Friday, January 4, 2013

Purse Organization: Card Wallet!

I have trouble finding the things I need when shopping. I don't know how many times I've gotten to the store and couldn't find a rewards card or coupon I planned to use.

So while organizing my purse this week, I had an idea. I used a little beauty bag that came with a sample set (my mom sends me these all the time- I love using them!). This one was really small so I hadn't figured out what I wanted to do with it.



I saw the keyring and knew it'd work for all the loyalty cards I have! I had to change the ring to a normal keyring so the cards would be able to move, but it worked out really well. I put my coupons inside (and the bigger rewards cards and giftcards).

Now it'll be easy to grab at the checkout. I can also put all the receipts inside as I shop on errand day and balance the checkbook at the end of the day.

8 comments:

  1. Just did this, thanks to you! I can't tell you how many times I've run into the store with just my coin purse (contains my debit/credit cards and cash) and wished I had my loyalty cards. Now I can lighten my load and have everything I need!

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    1. I'm so glad it helped you out :)

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  2. Not a bad idea at all. A couple of years ago hubby bought me a really nice wallet at Sears with lots of compartments and spaces for cards. I really like it.

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    1. I'm still on the search for the perfect wallet. Everything I find is either too bulky or not organized enough. I'm jealous you found something that works :)

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  3. I like that idea! I even have that exact bag!

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    1. Got to love the samples bags :) My mom shares hers any time she gets Clinique :)

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  4. I do something similar. Except I just have a clear plastic zipper purse I put my ID in or money or coupons depending on what I doing or where I am going. Then I have one of those clips and I clip it to my belt loops so I don't lose it out of my pocket. Works great for amusement parks and such.

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    1. That is a great idea for amusement parks! I hate to have to carry tons of stuff there.

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