Meet Etsy Seller ZanziBach

Posted Wednesday, October 30, 2013



Today we would like to introduce you to
Etsy shop ZanziBach

ZanziBach has been selling on Etsy since January 2013, she sell handmade kids clothing and accessories. Today she is sharing a little about her shop and selling handmade items.

Girls linen party dress Peter Pan collar Cut out back Beige sandy color dress Wedding Flower girl Special occasion // sizeUS 1-6 (EU80-116) - ZanziBach Linen boys harem shorts, grey-brown toddler sarouel, bloomers, aladdin pants, pantalones //  Size US 6month -6 years (EU 72-116) - ZanziBach Toddler wool vest in pastel blue, brown and grey Polka dot baby vest with golden buttons, linen lining. Size 1-2,5 years - ZanziBach Natural linen boys shirt, wedding shirt, Eco friendly, Boho top in beige color // size US 1-6 (EU 80-116) - ZanziBach

What motivated you to start your shop?
I have always been addicted to all things creative. For the last 15 years of my life sewing has been a true passion of mine. After having my boy I was inspired to create clothing for him using natural materials, thinking about comfort and quality. In stores I couldn't find clothing that met my requirements, so I thought there must be other moms in the world that felt the same as me, and would fall in love with the clothes I designed and made. So I opened my Etsy shop.

What is the story behind your shop name?
ZanziBach is a mysterious character, created by my father during my childhood. He created some characters by telling stories to my sister and me (also to frighten us a little bit). Zanzibaks and Parababiks are two of those characters. I chose the name ZanziBach, inspired by the character Zanzibaks combined with my name (Zanda) and surname (Bach). It is connected to my own childhood and great for the next generation of children.
ZanziBach is mysterious, playful, always in for adventures and most of all a children friend!

What surprised you most about having your own craft / online shop?
I was pleasantly surprised this month when one man from USA ordered 5 pieces from my shop. It was also great to see a man buying lovely handmade clothing for his kids.

What is your favourite creations from your shop?
My most favourite item is these https://www.etsy.com/listing/122519810/toddler-boys-corduroy-pants-in-brown corduroy boys pants. These were one of my first items and I love them so much. They have a great design and they are so comfy and stylish. You can also purchase them in different colour combinations! And I also love, love, love my linen haremshorts https://www.etsy.com/shop/ZanziBach?section_id=13347897

What do you find most challenging about being an Etsy seller?
You must be patient waiting your first customer. You have to invest a lot of work and time to set up the shop and listings so that customers will find you.

What's your personal philosophy behind your shop / products?
Beautiful in their simplicity, created from natural materials and high quality. I always keep the needs of little children in mind: comfort, easy to wear and breathable materials. I really love linen fabric so many of my clothing is made from linen.

How would someone (other then you) describe you?
Creative master of sewing machine and I think they evaluate quality of my work.

What do you do when you aren't working?
I spend my time with my family – my 2 years old son and husband. We love adventures. Also I can be found dancing salsa, I really love to dance, this is another love of my life.

ZanziBach is offering a whooping 15% discount in her shop at the moment. To use the coupon visit her etsy store and enter code "ETSYBLOG15" at checkout. Valid until 15th November 2013

Toddler boys bow tie Corduroy bow tie with piping Bow tie coordinate with pants // Size 1-6 years Neck  size 25- 29 cm (9.8-11.4 Inch) - ZanziBach Toddler boys corduroy pants in brown Adjustable waist Comfortable slouchy low crotch trousers with tighter legs  // size US 1-3 (EU 80-98) - ZanziBach Toddler scarf, natural linen scarf, autumn spring scarf, eco friendly 140x30cm (55.1x12inch), blue and yellow bunny blockprint. - ZanziBach Stripe toddler knee pad leggings Grey and white with yellow pads //  size US1 (EU80) Ready to ship - ZanziBach

October Design Challenge Winner!

Posted Tuesday, October 29, 2013

October's Design Challenge had the theme "Halloween Treats!".
We had lots of lovely entries from our team member but the winning entry with the most votes was...



This spooky cute sewing pattern is to make a Skeleton cloth doll that is 18” (45.7 cm) tall from cotton and felt fabrics perfect as a Halloween treat or to play dress up with for Day of the Dead!
All of my doll patterns will provide you with a high quality finished doll, with no visible ugly seams (leg to body seam) making them perfect to sell or give as gift.

