Thank You to everyone who added their name to our e-mail list and thus entering the latest Handbag Giveaway for the Baggallini zipper bag (click on bag photo to enter). 👜 We will give the bag away soon on the first day of Spring. Positive, warmer seasonal change will be in the air soon! 🌼🌷
By the way, we just launched the all black package of Purse Gummy® strips for sale on Amazon.com, which you can check out here.
We had previously only offered that color package exclusively on Ebay or our website.
We have had a tremendous response to this offer as the black color is very popular.
There are no constants... change is contunual.
Sometimes we plan out our lives—our days, our weeks, our years—and everything falls into place. But other times, we make our plans, only to have them upended by circumstances outside of our control.
Either way, the only constant is change. Life never remains the same. Sometimes it changes for the better, sometimes it changes for the worse, but always for something different than today. We are always hoping for positive change, which is undoubtedly the best attitude to carry going forward. 🙏
Entrepreneurship has produced positive change in our lives and we are forever grateful to our customers for their support and encouragement. 🛍️
We have been overwhelmed with customer support. Our small company gets so many positive e-mails and Amazon product reviews, which we are extremely grateful for. It is very encouraging.. especially on these brutal winter days!
We must apologize in advance, as we have been intermittently sold out of Strap Gummy and Purse Gummy products on Amazon. This is due to a minor delay with our supplier, but we are working those issues out. It is a lesson learned. If something that is important to you is working in your life, then don't neglect it, don't assume a process is running smoothly. Nourish your vision, focus on it to get the results your want! Thanks so much and stay warm!
MY company / ABOUT ME
The Purse Gummy® accessory was invented and designed by me, Karen, a mother of 3 who was annoyed by her bag slipping off her shoulder. I experienced the common problem of "bag slippage" for many years, and always wondered "Why doesn't someone invent something to prevent this problem?" One day it hit me, since I had a basic conceptual idea of how to prevent the problem by creating simple friction, that maybe I should tackle the issue with my product design!