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Summer and Saltwater Canvas


Hi Neighbors!

What a great weekend we had!  We grilled out Friday, Saturday was just a laze around home day and Sunday after church we went down to a lake and my husband and children went canoeing while I took pictures!  Well, I want to take some time and share another super summer product with you.  It is perfect for toting around your picnic or beach supplies.  It is the Whale Bag from Saltwater Canvas.






We have used it recently on a trip to Chicago.  My daughters packed their hotel fun supplies int it.  Books, coloring books, crayons, nail polish, and many other things.  I could not believe how much they managed to put in the Whale Bag.  We were only going away for 3 days, but I think they packed enough for a week or two!



Saltwater Canvas carries a variety of useful bags and totes.  They have many sizes available.  The bags are made of a heavy non-fade furniture mesh.  It is really sturdy.  The nice thing is, you can take it anywhere and then hose it down, or wash it.  Beach sand all over the bag?  Hose it off.  Dirty sports shoes, towels etc.?  Hose it off or wash it.  Need a shower bag that can go with you to the gym?  Saltwater Canvas has what you need.



The Whale Bag has 9 big pockets for carrying your needs.  There is also a special zippered pocket inside for keys, cell phone or wallet.  A snap hook is included for glasses or keys.  The bag is 15" tall with a 15" x 12" oval base.  You have 10 colors to choose from.  Remember the bag is machine washable, but hang it out to dry.



These bags can be used for a variety of purposes.  I have already come up with reasons to purchase another couple.  I could really use a slightly smaller bag than the Whale Bag for our dog items when they travel with us.  Maybe the Dolphin Bag would work for that.  Of course a couple of the shower bags would be great for when we go camping.  A minnow would work for taking a few supplies with us in the canoe.



Saltwater Canvas bags would make a great gift idea for anyone with young children.  Or maybe your spouse when they go to the gym to workout.  I am thinking they would also work well for high school and college students.  What would you use a Saltwater Canvas Bag for?  One of you will be able to find out, because Saltwater Canvas has agreed to give the winner of this giveaway a Whale Bag.  How is that for great news?


Be sure to enter and then share this giveaway!  Thanks for stopping by!  Hope you are having a super day today!





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Comments

Linda K. said…
I like the blue with green stripes.
So many fun colors--hard choice. I think I would choose the purple.
Kayla said…
I would choose the hot pink with black straps!
Linda Szymoniak said…
If I'm lucky enough to win, I'd pick the Whale Mesh Beach Bag * Bright Blue * Bright Green
rubynreba said…
I like the bright blue and bright green.
DEBIJOT said…
I like the sage with pine straps.
Patricia N said…
I like the Bright Blue with Bright Green
I would choose the Whale Mesh Beach Bag * Hot Pink * Black Straps

DG Middendorf said…
Bright Blue * Bright Green
Jessica said…
I love the Bright Blue, Bright Green combination. Thank you so much for the wonderful giveaway! girlygirlugh at gmail dot com
Leela said…
Whale Mesh Beach Bag * Black * Black Straps.

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