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When you look at the photo of these 3 packing cubes, don't they look like they are made of cloth, or at least faux cloth that looks like Harris Tweed? And that they look sturdy enough to stand up on their own, just like the photo, even when empty? Wrong on both counts, I'm afraid. Those were my conclusions too, but when I opened my purchase I was truly shocked to see this cheap looking, --- and obviously very cheaply made,--- plastic junk. They look like they cost not more than a couple of bucks to make. The plastic itself feels papery and it is so thin you can see through it! Honestly. I am not exaggerating. And of course, they collapse when empty like a burst balloon. I have seen better looking stuff at a dime store. Truly I have. I am still shocked that I spent nearly $50 on this utterly tacky rubbish, and I would not insult a new mother by giving it as a gift. I would have sent it back immediately by the next post except that I do not have a printer, and have no way to print out Amazon's return label, so I'm stuck with them. (Just by-the-by, perhaps Amazon should look into another way for returns for people who don't have a printer.) I was doubly shocked really, as a short time ago, I purchased the Itzy Ritzy Paci Pod Charm, which holds 2 pacifiers, or coins, or lip balm etc., and it really is made of what looks and feels like Harris Tweed, trimmed with latte coloured leather, (or faux leather most likely), with a cute latte and cream tassel for the "gold" zip, and a ritzy "gold" clip to clip onto your purse. I was delighted with it; it's such a cute and well designed little piece. So these packing cubes were a huge disappointment when my expectations were larger versions of the Itzy Ritzy I had already purchased. I truly feel that I have been conned by this company, and a casualty of their false advertising.