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Soapbox Bags Jewelry Roll



Hey Neighbors!

Here is a product I have used on my trip, that I just had to share with you.  It is a jewelry roll from Soapbox Bags.  Now, I will tell you up front, I do not wear alot of jewelry, but when I travel I needed a safe way to carry what I do wear.  So of course on our Texas/New Mexico Trip I was extremely pleased to get a chance to review a Soapbox Bags Jewelry Roll.  I really like it!

Isn't this pretty!

Here you can see the inside.

Snaps to hold necklaces.
I chose the Purple Asian.  It is really quite pretty.  I really like the color and design.  Soapbox Bags Jewelry Rolls come in 5 different colors/designs.  You can purchase one of these for $25.99.  This is perfect, at least for me it has been to be able to carry my jewelry safely, and all in one place.  I was so tired of trying to decide where to put my rings and such to keep them safe while on a trip.  I actually lost one because I sat it beside my laptop, and then somehow when we were all done packing to leave the next day, I forgot all about it, until after we returned home.  I made sure to go through everything carefully and even called the hotel, but it disappeared.  Now I have a convenient place to store my rings and such.

A soft tube to hold rings and a zippered pocket for bracelets, etc.

See how nicely it arranges everything?
This would make a great gift for any woman who travels, even occasionally.  Nice for use at home too, as you can safely store this in a drawer or on a shelf.

This is for earrings, but I personally don't wear any.
About Soapbox Bags:

SOAPBOX BAGS Founder Sara Newman
spent decades as a fashion model working on assignments that took her around the globe. After lugging bags full of makeup and supplies to various exotic destinations, she discovered that there was a serious lack of well designed cosmetics cases on the market... Her inspiration came while working in Japan where she noticed that the makeup artists kept their supplies meticulously sorted in black lacquer “bento” style boxes. She was struck by their simple design that beautifully organized every brush, lipstick, pencil and compact. After returning home to Venice, CA, she combed through L.A.’s vintage stores (and her Mother’s closet) finding further inspiration in classic 1950’s, ‘60’s and ‘70’s purses and beauty cases. Using her sense of style, her Harvard education, and help from her friends and ever patient husband, Sara named her vision Soapbox Bags. Today, Soapbox Bags offers a range of perfectly practical travel bags, handbags, totes and cosmetics cases that are fantastically fun, affordable, durable and stylish!


Ready to go!
Soapbox Bags has many other GREAT travel items available, including some gorgeous matching sets.  Be sure to stop by Soapbox Bags and see just what they have.  You can find Soapbox Bags on Facebook and Twitter.

Disclosure:I received no monetary compensation for this post.  I did receive a Jewelry Roll for review purposes. All quotes in red are taken from the sponsor's website or email.  All thoughts and opinions are mine.

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