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Saturday, January 10, 2009

Wahoo! I Won!

What a friend! After reading my post Handmade Gifts for All 2008, Tara at Feels Like Home suggested I enter my creations in a contest over at Foodie Mama.  And guess what!  I won a prize!  And it is sooo perfect for me.  

I won the Blue Avocado Cool Kit, a set of 5 reusable shopping bags that replace 13 plastic bags! I already use reusable shopping bags everywhere I go (even the mall!) but these add so much to my arsenal and I am so excited.  

The Cool Kit includes:
  • 1 "pak" (carry-all) bag
  • 1 "gro" (multi-use) bag
  • 1 "chil" (insulated) bag
  • 2 "veg" (produce) bags
Here is a photo of the kit straight from the Blue Avocado site:

Aren't they gorgeous?  

And the site... wow.  So much helpful information on  storing the kit compactly, growing the kit later and remembering your bags when you leave the house.  I am thoroughly impressed and just so thrilled to have won this prize.

Thank you, Foodie MamaBlue Avocado and Tara from Feels Like Home.

4 comments:

Corina - Down to Earth Mama said...

Oh, they are beautiful! My reusable bags are falling apart. These almost look to pretty to use the way I beat them up though.

Tara @ Feels like home said...

Did you get it yet? I can't wait to see some actual photos. I think these bags are just gorgeous, and I'm really wanting to get some of my own. :)

Andrea Diuguid said...

I received them yesterday but have had the stomach bug so they are still in the box! Will post pics as soon as I can.

Paige Davis said...

Hi everyone! Thanks for all of your wonderful feedback. We are so thrilled you like the bags. We feel lucky to have such savvy women such as yourself sporting the bags around! Would love to share our discount code of blogluv5 valid for 5% discount off orders of $60.

We heart you:-) paige@blueavocado...

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