Curious colorful cats conjure creepy yet cute stare downs! This pattern is a tribute to black cats, who in many cultures are considered good luck and spiritual protectors. Black cats have the lowest adoption rates of any cats in shelters.This pattern truly showcases the many colors of these almost reflective black house panthers!
The best memories often come from the little sidetracks on trips or in daily life. This high quality and darn cute crossbody bag is intended to be at your side helping you for all of life's little turns in the path! Built with premium materials, the Sidetrack Crossbody Bag is a great choice for an everyday bag for work or in town when you just have to have a little more room. There is plenty of space for a larger wallet, an oversize key-ring, a kindle, tablet or book, passport, medication, snacks, a small water bottle and more. Includes a 50" adjustable strap for crossbody wear and a quick grab shoulder strap for versatile carrying options.
The Sidetrack Crossbody features 2 exterior zippered compartments, an interior zippered pocket, a front flap pocket with a magnetic closure and a back velcro quick pocket. You can use the back pocket to keep your phone for fast access or to stow away your shoulder strap.
-Bag measures 11.75" tall x 10.25"w wide x 4" deep
-One detachable and adjustable 50" strap and one 10.5 “ drop shoulder strap with tuck-away velcro pocket.
-Premium water resistant nylon made from recycled plastic, easy clean nylon liner. Metal Hardware.💧♻️
Meet the Artist:
Samm Wehman Epstein is a full time artist living in Gainesville, Florida with her husband and 3 rescued pitbulls! Her main medium is acrylics which she uses on a variety of surfaces in bright, cheerful colors and a whimsical vibe. Samm frequently uses a lot of reclaimed materials in her original art including reclaimed wood and repurposed fan blades to keep materials out of landfills whenever she can.
Samm spent several years working within the field of wildlife conservation, education and research before pursuing art full time. She loved the work she did with animals but her creative brain was constantly wandering and wishing to spend more time creating.. so she ultimately transitioned into art as a full time career. To still feel connected and make a difference for animals, Samm uses her artistic abilities to lead painting party fundraisers that raise money for animal-welfare and conservation non-profits. Most of Samm’s art business is creating commissioned animal artwork and custom pet portraits.