~ DollsAndDaydreams

Here are some more lovely items from DollsAndDaydreams!
Cat Mask Tail Sewing Pattern Non Sew DIY set - Toddler Kids Adult  Children pretend play Carnival Costume Dress Up - DollsAndDaydreams Mary Antoinette Doll PDF Sewing Pattern Dress Up Doll Clothes Skirt Shoes included - DollsAndDaydreams Owl Sewing Pattern PDF Pillow Softie Stuffed Toy Mommy Baby Set of 2 Kawaii Retro Styles - DollsAndDaydreams Witch Sewing Pattern PDF Cute Halloween Doll - skirt boots broomstick included - DollsAndDaydreams
Elf Doll Clothes Sewing Pattern PDF DIY Dress up Christmas Elves Toy Outfits - fits my large dollies - DollsAndDaydreams Robot Sewing Pattern PDF Softie Tutorial Tin Man Plushie - DollsAndDaydreams Butterfly Costume Sewing Pattern Mask Wing DIY Outfit Children and Adults - DollsAndDaydreams Rudolph Reindeer Softie Sewing Pattern PDF Christmas Holiday Red Nose Deer Stag Stuffed Toy - DollsAndDaydreams

Bath Time or Water Play Cork Recycled Sailboats

Posted Monday, October 28, 2013

      Here's a fun crafty way to to make a new water time toy. Most items can be found in the home and with a little adult help this sailboat can be hours of fun.




















What you'll need:

large skewer or toothpick
left over corks
string
hot glue gun
triangle piece of foam

Directions:



  • A parent will need to hot glue gun 3 corks together along with hot glue the string from the 3 corks to the last cork which will be the handle.
  • After the glue is cool stick the skewer into the middle cork
  • have the child cut out and decorate the foam triangle
  • Stick the foam triangle into the skewer at the top and bottom
  • Have fun floating your sailboat in your water table, bath tub, or large dish

Dorinda's shop, Raising Green Kids, offers eco-friendly products for your family. Follow her on Facebook and twitter and at her blog.

Meet Etsy Seller CreativeCraftsByJen

Posted Wednesday, October 23, 2013

Today we would like to introduce you to

CreativeCraftsByJen has been selling on Etsy since August 2012, she sell hair clips, bows and accessories. Today she is sharing a little about her shop and selling handmade items.

Tropical Dolphin Stacked Boutique Bow - Summer, Ocean, Beach, Layers, Pink, Green, Chevron, Blue, Purple, Aqua, Flower, Prop, Alligator Clip - CreativeCraftsByJen US Army Stacked Boutique Bow - Camo, Military, Support the Troops, Star, Loops, Prop, Child, Baby, Acessory - CreativeCraftsByJen Bubbly Minnie Mouse Stacked Boutique Bow - Yellow, Red, Black, Disney, Cream, Heart, Glitter, Costume, Hair Accessory, Alligator Clip - CreativeCraftsByJen Bow Commander Stacked Boutique Bow - Pink, White, Chevron, Pearl, Duck, Hair Bow, Double Prong Alligator Clip, Country Girl, Photo Prop - CreativeCraftsByJen

What motivated you to start your shop?
In the summer of 2012, I married my hero (my husband is in the Army) and we moved to Florida. So far from everything I've known! I wasn't back in school yet and my husband was gone at work during the day so I wanted something to do. I have always been the creative kid growing up and that hasn't changed! So after researching Etsy and looking around on the internet, I approached my husband about trying to start my own small business. I wanted to get my creativity out, do something that I enjoyed, and earn a little money. He fully supported me, we took a few trips to the craft store, and here I am today working hard to make it a success!

What is the story behind your shop name?
Creative Crafts By Jen, for one, comes from my name Jen. The "creative crafts" part goes to when I first started and wanted to also make wreaths and home d├ęcor. While that didn't really work out and today I sell "handmade hair accessories & more", the more covers whatever my mind may dabble into.

What surprised you most about having your own craft / online shop?
Once I was getting started and learning new things, a few things surprised me. One being the online community of small business owners who are willing to help one another grow just as they would want someone to do for them. Another would be boutique modeling. I always thought all these shops just got amazing photos from customers to use. I never realized you could book models through listing sites to get your items photographed for advertisement. I loved it!

What is your favourite creations from your shop?
The thing I most enjoy making is any kind of hair accessory...bows, flowers, or headbands! I love the versatility of what I can do with different supplies to create a unique item!

