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Purse Bling and a discount for you!

I generally try to keep my blog about paper crafting and my music post on Saturdays, but I decided I had to share this with you. I found a company where I love the product and, even better, I was impressed with their customer service.

I saw a review of the Purseket Purse Organizer from Purse Bling on another blog and had to check it out. The purse I am currently using has a dark colored interior and hardly any pockets. I can never find what I am looking for unless I practically dump the entire purse. After looking at the pictures and reading customer reviews, I ordered one (in a light color) for my purse.

It shipped the same day and was on my door step in no time. I immediately dumped out my purse and put my Kleenex, gum, aspirin, Epi pen, pens, check book, lipstick, etc. in my new purse organizer and slipped it into my purse. I have to say I LOVE IT! I can find anything I am looking for so easily now. See that loop on the top? I love that feature. You slip your keys over the stiff loop of fabric and they are easy to find when you need them.

Although I don’t frequently switch purses, I love the fact that when I do, all I have to do is pull out my purse organizer and slip it into my new bag to be ready to go.

Purse Bling carries several brands of purse organizers. Each brand comes in various sizes and colors. Be sure to read the FAQ’s so that you get one the correct size for your purse.

I always have a problem finding my cell phone in my purse. By the time I dig it out, I almost always miss the call. While looking at the Purse Bling web site, I saw they had “Finders for Cell-Phones”. You got it; I bought one of those too. (Actually, I purchased a monogram key finder and they altered it free of charge to be a phone finder.) I love this too! No more digging through my purse trying to find my ringing cell phone.

I was so pleased with my purchases that I placed a second order for another purse organizer, in a different size, to use in the tote bag I take when I work out. I know I am going to be doing some Christmas shopping at Purse Bling.

Purse Bling’s products are not limited to purse organizers and key/cell-phone finders. They carry a lot of other products like purse hooks, Pish Posh Mommy Stuff, luggage tags, and eyeglass holders just to name a few.

Now, if you stuck with me through this entire blog post, I have a little treat for you. Jerilyn Stein, President of Purse Bling, gave me a discount code to share with my blog readers. If you use the discount/promo code of STAMPS during check out, you will get a 10% discount off your order. (Offer valid through March 31, 2012) Purse Bling offers FREE SHIPPING on all orders over $9.95 (to USA and US territories)! Click HERE to go to Purse Bling! Don’t forget to use the discount code of STAMPS for your 10% discount.


Arabella said…
This looks pretty cool Cheryl! I might have to investigate! Thanks for sharing!

Pat (mspfd) said…
Thanks for sharing this very useful idea.
This is great!!! Glad you shared about it!!!!

Sad thing for me is I don't carry a purse, but it looks like a great idea :)

Marianne said…
I knew they existed but had no idea where to them or that there were so many varieties. Thanks for the link and managing to get a discount for us all. ;-)
Karin said…
Thanks for sharing about this cool item...I love gadget-y things :)
Anne Marie said…
Ok, this looks pretty cool! I'm going to check it out. Thanks for sharing! :)

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