celebrate in style
Did you know that Thirty-One Gifts has Halloween Themed designs and bags you can purchase? These are great for trick or treating and your next Halloween party. Thanks to Thirty-One for sending me these beautiful bags to share with you. My opinions are my own and may differ from yours. Check out how I used the bags that Thirty-One Halloween bags.
Now through September 30th, you can save 40% on Halloween Styles. Save on the Cinch Sacs and Little Carry-All Caddies in the Lil’ Bones and Playful Pumpkin. Plus, personalization on the Lil’ Bones and Playful Pumpkin Cinch Sacs is also 40% off through the end of September!
We are preparing for Halloween for my son. When he saw that I got this skeleton cinch sac, he wanted it. It glows in the dark (he tested it out)! This sack is perfect for him to take his costume into school. Everything fits perfectly in there. No worrying about it falling out because the strings pull together closing the top. No worrying about it ripping like a plastic bag.
He can also put any Halloween goodies he gets in class in the bag and bring it home.
The little carry-all and All-In Organizer with the Frankenstein embroidery on them are perfect for taking snacks into school. I used one for apples and vampire teeth. The mini bag I used for a big bag of candy. You have to have a little sweet with your healthy right? The side pockets are perfect for those items you need to have at your finger tips.
Be sure to contact your Thirty-One consultant or if you do not have a consultant, find a local consultant to have a party or place an order.
About Thirty-One Gifts
Did you know that Thirty-One Gifts is named after Proverbs 31 from the Bible? It describes the attributes and the important of a “virtuous women.” Thirty-One has a mission to help women by giving them the opportunity to own their own business. Cindy Monroe, the found, started Thirty-One in her basement in 2003. The company now has grown to now have more than 1,000 employees. There are over 69,000 independent sales consultants in the U.S. and Canada.