What do you find most challenging about being an Etsy seller?
To me, the most challenging thing about being an Etsy seller is getting your products out there and portrayed in the best way possible to get the buyer to want to purchase from you over everyone else.

What's your personal philosophy behind your shop / products?
I offer handmade hair accessories & more. I want my customers to feel secure and satisfied in purchasing from a small business. Not only do I want to offer them quality handmade products, but I want to provide quality customer service. I want the customer to feel like they are talking to and ordering from a real person that cares about their satisfaction.

How would someone (other then you) describe you?
In my husbands words...."Jen is a very caring, generous, and devoted person. When she's not crafting and spending time with her husband she devotes some of her free time to helping deliver furniture to formerly homeless veterans. I am glad to say she is my wife and is awesome."

What do you do when you aren't working?
When I am not working, I am taking care of the house, playing with our fur-baby, or relaxing with my husband. I am addicted to watching The Big Bang Theory. I like to get outside, especially since were currently stationed in Florida where its warm and sunny!

Anything else you'd like to tell us or share?
Mostly my items are ready to ship, but I am always open to custom orders! You can contact me and I will try and work with you to create your ideal item. If by chance it is something I cannot do, I will recommend you to someone who can!

CreativeCraftsByJen is offering a $5.00 discount on orders over $20.00. To use the coupon visit her etsy store and enter code "INTERVIEW5" at checkout. Valid until 25th November 2013.

Cupcake Stacked Boutique Bow - Pink, Purple, Blue, Green, Birthday, Cake Smash, Baby, First Birthday, Ribbon, Alligator Clip, Chevron - CreativeCraftsByJen Teal & Purple Barefoot Sandals and Matching Headband Set - Pearl, Rhinestone, Flowers, Hearts, Butterflies, Tulle, Handmade, FOE, Felt, Baby - CreativeCraftsByJen Jingle Bells Scrunchy Flower Clip - Christmas, Winter, Holiday, Red, White, Green, Blue, Snowman, Santa, Snow Globe, Photo Prop, Child, Baby - CreativeCraftsByJen Polka Dotted Pink Barefoot Sandals with Matching Headband - Sequin Bow, Baby, White, Blue, Silver, Prop, Infant, Child, Shabby Chiffon - CreativeCraftsByJen

Involving Children in Service:: Operation Christmas Child

Posted Tuesday, October 22, 2013

Contributed by Kate of kaetoo.

Christmas is fast approaching and Operation Christmas Child is in full swing.

Have you come across Operation Christmas Child before? It’s a global operation run since 1993 by Samaritan’s Purse where families, churches, schools and businesses put together gift-filled shoe boxes to be distributed to children in need. From 1993 through 2012, some 100 million gift boxes have been handed out in more than 130 countries.

To pack a box for a child, all you need is a shoe box and a selection of presents. Different countries have different specific guidelines about what presents to include, but in general you want to pack:

Something to love
Something for school
Something to wear
Something to play with
Something for personal hygiene
Something special

Take care to look into the restrictions on what shouldn't be included.

You select whether you want to pack for a boy or a girl and the age (2–4, 5–9 or 10–14 years old) of the child. The presents don’t have to be expensive. For example, there is a great range of handmade creations under $15USD that could be used to pack a box right here on Etsy from EtsyKids Members.


Something to love (top left) - Monster Plush from ‘Bright Life Toys
Something for school (top middle) - Crayon Roll Up from ‘Happy Babee and Beeyond
Something to wear (top right) - Horse Brass Tee from ‘From Marissa V.’
Something to play with (bottom left) - Wooden Flipping Spinning Top from ‘apple n amos
Something for personal hygiene (bottom middle) - Pinwheel Hair Clip from ‘Magnificence
Something special (bottom right) - Reusable Sandwich Bag from ‘the Greener Route

Every child deserves to feel special and getting a present at Christmas time brings a boy or girl a lot of joy. In addition, learning to give is an important lesson for kids. In my house, the toddlers really loved selecting and wrapping a present for someone else and they were so proud to carry them into the drop off centre and add them to the pile.

The drop off dates are fast approaching. Start packing now!

Australia (operationchristmaschild.org.au/) – October is national collection month, finishing 25 October

Canada (www.samaritanspurse.ca/operation-christmas-child), collection week is 18 – 24 November

United Kingdom (www.operationchristmaschild.org.uk/), collection is 1 – 18 November

United States (www.samaritanspurse.org/what-we-do/operation-christmas-child/), collection week is 18 – 24 November

Kate is from Melbourne, VIC, Australia, and is the creator/owner of 'kaetoo' Canvas Photo Boards on Etsy.  She sells a wide variety of personalized, handmade embossed bulletin boards in all sizes, colors and themes.  Follow Kate's work on facebook and at her blog

October Design Challenge. It's time to Vote!

