I loved this truck-inspired tote from Julie Hyde-Edwards’ Modern Made offering at the DIY Street Fair in Ferndale. No stranger to the auto industry, Julie took her inspriation right from the industrial materials we see on cars and trucks every day. What kind of everyday items inspire your crafting?

Julie also makes these industrial-feeling zippered bags to raise money for breast cancer awareness, donating all the proceeds to Sisters Hope in Michigan.

4 thoughts on “Truck-Inspired Diamond Plate Tote

  1. Since this show, my work can also be seen at the Detroit Institute of Arts Museum Shop as well as Birmingham Bloomfield Art Center & Detroit Artists Market.
    (Sisters HOPE is an organization for breast cancer survivors.)

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