Monday, July 27, 2009
There are pretty flowers other than daisies, right? Check out how adorable these carnations are. They've been embellished with a very small rhinestone in the center. How cute would this be in pictures?!? This one is $3.50 and comes on an alligator clip. Can be worn alone, or clipped onto a crochet headband. Item Number F7
adorable "hair pretties" are what first stole the hairbow heart of Carah. These are her specialty, as these are the first hair bows she made for Kena. These can be made in any color combination you can think of, and make any outfit a show stopper! Just let us know what colors you would like! These are cute alone, or worn in pigtails (my personal fave). These are $3 for one, or a pair for $5. (Blue/white K5, Yellow/Teal K6, Pink/White K7, Yellow/White K8)
These are where it all began for Rita. She was a fan of the big daisies from day one with little Addie. :) These are all $3.50 each, and come on a covered alligator clip. They can be worn alone, or on a crochet headband. These have been worn and loved by our newborn, infant, and toddler. However, we're sure older girls would look fantastic as well! Item Number (clockwise from top left) F1, F2, F3, F4, F5 and F6.
These pigtail daisies are just the cutest. We would never have thought of doing this without the suggestion of our sister, Sarah. Super simple, but they take a cute outfit from cute to just adorable. These have been very popular! At only $3 a pair, it's no wonder everyone loves them! Item number (clockwise from top right) PD1, PD2 and PD3.
Sunday, July 26, 2009
These are some of my favorites. They are so cute on toddlers, and older girls too. Or, you can attach a single bow to a headband for babies as well! $5.00 per pair. Or, you can purchase 3 or more pairs for $4.00/pr.
Friday, July 24, 2009
2 1/2 years ago, a little princess named Makena Lee entered the world with a head full of hair. Makena rarely left the house without a "hair pretty" in her hair. Makena's mama, Carah, searched high and low for that extra-special bow, and soon realized that good bows were hard to come by. So, she stared making her own. A couple years later, Carah's sister, Rita, learned she too would be having a little girl. Putting their creative talents to good use, the two sisters began making hairbows together. After a few requests from family and friends, they decided they would make a go of selling these bows to other mamas looking for high quality, original, and super cute hairbows. We love, love, love making these bows, and although we have lots already created, we love custom orders. Tell us what you want, and we will do our best to make you happy!!