Posted Monday, October 21, 2013

For October our Design Challenge theme was "Halloween Treats!", as chosen by last months winner TupeloHoneys.
We have lots of lovely entries from our team members, browse down and vote for your favourite item!
Voting is open until 27th September.

Treasury Challenge #20 - Boo!

Posted Saturday, October 19, 2013

The theme for the EtsyKids Team treasury challenge #20 was "Boo!". Our team members created lots of beautiful treasuries featuring some amazing items, but the winner with whooping 305 views is...


DIY Halloween Ghost Family Stuffed Toy PDF Sewing Pattern Tutorial, Decoration, Trick-or-Treat Favors by My Funny Buddy BONUS Felt Pattern - MyFunnyBuddy
DIY Halloween Ghost Fam...
$6
Halloween Party Banner, Scary Glitter Decoration, Haunted House Bunting Flags, Eco Party Garland, Photo Prop - stitchinnetka
Halloween Party Banner,...
$32
Musical BOOsical Halloween Girls Jumper or Tunic etsykids team - cre8tive
Musical BOOsical Hallow...
$45
Black and Purple "Toil and Trouble" Halloween Necklace  - LovelyLylaJean
Black and Purple "...
$22.50
Set of 2 Crochet Pumpkin Hair Clips - Retro Style Halloween Hair Clips - Limited Edition - SnowFallStudio
Set of 2 Crochet Pumpki...
$9
Black cat pillow, kids halloween cat cushion cover, children's room decor, OOAK - pineapplepetekids
Black cat pillow, kids ...
$40
Halloween Bodysuit or Tee - SweatPeaStitches
Halloween Bodysuit or T...
$15
Halloween Orange, Black, and Yellow Argyle BeezLegz: Baby/Toddler/Child Leggings & Adult Arm Warmers - LadyBeez
Halloween Orange, Black...
$8
Halloween Twirl Dress in Reverse Knot Style - bewitchingstitcher
Halloween Twirl Dress i...
$35
Headband Orange Black :  one inch wide made from 6 different grosgrain ribbon strands - LeahsLittleBowtique
Headband Orange Black :...
$7.50
Ghost Halloween Dangle Earrings - jcoolcreations
Ghost Halloween Dangle ...
$7
Halloween pillow, halloween toy, halloween decor, halloween plushie,pumpkin doll, rag doll - Fairybugcreativetoys
Halloween pillow, hallo...
$25
Ladies Orange and White Chevron Peasant Dress - JustSewStinkinCute
Ladies Orange and White...
$54
Cute Ghost Felt Hair Clip Set - KristinsKeepsakes
Cute Ghost Felt Hair Cl...
$4.50
Trick or Treat Pumpkin Mustache Bag Crochet Pattern INSTANT DOWNLOAD - cuddlebugkids
Trick or Treat Pumpkin ...
$4.99
Printable "Wicked Good" Halloween Party Kit with Banner - FiddleSticksBoutique
Printable "Wicked ...
$14.95

Thank you CuteNCurlyBowtique for creating such a lovely treasury!

CuteNCurlyBowtique makes adorable ribbon hair bows and clips, including some awesome halloween themed ones to match this great treasury! Visit her shop to see more of her wonderful creations.


Mom to Mom:: A febrile convulsion changed our view on everything...

Posted Friday, October 18, 2013

Previously Posted by, Sarah of MeysMadeCoolCrochet, on her blog Meys Made Cool Crochet

Yesterday morning I thought I loved my girls more than anything. I thought I had no more love to give them. But yesterday when our two year old daughter started convulsing I suddenly discovered there was a massive amount of love in me that I wasn't even aware of... and quite a few regrets.

As our beautiful princess lay on the ground fitting with blood streaked foam coming out of her mouth all I could think was, "this is it."  This was that moment every parent fears. I thought our happy little girl was dying.

I felt so helpless. I could not do anything other than put her in the recovery position. I couldn't make her better. I thought our princess was dying and there was no way to stop it.  

Between my cries out for help, desperately hoping they would make the ambulance arrive faster, all I could think of were all the regrets. All the times I put something else that wasn't even important before her. All times times I had become frustrated with her for silly reasons. All these stupid things that I regretted immensely.

