanent place of honor on our website.

Honorable mention goes to Tamsyn Mihalus of East Lansing, MI.  If you voted for her delightful Encore Purse Insert, then you’ll get another chance to vote for it in December when we hold our annual “Battle of the 2nds”.) Just like the rest of our non-winners, Tamsyn will receive a 20% discount coupon good toward the SKD products of her choice!

So…

if you’re ready for another round, here’s your seven choices for the this month!

This “fleet-footed” Quattro was created by Mary Dinkel of Scottsdale, AZ
This “traffic-stopping” Trifecta was created by Liz Flynn
The creator of this inspired Guardian duo is Dianne Adams of Jacksonville, FL
This perfectly coordinated Quattro was created by Barbara Keith of Milton, FL
Norma Horrell of Roseville, CA created this bold appliqued Quattro.
This flower & lace Quattro was created by Ann Michel of Winston-Salem, NC
And finally, Lisa Mechum of Morgan, UT was the creator of this embroidered eyelet front Baggalista

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So there you have it…the entries are INCREDIBLE this month
and choosing is gonna be tough, but you can only vote for ONE bag!
Are you ready to cast a vote for YOUR favorite now?
Click here to vote.

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4 Comments So Far, You're Next!

  1. I want to submit a pic for the purse contest where do I do that

  2. Just Wondering about the bag in the contest “Norma Horrell’s bold appliqued Quattro” Is there really applique? I deep looking and it seems like not. But maybe the bag is backwards? Just very curious. (-:

  3. That is so amazing and such good work. You can always tell when I applique something. Good Job!