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Songbird - reserve listing

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~~This is a reserve listing for Songbird~~
If you would like something similar made for you, please message we, we will work it out :)

Credit/debit/eftpos cards, ID card, drivers license, reward cards, business cards, cash - safe on your keyring.

Ever need to hop in the car to get the kids from school, don't need your whole bag, but do need your drivers license? Ever put your D/L in your pocket, then next time you take your bag, you forget to put it back? Ever had a spate of bag snatching at your local mall? Ever gone to a rock concert and a handbag is not what you what hanging off your arm?

I can answer a resounding "yes" to all of these questions, and I designed this little number to fit my needs.

This one is pieced with a gorgeous light green silk dupion and embellished with vintage tatting and black silk ribbon embroidery. This holder is lined with calico.
A characteristic of silk dupion is that it changes colour depending on how the light hits it. It is on the whole, a lovely light, fresh, minty green, but can have a yellowish cast in certain lights (as the pics show)
Each embroidery is unique, and will not be repeated.

Measuring approx 2.6x4in/6.5x10cm ,it attaches to your keyring via a metal eyelet. It will fit in your pocket , or on a lanyard.
Both the lining and the front are reinforced with fusible interfacing, which add stability and durability to the pouch. There are no raw edges.

The card holder closes with a magnetic snap. I could comfortably fit 10(plastic) cards and 10 business cards in this, and there was still room . Some cash will slot safely in here too. Not suitable for coins.

Payment options

  • Bank deposit
  • PayPal
  • Credit card via PayPal

Shipping details

  • Ships from Manukau City, New Zealand.
  • $1.00 Standard post within NZ
  • to enquire about payment or shipping options.

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