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Pair Tree Products Review and Giveaway!

Hey Neighbors!

Here is another great review/giveaway from PI of Products.  Wait until you see what she reviewed from Pair Tree!  Read through and remember to enter the giveaway!

How is everyone doing?  This morning we had TKD class (we are starting to prep for Tournament) and then a couple of people came and picked up their puppies.  This afternoon I am investigating two very keen products from My Pair Tree

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The first, a My Pair Tree Flip-Flop Holder.  This is really nice, and great for anybody/family that has a lot of flip-flops, sandals, etc.  With having five girls in the family (and one that wears sandals, a lot) we have quite a few pairs of sandals and such. 

Is that neat or what?!?

The My Pair Tree is meant to hold up to 6 pairs of flip flops.  There are all sorts of different designs/prints to choose from on the website, I'm sure you will be able to find one you like!

I hung it near our back door!


The second product, is the Pack It & Stack It.  This is going to be a favorite of mine for while traveling, I can tell all ready!  The Pack It & Stack It is a space saving travel bag.  You place your clothing inside the bag, slide your zipper clip (included) across the top to close it, and then flatten the bag by squeezing out the extra air. 



What makes this different from other "space saving bags"?  I'll tell you why - There is no vacuum needed, just squeeze!  It reusable, just save and use again and again!  There is a double seal closure with a zipper clip, no more fighting to make sure you actually zipped it shut! 



And after...  Look at the difference!

 



These products are well worth purchasing.  I have a feeling my sister is going to try and steal my Pack It & Stack Its!  You can either try and win a My Pair Tree Flip-Flop holder here, or if you just can't wait that long you can purchase both the flip-flop holder and the Pack-It & Stack It on the My Pair Tree website.

I am thinking I could use both if these.  My husband could definitely use the Pack-It and Stack-It because he always packs more than he needs.  Then with summer fast approaching and Flip Flop season upon us, with 8 in the family I am sure the Flip Flop Holder would be great!

Enter the giveaway and see you soon!


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Comments

Marti Tabora said…
I like the Green – Pink flip flop holder. They certainly do have a lot of designs to choose from.
Kayla said…
I like Pink and White Dot!
scottsgal said…
I like the hot pink, pink and green pattern
Angela Saver said…
I'd choose the Pink and White Dot!

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