Sherri Noel of Rebecca Mae Designs designed this bag to hold her coupons in an organized and easy-to-access way. At first glance it looks like a clutch bag, but there is a strap, among many other thoughtful and well planned features such as:
- 2″ of gusset depth for coupons
- front pocket for grocery list, loyalty cards and “valid today only” coupons
- back pocket secures a checkbook and calculator
- pen sleeve
- lobster clasp for keys and shopping cards
- hang from the seat of a shopping cart
This coupon organizer measures approximately 8.5″ wide x 6″ high x 2″ deep. A flap closure keeps everything covered. I might make this out of oilcloth, vinyl, or laminated cotton. (Shopping carts can be so dirty!)
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