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Holiday Showcase: Two Sugar Peas

What kinds of fabulous goodies to you carry?
Two Sugar Peas carries a variety of unique items for children of all ages...newborn to mommies! Hair accessories, leg warmers, ruffled diaper covers, and blankies for the little ones. Our princess pullovers are always a favorite for the older girls. Mommies can find hair accessories and our unique soda tab button jewelry.

What inspires your work?
My husband is one of a kind, he has always encouraged me to do what makes me happy and my children have inspired me to use my creativity in unique ways.

Why is handmade important to you?
Handmade sparks creativity, you can't get that from a store bought item.

Share a handmade gift that anyone can do!
Add a strip of no slip grip to your little sugar pea's beautiful bows and clippies to prevent them from falling out. No slip grip works wonders for fine hair. All you need is a small piece of drawer liner, no slip grip mat for rugs, or the hook side of hook and loop tape (velcro). I prefer the no slip grip mat for rugs, which is shown in the photos. It can be purchase by the roll at any local department store. Start by cutting a strip of no slip grip about 1" long and 3/8" wide. Then attach the strip of no slip grip to the alligator clip, I prefer to use hot glue. It is best to glue the no slip grip to the ribbon lined side of the alligator clip as shown in the photo.

Lastly, where can we find you? and

Marabou puffs Giveaway,
The winner can choose from pink, hot pink, white, kelly green turquoise, red, dark purple, or black!
Here's how it works...
You do any of the following things to enter, then leave a comment on this blog post that tells us what things you did. There will be 1 entry per comment and the winner will be selected at random on November 8.
*follow this blog
*fan Two Sugar Peas on facebook
*heart Two Sugar Peas on etsy(must leave link)
*share this giveaway with others in any other way (must leave link and can comment as many seperate links as you like)
*making a purchase in either shop gives you 10 entries (make 1 comment for the purchase)


Kris said…
I definitely follow this blog and have "hearted" this shop on Etsy! :)

Love the puffs!!!

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