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Tomboy Tools for Girls

Hey Neighbors!

I think these are perfect for my family!  The girls and I are always, hanging a picture, tightening a screw or working out in the yard.  Having a set of these tools would keep us from constantly raiding my husband's toolbox and would definitely keep the males from borrowing ours.  They are PINK!  Hope's Cafe reviewed these items and I am seriously considering these.  Read the review and see what you think.


As we're nearing the end of our Sprucing Up For Spring event, I have to tell you that I really, really enjoyed the opportunity to review this company's products! Tomboy Tools specializes in tools for women-be it tool kits, garden tools, power tools, plumbing, auto, etc. they have a wonderful selection of tools for women. And the best part-you don't have to worry about hubby or son taking off with them, because they're pink! Yes, I said pink tools!

I received the Garden Bucket set and Tomboy Traveler set for my review. The Garden Bucket was quickly claimed by M, the youngest-she loves to garden, and always enjoys the planting, caring, and gathering in her bounty. 



As of yet, it's still a bit too cold for her to plant (would you believe we had snow and hail a couple days ago?), but she did use the garden snips already to trim our rose bushes that look on the verge of death, but always grow back over the spring and summer.



The Garden Bucket set comes with a 2-gallon bucket, a transplanting shovel, cultivator, gloves that have a rubber grip, and knee pads. This would be the perfect Mother's Day gift for any mom who loves to garden!






The Tomboy Traveler is a set that I claimed for myself (although I have had some children borrowing various tools-and  make sure they bring them right back!). The kit includes a magnetic head hammer, 16' tape measure, multi-bit ratchet screwdriver, pliers, quick changing utility knife, torpedo level, rubber grip gloves, safety glasses, sanding block and carpenter's pencil, all stored in a zipper-closure wide-mouth canvas bag. 




Seriously, I love these tools! I have used them so many times for something as simple as hanging a picture or fastening down our landscaping fabric, to building a new piece of furniture or measuring our dojang floor for matting.








As you can see, Tomboy Tools were quite the hit with the girls in our family. We love that they're "girly" and chic, making you feel feminine even while working, and of course, not having to worry about the guys taking off with your tools is the best! Check out Tomboy Tools today, and see if you don't fall in love with their one-of-a-kind pink tools!

I hope you enjoyed this review from Hope's Cafe.  This is one I wish was a giveaway!  enjoy your weekend.  See you tomorrow!

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