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What you can win: A "Hot Pink Heidi Camino Sans" clutch purse, with clever hidden trash container and compartments for all of your diabetes gear!
Made possible by: Monica Vesci (http://www.monicavesci.com/)
Why you want this: My love for Monica Vesci clutches is well documented:
"What I like about this bag: it's sneaky in that it doesn't look like a diabetes bag, it's clearly very well-made (it actually reminds me, in terms of design, construction, and quality, of a Coach bag), it has appropriately-sized pockets and loops, and the sharps container is pretty genius. While I personally would prefer the outer material to be a bit more sturdy/stiff (it softens up a tad with use), I suppose that's a good thing for when you need to cram a bunch of stuff in there. It's a very roomy bag that is even long enough to hold a Dexcom G4 sensor still in its packaging - impressive!"
- Handheld Bag with Zipper, Interior Round Zip Pocket Includes Removable 50ml Sharps Container with Screw Lid
- Interior Insulin Penholder Sleeve
- Two Interior Slip Pockets for Meters, Test Strips, Lancets, Glucose Tabs, CGM or Other Supplies
- Interior Zippered Pocket with Two Slots, One for Credit Card another for Small Supplies like Batteries, Lancets and Insulin Pen Needle Heads
- Treated Cotton Canvas Exterior with Metallic Leather Trim
- Embossed Signature on Natural Cowhide
- 100% Polyester Wipe Clean Lining
- Chevron Pattern Placement May Vary from Sample Shown
- 11.75"L x 3.5"W x 6"H
- Designed in Denmark | Manufactured in U.S.A.
To enter today's contest: Use the Rafflecopter widget below to enter today's contest. There are a lot of ways to earn entries into today's contest:
- You will earn one entry by leaving a comment on this blog post (this is required to enter the contest), telling me how and/or where you'd use your Camino Sans clutch.
- You can earn TWO entries by sharing a photo on Instagram or Twitter, using the hashtag #GiveAllTheThings, of your "test strip graveyards". Per Monica: "I would love for contestants to submit photos of their used test strip and/or needle graveyards at the bottom of their bags, pockets, on their desk after they empty out the contents of their bags, etc. I would love to see more real life photos showing why people want and need the Camino Clutch and how it can help solve their graveyard problem, so to speak."
- You may also earn an additional entry for liking the Monica Vesci Facebook page, and one for following her on Twitter.
This means you can have up to FIVE entries total!
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