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by Jen Fox 1 min read

Coming soon!! Here's your sneak peek at what's coming to the shop on Monday, May 10th!

Be first in line to snag these new designs -- they'll be LIVE in the shop at 8am MST on Monday, May 10th.
These new zipper pouches are the latest edition to the Heirloom Collection. Shop the rest of the collection here.

First up: Leopard in a Puddle Zipper Pouch

Folk Art Leopard Zipper Pouch cosmetic bag clutch Foxly Handmade

I created this illustration from a drawing of my great-grandfathers from the late 1800s. To be honest, I'm not sure -- is the leopard standing on a rug? I thought maybe the leopard would prefer a small puddle, so that's what I gave him!

leopard folk art watercolor by Daniel Fox 1895 late 1800s Pennsylvania Dutch

And also! Bird with Flowers Zipper Pouch

 

Folk Art Bird Zipper Pouch cosmetic bag clutch Foxly Handmade Pennsylvania Dutch

 

My great-grandfather also drew some whimsical birds, and this one struck me - she is quite observant. Perhaps she's watching the leopard from her perch in the trees!

Tropical Bird Folk Art Whimsical Pennsylvania Dutch watercolor by Daniel Fox 1800s
These two new pouches will be available on Monday, May 10th.


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