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Peapod Pouch from Redbubble

Peapod pouch from Redbubble

I ordered one of the new studio pouches from my Redbubble shop a few weeks ago and it arrived on Monday. I got it because there was a 20% discount running and my Peapod design looked cute and I wanted to see what they were like.


Because of that, I didn’t really check the details. If I had looked at this image, I might not have been surprised at quite how massive it is! I was imagining something pencil case sized, but it’s much bigger and can easily fit a Kindle, small tablet or probably all the pens I own. You could even add a wristlet to the zip and use it as a clutch bag.

Peapod pouch from Redbubble

This is actually the small size too – you can get an even bigger one! I’m thinking this is going to be handy for travel so I can keep things together instead of rummaging around in my suitcase. It’s really well made with a metal zip and fully lined inside. The print is nice and bright and just a little blurry on the details, as always happens when printing on fabric.

Peapod pouch from Redbubble

You can pick one up in my Redbubble shop with a bunch of cute designs. The small size is about £14.50 and the large £16.50 so they’re not cheap, but they look like they’ll last a long time and there are always discounts to hold out for.


Hello! I’m Marceline Smith, the designer and owner of Asking For Trouble. I create illustrated stationery, accessories and gifts using my cute characters inspired by Japanese kawaii. This is my business and personal blog where I write about my creative doings, inspirations, travels, Japan trips and daily life. Read more »

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