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Spotlight on Hair Accessories



http://www.tichelmae.etsy.com/
Today I am featuring a very talented seller on Etsy. She makes beautiful and unique hair bows out of ribbon, silk flowers, buttons and charms. They look amazing. Her daughter is usually wearing one of her creations and moms often stop to ask where she got such unique hair bows. How do I know you ask ?? Because she is my sister Rachel ! Rachel is a dedicated mother to one


beautiful and lively young daughter who shows no indication of her very difficult entry into this world. My niece weighed a very tiny 3 pounds at her premature birth. She spent time in the NICU where she let everyone know that she may be tiny but she was a fighter. Today she is still petite and still a fighter... she knows what she wants !


TichelMae offers fun and custom hair bows with yummy colors and styles. Many different styles of ribbons and silk flowers are used to create these custom hair accessories. Each creation is attached to a fully covered alligator clip to avoid pulled hair ouchies.



Happy weekend fun to everyone !! Here's hoping you have great weather and something fun and relaxing to do !!


xoxoxox
~Wendy

Comments

Margaret said…
Those are so cute! I love the colours.
capitolagirl said…
Cute colors and adorable hair bows!
missfire said…
Beautiful bows! I can't wait til my little one has long enough hair (and will sit still) for bows!

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