bitty bags

I’ve been looking around for small rolling suitcases, as I know my independent bitty fish would go nuts over them. However, cute + well-made = expensive. Today, I found what I’ve been looking for. These adorable American Tourister bags are normally $80 per set, but I found them on eBags through Amazon for $23 per set [and eBags has a free shipping promotion for any order over $25].


Twofish had been coveting her cousin starfish’s Ladybug suitcase, so I thought it would be a safe bet to get her the ladybird design. I let onefish pick out his bag design – I thought he’d pick the tiger, but he wanted the penguin! I guess he remembers Happy Feat fondly. I’m posting this with the thought that some of you might have bitty ones who would love these, as well.

  • Laurie says:

    Oh, these are so cute!! And YAY for finding lower prices!

  • redfish says:

    I thought of you when I saw the penguins. Of course.

  • Jimmie says:

    – Obviously I like your website, but you have to check the selilpng on quite a few of your posts. A number of them are rife with selilpng problems and I find it very troublesome to tell you. However I will surely come again again!November 9, 2012 2:55 am

  • Anto says:

    I find this piece very compelling. It’s traulganir shape works for me formally, calling to mind the trinity represented in the church, yet the shape of the leaf is paganistic, like the Birth of Venus. It makes me very melancholy and nostalgic, as if it’s reminding me of a time when religious idols and sexual attraction weren’t divorced (something we now are forced to find in pop-idols). I’m still trying to figure out what to do with the face in the window. But I do know that it’s necessary. It’s what upsets the gentleness of the image and keeps me enraptured. Nice.

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