Thirty-One Gifts Debuts Holiday-Themed Products

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Thirty-One Gifts is brightening up the holidays with new patterns and sparkling new seasonal personalization in a collection of holiday products, unveiled in their 2015 Holiday Gift Guide.

Thirty-One Gifts, one of the world’s largest direct sales companies, is brightening up the holidays with new patterns and sparkling new seasonal personalization in a collection of holiday products, unveiled in their 2015 Holiday Gift Guide. The guide includes items available for a limited time, and products will be available for order now through January 31, 2016.

There are 15 special holiday items in the guide, including:

  • Gather Together Apron – Available in two styles – Snowflake and Natural – on durable canvas fabric that can be personalized with embroidery, this cheery apron is a great gift for the baker or cook in your life and is perfect for holiday baking!
  • Timeless Memory Pouches – These festive holiday bag sets include one large pouch and one small pouch, each with a drawstring closure in cute holiday prints that make gifts more memorable.
  • Perfect Bottle Thermal – This fashionable reusable thermal bottle holder is a popular gift for a party hostess, co-worker or any special occasion where you need to keep delicious beverages cool.

Other Thirty-One holiday products in cheerful seasonal patterns include the Large Utility Tote, Icon Coin Purse, Littles Carry-All Caddy, Medium Thermal Zipper Pouch, Zipper Pouch and Mini Zipper Pouch.

New holiday embroidery includes six new personalization options, including Santa Stamp, Snowflake with Initial, Wreath with Initial, Stacked Monogram, Whimsical Trees, and Diamond Monogram. Thirty-One also is offering metallic thread for personalization in silver and gold.

“Metallics are a big trend right now, and our embroidery not only adds sparkle, but also allows customers to personalize gifts for an extra special, caring touch,” said Thirty-One Founder, President and CEO Cindy Monroe. “With our new products and new embroidery options, it’s a great time for our sales consultants to be able to help our customers find solutions for gift-giving, and an ideal time for women to join us as new consultants and earn extra money for the holidays and new year!”

All of Thirty-One Gifts’ holiday products are available at their website:

The holiday gifts are supplemental to Thirty-One Gifts’ new Fall-Winter Catalog, which includes many new products from their line of purses, wallets, totes, home organization solutions, thermal-insulated bags, travel essentials and more. The new catalog also includes Jewell by Thirty-One items, a line of fashion-forward premium faux leather purses, wallets and totes, as well as the JK by Thirty-One line of artisan jewelry. Customers must order by December 10 for delivery by Christmas.

“Our designers created a perfect balance for this season between new styles that are clean, sophisticated and fashionable, while still highly functional, which our customers love,” said Monroe. “Our new catalog makes it easy to shop too. It’s divided into three different chapters so women can shop for themselves, for their home and for their family.”

About Thirty-One Gifts
Thirty-One was founded by Cindy Monroe with a goal to provide women with a way to earn extra income that was fun, easy and rewarding, and would provide financial freedom. Today there are nearly 100,000 independent sales consultants throughout the U.S. and Canada who are running their own Thirty-One businesses. The starter kit for a new consultant is just $99 and can open the door to new opportunities, support, friendships and reward. Information is available at the website under Become a Consultant.

One of the strongest values at Thirty-One is giving back to the communities where its employees and sales consultants live and work by supporting three key pieces of their heart – girls, women and families. Since forming its philanthropic initiative, Thirty-One Gives, in 2012, the company has donated more than $80 million in product and cash to support the mission.

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