It has been a while since my last post and in a moment I deeply felt like I am not gonna write anything again. Writing nothing on my blog also means doing nothing with my camera. Being restrained from wandering around and taking pictures is not an easy thing to experience. Fortunately, one early morning I woke up and asked myself “Why do you have to stop doing the thing you like? Even if it requires you to sacrifice some valuable time”. Indeed, I do not have much time lately. However, it would not hurt (I mean “real bad”, maybe a little) if I write one post a week, isn’t it?Today, I would love to share a small tip for women for love light-colored bags such as pastel, beige and everything in between. We all know that these lovely things can easily become dirty. To make the situation worse, their metal details will be no longer shiny due to scratches from colliding with hard surface. Especially, those studs on the bottom of your bags.Honestly, I am kind of fastidious person who cannot endure tiny annoyed scratches even if they are hard to see. Therefore, I come up with a simple solution: use a puncher to pick out circular pieces from plastic shoes cushions. Then stick them into metal studs on your bags. Press them a little bit to make sure everything is on its place. Whola, now your bag is free from scratches at least at its bottom studs.
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