The Everyday Tote by Built NY: Review and Giveaway.

When you are a person on the go, which I am guessing a lot of you are, it helps to have things in your possession that will make the everyday on-the-go activities a little bit more fun.  I have found a bag that does just that!  It’s the Everyday Tote by Built.  The Everyday Tote is a reusable shopping bag made for holding all of your daily essentials.  It folds flat when you aren’t using it, but when you are… oh my goodness, this little bag can hold a lot!!!

This is a crafter’s dream bag!  It’s made of neoprene, the same material that wet suits are made of, so it has some stretch.  The padded handles make it easy to hold, no matter what you are carrying.  Did I mention that it’s machine washable?  Yes ma’am, so spilled paint and Mod Podge cleans up in a snap.  You need this bag!

The kids and I went to the library a few weeks ago and I used my Everyday Tote to carry all of our books, CDs, and everything else that was due at the time.  When we unloaded it at the library I took a quick photo on my phone to show you how much we carried in it…pardon the blurriness.

It’s hard to tell from the photo, but there are several full sized picture books as well as DVDs, chapter books, audio books on cd, and play-aways.  That’s a whole lot to fit within the dimensions of this bag, which are W 15.75″ x H 14.8″ x D 5.7″ .  You can see that it comes in two adorable designs, black with white polka dots and magenta trim or lush flower and magenta trim.  There’s also a solid black option.  The price is right too at $29.99.  This is a bag that you will use again and again and again!

How would you like to win your very own Everyday Tote?  One of you will win an Everyday Tote in your choice of color.  Just enter through the Rafflecopter widget below.  Residents of the USA only, please. The winner will be notified by email.

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FTC regulations require that I disclose that I received the Everyday Tote for free in exchange for a review. All statements and opinions are my own.