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Personalized Tote & Cosmetic Bag for #TravelingDays #Giveaway


Personalized gifts are great on so many levels and for so many reasons, but especially when it comes to travel gear. Hard to grab the wrong bag on the bus or the wrong suitcase in the airport if yours are personalized with your name or monogram! That's why I was excited when The Stationery Studio offered to send me one of their Navy Tote and Cosmetic Bag Sets for review during Traveling Days!

The bag is made of nylon, so it's very sturdy. The faux leather handles and zipper closure in brown add a classy contrasting look. I was surprised by how roomy the tote bag is; very deep, with plenty of room for even me to pack! We're actually heading to Kentucky on Monday, so I took a picture as I started my packing job.




The cosmetic bag is matching, right down to the faux leather (this time snap) closure, and the monogrammed front. Again, this is bigger than you'd think, more than enough to pack travel-sized hair and body care, or makeup and brushes.

Both of these bags are the kind of travel bags you actually enjoy using and carrying. I love how classy they look! And with the nylon they're easy care, you can just spot clean if anything spills. The monogram is the finishing touch on an already nice set of bags, and makes sure you won't ever mix up your bags again!


Stationery Studio is giving one of our readers a Tote/Cosmetic Bag Set!!
a Rafflecopter giveaway

Comments

Anonymous said…
I like the Design Your Own Personalized Tervis Water Bottle. Patricia
andrea v said…
I like the black with double hot pink roses bella rose infant gown
Angie Bailey said…
I also like the Metro Tote Bag.
DEBIJOT said…
I like the leather wrapped pen.
Marissa M said…
I like the Millie iPhone Hard Case
Jackie said…
I like the Signature Spa 6-Bar Soap Set
Karen said…
I love the Navy Bristol Tile iPad Cover.
Thanks,
karen
Danielle said…
I love the Personalized Canvas Tote!
Unknown said…
I like the Personalized Wine Barrel Accessory Set.
Christy DuBois said…
Oh I could spend a fortune. I love so many of their things. One item I would get for myself and as gifts is the acrylic monogram pierced earrings. Thanks so much.
scottsgal said…
I'd get one of the monogrammed pet bowls
scottsgal said…
I'd get one of the monogrammed pet bowls
Unknown said…

pink snuggle and satin blanket is a cute baby item.
M said…
Love the floral and manhattan leopard memo pads! So cute! Thanks for offering such a generous giveaway! -Makyla
carolwegs said…
I like the Bubblegum Polka Dot iPad Cover. Thanks for the chance
Kimberly said…
I really like the embossers. They look more "fancy" than your typical address stamp. The Parker is a cute design.
Unknown said…
I love the sports pub glasses
I love the Millie Glass Cutting Boards. They are so colorful.
Unknown said…
I would love to have the White Wood Sapphire Script Monogram Serving Tray Plus Wood Stand


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