Rosie the Riveter World War 2 II Women Worker inspired Upcycled Train Case vintage fun make up bag
On March 29, 2014 I was thrilled to take part in the Yankee Air Museum / Willow Run Guinness World Record attempt to set a record for having the most Rosie the Riveters in one location. We had 778 Rosies. During the time leading up to the event I did some reading and research on the amazing women of WWII era, and how their impact in the workforce forever changed how women were viewed, and employed. This case is a tribute to them. Images of Rosie, and war propaganda posters adorn the case along with photographs of women working in various factories, including Willow Run.
Each case is unique, and all the cases I use are vintage. Because they are vintage, they may show signs of wear. Sometimes clasps show wear, or if trim is painted, there may be some signs of wear there too. I think it adds to their charm and appeal, as each case tells a story. I am always looking for new cases, so my stock of available cases is always changing as they're sold and more come in.
I use my cases in my vintage travel trailer whenever I'm out with Sisters on the Fly or Tin Can Tourists. One holds my first aid items, one holds make-up and one holds all our lights for our vintage travel trailer when they're not in use. Use your imagination, be unique ... have fun!
Check out the train cases we have listed, and check back often as there are several more "in the works".