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Clever Handbag Storage Guide Using Subscription Boxes

November 15, 2017

You can still have a tidy closet — even if handbags are your weakness. For many women, this fashionable accessory is an integral part of their brand.

 

With so many shapes and sizes, it can be a difficult task to keep them organized and protected. In each shipment from Leader Ship Box, subscribers receive a handbag, professional development book, and other surprise items in our beautifully designed subscription box delivered 4 times per year. 

 

 

 

In recognition of America Recycles Day- Keep America Beautiful, we've provided this step by step guide on how to use your Leader Ship Box to organize and store your new handbags.

 

Step 1: 

 

Photograph your handbag and print out images. We suggest you print photos by creating a single page of the images- printing them once. This will eliminate paper waste and ink usage. Once the images are printed, use scissors to cut. 

 

 

 

 

Step 2: 

 

 

 

With a dry cloth, wipe off any dust or dirt from the handbag. If you have a dust cover, please place the handbag inside that before closing the lid.

 

Step 3:

 

 

 

Once the handbags are inside each box, using tape add the corresponding images to the outside of the box. 

Step 4:

 

 

Once the handbags and images are properly placed, nicely store boxes in your closet with images facing outward so that you can easily view them. 

 

If you have other suggestions on storing handbags and recycling subscription boxes, please leave them in the comment section below. 

 

To subscribe to Leader Ship Box, please visit this link.

 

 

 

More on National America Recycles Day

Each year on November 15, millions of people across the United States take part in America Recycles Day, a day which was created to raise awareness about recycling and the purchasing of recycled products.

 

 

 

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