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Mollie Ollie Mimmo Caddy - Organizational Gift



Hey neighbors!!

I LOVE the Mimmo Caddy (29.97) from Mollie Ollie.  It is a perfect changing station for babies, a travel organizer for baby's supplies, an art tote, cosmetic organizer, or a tote for whatever you might want to organize.  I wish every one of you could actually touch this tote and see how well made it is.


The Mimmo is made of a  5mm heavy duty quality felt material.  It has two dividers for the large compartment that can be moved around to where you need them.  Need it just divided in two, just use one of the dividers.  There are pockets around the outside of the tote for extra storage, as well as a zippered pocket on one end, that has loops inside to help organize your belongings.  It has two handles to make it easy to tote it wherever you need it.


Know an expectant mom?  Create a holiday basket for the newborn.  Grab a Mimmo Caddy, put in diapers, wipes, lotions or creams, powder, a pacifier, a thermometer, nail clippers, baby brush....  Know someone who knits or crochets?  Fill the center with yarn, add crochet hooks or knitting needles in the outer pockets, add a pair of scissors,...  How about a teenage girl?  Fill with cosmetics and hair care products, add a comb or brush, some barrettes or hair clips...  A young couple or even older couple?  Place a few DVD's in the center, add a few snacks, maybe a card game, a word find book with a couple pens... A beach fanatic? Throw in some flip flops, a small towel, sunscreen, sunglasses, a favorite book or magazine, wipes for cleaning hands....  I am sure you can come up with several more great gift ideas.


I am going to set this one up for my daughter who dabbles in calligraphy and fancy script.  I purchased some blank cards and envelopes along with a small calligraphy kit.  I will also be throwing in some special pens and markers.  Then she can carry her caddy with her and it will make clean up quick and easy.

You could even set one of these up for the man in your life.  Keep it in the living room.  Put a good book or magazine inside, place the remote in an outside pocket, add a pen or two, a favorite snack, reading glasses, he will have a place to put his wallet, cell phone, even keys if needed.  My husband is constantly misplacing his, and this would give him somewhere specific to put them.


So go visit the Mollie Ollie site and then follow them on their social media.
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So great to see you today, where neighbors share!!


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