Feb 3, 2011

Saky Sacks review

   Are you worried about what plastic bags are doing to our land and water?  Plastic bags that get thrown down on the ground and end up in our oceans and become entangled around innocent animal life causing them to die pitiful deaths.  I am very concerned with this problem and with the problem of littering also. 
  When Saky Sacks allowed me to review one of their bags I was delighted!  I have been needing an alternative to plastic grocery sacks and these bags are great!  I reviewed the City Saky Bouquet Bag.  This bag is full of color and a bright delight.  It can easily carry 25 lbs while the interior clasp keeps the contents secure.  It has an 
 inside pocket and is machine washable.

  Saky Sacks began when Rupa Wickrama was looking for a meaningful change in her life and saw a niche for fashionable shopping bags.  Unable to find a multi-purpose bag that was both functional and stylish, she decided to design her own.  With the intent to create a tasteful and affordable collection of bags that would become an indispensable accessory for women everywhere, Saky Sacks was founded in 2009.

Rupa’s inspiration for the Saky Sacks designs come from her travels around the world and her extensive collection of tribal textiles and rugs.
  Here are a few of the adorable Saky Sacks that you can purchase on their website for around $25.00 (prices do vary with size).

  I was really amazed at the size of the bag.  It will really hold a lot of items.  Plus, it is so pretty.  When you are not using your sack just roll it up and clasp it together for easy storing.

  Saky Sacks are as concerned about our planet as much as we are.  They are proud to support Oceans Futures Society, an organization whose mission is to explore global oceans and inspire and educate people on acting responsibly for its protection. Saky Sacks will donate 10% of the net proceeds from website sales of the Spotty Saky to Ocean Futures. For more information, visit http://www.oceanfutures.org/.

If you are like me and want to do everything you can to help with the plastic problems that are hurting our enviroment and you would like to own one of these lovely bags, then please contact Saky Sacks website to see where they are sold near you.   You can also order them online.  I know you will love your bag as much as I do mine.
I was not compensated in any way except for receiving a Saky Sack for review.
The opinions of this product are strictly my own.


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  2. what a cute idea for a company! Those are great!


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