Posts from the ‘Children’s accessories’ Category
May 2, 2013
Versatility. In a jewelry line it’s achieved when an artisan addresses the nuances in her clients’ needs, while staying true to her brand’s individual style. Catherine does this by combining different color palettes, and incorporating a variety of materials. She uses semi-precious stones, pewter, sterling silver, and fabric when crafting her line of necklaces, bracelets, earrings, rings, and headbands. Her jewelry components are thoughtfully chosen, and always of the highest quality. Her expansive product line includes various styles of given items, allowing you to choose a selection that would best represent your shop’s true identity. Register online as a wholesale buyer, and receive free access to this vendor’s wholesale line sheet.
April 18, 2013
Us mothers may remember bringing our newborns home from the hospital, in step to the tune of Grandma (or Great-Grandma) telling us to always keep the baby’s head covered! Well, I agreed with that philosophy (except in the summer when it was sweltering outside). To that end, knit hats are a must! They offer warmth, comfort, style, and the knowledge that nothing harmful goes into their production…no chemicals or agents that can be absorbed into a fragile newborn’s delicate skin. Elaine’s product offering includes: baby hats, beanies, ruffle hats, stocking caps, and pom-pom hats, for ages birth – 2 years. She chooses bright, vibrant yarns, making her products stand out from the traditional baby blue and baby pink hues. They are all hand-knit from tweed, acrylic, or 80% acrylic / 20% wool blends, and are available in several color / stripe combinations. These are a perfect addition to any baby offering, appealing to shoppers for new baby gifts, baby showers, or baby’s birthday. Register online as a wholesale buyer, and receive free access to Elaine’s wholesale line sheet.
March 29, 2013
We are happy to announce that Charity, Janice, and Cindy have their handmade items featured in Nationalist magazine, thanks to a recent contest they held for our handmade clients! Nationalist magazine was launched last year and focuses on all things USA. The deal was they would choose 1 winner; however, so many amazing products were submitted that they chose 3! You can read the winners’ bios and see their features by clicking here, and scrolling to pages 85-87 “The American Dream: Handmade Must Have Picks.“
August 19, 2012
Spunky, trendy, funky, and fabulous! Just a few words to describe this line of boutique children’s clothing. Ruffles galore add an extra girly element to these designs, while thoughtful consideration is placed into details such as trim, pockets, and hardware. The quality is apparent at first touch, as can be attested by the handful of boutiques already carrying this vendor’s line. With an eye for coordinating prints and colors, she creates combinations so interesting and appealing it’ll be hard for a customer to say no! Her fall line-up includes an adorable sock sleeve t-shirt for both boys and girls…keep an eye out for it in our Gallery.
August 6, 2012
We all know bling is the thing now, right? Women, girls, even babies are looking to add a little sparkle to their day. Our satin hair clips, infant feather headbands, and fabric shoe clips do the trick! Satin and rhinestone are the signature materials in this product line, which is ideal for anything from photo props to fancy occasions. Give your customers the ability to dress up an outfit or “old” pair of pumps with a unique accessory. They will love that you give them a new look with less cost!
August 4, 2012
What do babies have in common with some of our aging grandparents? The need to learn and remember family members’ names. Be it for baby Sophia or Great Grandma Sophie, this chunky board book photo album can help do the trick. It is constructed of sturdy cardboard pages that won’t bend or tear. Notches on page edges facilitate page turning for both youngest and oldest hands alike. Photos can be easily inserted from openings at the top of the pages. Albums are free-standing, so are perfect for display anywhere in the home.
This product is “mom-invented” by a woman who wanted to develop an item to aid in her daughter’s speech therapy. It has become a speech development tool recommended by parents, teachers, and therapists. It is also a learning tool for special needs and autistic children. The pages can be filled with photos of faces, objects, or activities to help children with developmental challenges. Albums can even be used with PECS (Picture Exchange Communication System), which involves an autistic child using a catalog-type book with photos, to communicate. Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s patients will find it much easier to handle than traditional albums. The 7″x7″ book contains 10 pages, plus cover, allowing for 21 4″x6″ photos. “My First Photos” album is available in pink, yellow, and blue. Blank albums are available in white, black, pink, and blue. Interior pages are solid in color with no printing or lettering.
This product is great for scrap-booking, kids’ crafts, school activities, weddings, baby showers, special needs children, and our much respected elders.
May 24, 2012
What is a “trinket”? Without getting formal and consulting the dictionary, we’ll venture to say it’s any little item that will fit in our adorable kids’ trinket boxes! They are hand-painted by a very talented artist…but don’t take our word for it, check out some designs below. They can be personalized to match the theme of a baby’s or child’s bedroom, which makes them perfect for any gift occasion. They can also be painted in more grown-up themes like the magnolia below. They are versatile enough to be used for baby’s hair bows, lost teeth awaiting the tooth fairy, coins, small collectible items, etc, etc. Sizes vary, which make these ideal for stacking boxes (you know, you open one and “surprise!” there is yet another inside). The collection is rounded out with hand-painted wooden door hangers. Together, they are an adorable, creative, unique gift for any special child.
February 26, 2012
The quality craftsmanship is as evident as the fabric choices are vibrant for the items made by this talented vendor. The selection shouts “versatility” and includes: clutches, key fobs, crayon roll-ups, pacifier clips, lipstick and cell phone cozies, pet collars, reusable sandwich baggies, and more! There is no doubting the care used to handcraft these items. High quality hardware is used, and vendor labels are professionally sewn into the fabric. These items are appropriate for a wide range of shops, from those carrying handbags, to accessories, kids’ items, eco-friendly products, and more.