Verdiva makes eco-friendly bags from sturdy DuPont Tyvek fabric. Their fashionable bags are the perfect replacement for plastic shopping bags or boring cloth bags. The totes are light-weight, sturdy, and machine washable. They come in a variety of prints and aren't just for groceries. They can be used as a cool accessory for the gym, running errands and for those times when Moms just need an extra bag!
Going green means finding ways to protect the planet in our everyday lives. I've been on a mission to make each area of my life environmentally-friendly. My family grows organic fruits and veggies and I even started my own line of natural and organic bath and beauty products. I love "going green", but I haven't been good about bringing my own reusable bags when I go shopping. I always seem to forget, or don't have enough bags to cover the shopping trip. That all changed when I was introduced to Verdiva Bags! Verdiva provides a great way to go green and preserve the environment with their cool, attractive bags.
From the moment I saw these attractive bags, I was head-over-heels IN LOVE! Verdiva bags are bright, colorful and totally durable. The best part? They're designed to compactly fit into a secret pouch sewn inside the bag. Once compressed, you can easily fit several of them into your purse. Yet when fully open, Verdiva Bags are large and strong enough to hold your favorite groceries and supplies.
There's nothing more convenient than having Eco-friendly, reusable bags that are easy to carry. For some reason, I always forget my cloth grocery bags when I make a trip to the store. Since Verdiva Bags are lightweight and fold compactly, they offer a simplistic way to keep bags with you at all times. Let me show you how it works!
Here's the secret pouch on the inside.
This is how it folds.
You simply take the fabric and press it into the little pouch. Small, compact and easy to carry.
Nicole from Organic Sunshine is hosting a Giveaway of three (3) Verdiva Bags for one lucky winner!
Nicole is a busy wife, mom and entrepreneur. She's the founder of both Organic Sunshine (A Green Mom's Blog) and It's the Balm, an Eco-friendly company that handcrafts natural and organic bath and beauty products.
See more of her posts at organicsunshine.net.