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The bows are here! It didn't take long for me to develop a passion for bows, but I did and now they are available for everyone! I am really excited about my new bow line. I am starting off with 2 styles of bow, each with a large and small version. They are made with eco-fi felt which means they are ultimately made of plastic bottles. Each one has a lined alligator clip on the back with heat sealed edges on the ribbon and a grip strip to keep the bow in your (or your little one's) hair.
The Alice bow is my personal favorite. I named it for Alice from alice in wonderland. The tails really make this one and it is super girly. It makes up the majority of my collection and I pretty much wear them everywhere. You can find the Alice bows here.
Style number 2 is the Junie bow. It is named for June Cleaver, some of you might know who that is. This bow is great for a suble touch of girliness. This is a good where anywhere bow. I use this one a lot when I am cleaning the house and want that girly feeling back. The Junie would also be great for girls who want a bow, but don't want to go as far as the Alice bow. Sometimes simple is just good. You can find the Junie bows here.

Currently we have pink, yellow, blue, and green. Latter this week and next I will have hot pink, neon green, light gray, and cotton candy pink available. You can find all of our bows, and so much more, at


This weekend I was home alone, but Abercrombie and Fitch Clothing was kind of nice.Louis Vuitton On Sale I indulged in everything a girl loves indulging in D&G glasses; I was at one with my thoughts and drifted through the weekend like a light cloud.I made breakfast, played dress up, danced around a little in my own company and got dip dying happy with some lace. When the weekend came to a close I felt content Vibram Fivefingers Running Shoesas I had nothing to think about other than me all weekend and that is sometimes a lovely experience to have.

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