For that #girlboss who is taking on the world, this gift set treats her with a few trinkets she'll need as she hustles and kicks butt. Perfect for graduations, job promotions or leaps of faith.
"Be The Girl Who Decided To Go For It" Make-up Bag by Sweet Water Decor - This motivational makeup bag adds a boost of inspiration to the Girl Boss' morning routine. This cosmetic bag includes a hand lettered design and stylish gold zipper, and at 8x9 is large enough for all of your essentials!
Gold Foil Notebook by Sweet Water Decor - Your favorite Girl Boss can write down all of her goals and dreams in this gold foil "Notes" spiral notebook. Chic, stylish, and easy to write on, there's no better place to jot down to do lists and big dreams! Gold foil hand lettered design, 100 college ruled pages, 2.5x9" hard cover notepad.
Girl Boss Pencil Series by Ruff House Art - So she has a daily reminder to get out there and take on the world, this set of 8 unsharpened pencils with motivational "girl power" sayings is a must for all those girl bosses out there. Hand Gold Foil Stamped, Non-smear Erasers, No. 2 Graphite Cedar.
Pair this gift set with our "Adventure Awaits" or "Dream Big" greeting cards made by E. Frances Paper, or choose any one of our other beautiful cards by choosing "Add-Ons" on this page.
Why we love this set: As fellow #girlbosses, we are big fans of anything that reminds us who runs the world. For the girl who is always on the go, this make-up bag is lightweight but large enough to hold all of the essentials, and the notepad is a must to jot down notes, to-dos or contact info for that next great opportunity.
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5% of the sales price of this gift set goes back to She's the First, a non-profit organization fighting gender inequality through education by supporting girls who will be the first in their families to graduate high school.