Valises

These men valises were first made with chipboard and then covered with the green and black papers of For Father.

The tutorial for the black valise can be found here by Jim Hankins. The interior sides have pockets to hold receipts and miscellaneous papers and the drawers can hold odds and ends.


The For Father collection is perfect for masculine projects.
Enjoy the day!

Tara

Pion products:
For Father – Pontiac PD1801
For Father – Flowers for father  PD1802
For Father – Handsome  PD1803
For Father – Borders PD1806
For Father – Cut out  PD1809
For Father – Money  PD1810
For Father – Pocket watch PD1811
For Father – Tags  PD1812
For Father 6×6″ – Pontiac PD3001
For Father 6×6″ – Shoe factory PD3003

  • I’m blown away! These are totally stunning, stunning, stunning! Nicola xReplyCancel

  • I’m “open-mouthed” !!! That a wonder !!! An exceptionnal creation !! CONGRATULATIONS Tara !!! I love all that you do !!!ReplyCancel

  • Rachel

    Absolutely awesome!! I would love to get this for my husband!ReplyCancel

  • Rachel

    So awesome, I would love to get this for my husband!ReplyCancel

  • adriana

    Woww !! Amazing project.ReplyCancel

  • Sorry i’m late , but i can’t send a new comment yesterday , internet was avaried …I’m open mouthed !!! That a wonder ! An exceptionnal creation ! Congratulations Tara !!! I love all that you’re doing ….ReplyCancel

  • WOW!!! This is amazing!!!!ReplyCancel

  • Armand

    I just happened to stumble upon these wonderful pieces and am so glad i did! I was wondering where i might find the tutorial and/or measurements for the green valise. Would love to make something like it myself. Thanks again for sharing. :-)ReplyCancel

  • Wonderful creations!! The interior construction is astounding! Well done.ReplyCancel

  • Sandra

    Awesome ! Glad I found this website, you’re work are stunning.ReplyCancel

  • Anita Borgignons

    can you by the patern somewhere
    greetings AnitaReplyCancel

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