Eco-chic: Recycled VHS cassette tape handbags


Brown and black cassette tapes are all hand woven together to create the body of these bags and the linings are made from repurposed fabric. These bags are made here in the USA and they’re handmade by Lisa Perez, and no two are exactly alike. The cosmetic bags have a zipper closure to keep everything secure and the sling bags have unique straps made from old chain, necklaces and fabric. You’re sure to receive lots of wonderful comments and you’ll probably be asked many questions when others see you sporting around one of these amazing creations.

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Do you remember the old VHS cassette tapes that have long been replaced by DVDs? Do you ever wonder what became of all those outdated tapes? Many of them, no doubt, ended up in landfills but some of them have actually been put to good use. Many of them are being used to design beautiful cosmetic bags and handbags for your fashion pleasure. You’ll be amazed at just how lovely these items look especially when matched up with one of your favorite outfits.

Recycled VHS cassette tape handbags and cosmetic bags are a real piece of art. They’ll go with anything and they can be used for any occasion regardless of whether its business or social. They make great gifts for the holidays or as a gift for yourself when you feel like you deserve something special. The handbags are designed in several different sizes and shapes to suit most any taste or need. You’ll find they have enough room to carry all of your necessities.

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