After what seemed like hours but was less than a minute she stopped shaking. Her beautiful porcelain skin had turned a horrible white blotchy colour, her mouth was blue and her poor wee heart was racing.

When the ambulance arrived they instantly calmed us down. How they managed to achieve that I'll never know. Maybe it was the thought that it had to be OK now they had arrived. I remember thinking that nothing bad could happen now as they knew how to save her. I went from desperately clutching on to my daughter hoping she would be OK to watching her open her eyes in response to her name with relief. It was the exact same feeling you get when you hear your baby cry for the first time when they are born. Relief, pure and simple.

Ella then started crying. Really crying. The paramedics told us that was a really good sign. Then they gave Ella a beautiful penguin soft toy. How they knew penguins were her favourite I'll never know. Penguin calmed her down quite quickly. By the time we arrived at hospital Ella had stopped crying. I was desperate for her to say something, anything, so I knew she was OK. I didn't want her amazing cheeky personality to have been affected in any way. And then it came... "cuddle daddy". I burst into tears of happiness. Our little girl was in there still. Before we knew it she was playing with toys in the ED room, asking for a drink and telling her pop that he was silly.

We were told she had most likely had a febrile convulsion and that we had done the right thing calling the ambulance. It was caused by a spike in her temperature due to a virus (that we didn't know she had) and these are really quite common in children under 5. 1 in 25 kids will have one and we were told they can run in families. I put my parents through this three times as a child, as did my younger brother. She might have many more, this might be her only one. No one can say. Very rarely do they cause long term problems so most likely our little girl is going to be just fine.

As for my husband and myself though, this was a very traumatizing experience. One that we will never forget and one that has taught us a lot about what is really important in life. Everything can be taken away in a flash so you need to make the most of it when you can. Don't put things off until tomorrow. Try to make the most of every single moment you have with your kids. Most importantly tell them you love them. The thought of "Ella! Stop climbing on me!" possibly being the last thing she ever heard me say to her broke my heart. Toddlers are hard work and nobody is perfect, but this has really made us want to make that extra effort to be more patient at the end of a long, hard day.

Carpe diem, quam minimum credula postero
Quintus Horatius Flaccus (65 BC – 8 BC)
Seize the day, trusting as little as possible in the next (day)[/future]



Here is some information from kidshealth.org.nz about febrile convulsions. I really hope none of you have to go through this, but hopefully this information will help if you do.


Sarah Meys and her family live in Waiharekeke, New Zealand.  She makes beautiful crocheted hats and photography props.  You can find her on Etsy at MeysMadeCoolCrochet.etsy.com, and connect with her on her blog, and on facebook.  

Meet Etsy Seller We HIVE, Personalized Gifts & Fundraising

Posted Wednesday, October 16, 2013



Today we would like to introduce you to

We HIVE has been selling on Etsy since January 2012, she sell personalized story books for kids. Today she is sharing a little about her shop and selling handmade items.

Personalized Ballerina Princess Book, Ballet, Dance, Learn Ballet Steps, Ballet Lessons - wehive Nursery Rhymes - Personalized Kids Decor - Mother Goose - Made to Order - wehive Santa's Story - Made to Order - Personalized Children's Keepsake Story Book  - Learning Toy - wehive Kids, Baby Toddler, Personalized Baby Shower, Birth Announcement, Infant, Memory Book, Personalized, Made to order, Baby Book - wehive

What motivated you to start your shop?
Well, as many Mothers can relate I desperately wanted to be home with my family, and I understood that it would definitely be a financial sacrifice. I didn't know if it was possible but I wanted to try to make it work, so to help out financially I started We HIVE in 2007.

This is the reason I wanted to make personalized story books my business.
I have learned to love reading but it was not always that way. I struggled to learn when I was young. I didn't understand the connection between letters, sounds and words. After struggling for some time, I was given a book that someone, I can't remember who, thought would help me. (They will never understand what a gift they had given me.) The book title and story had my name in it. "Susan's Secret Garden". I will never forget it. It was explained to me that the story was about me and that it actually had my name printed in it. I was so excited. I knew what my name looked like in print and went through all the pages looking for it. The story was so much fun as I could imagine myself in the story. I had the book read to me over and over and over! Soon, I was looking through the book by myself after having heard it so often and memorizing most of it. After that I was starting to put things together myself as far as reading went. It took some time but finally I wanted to read and was excited about it rather than afraid. I am so grateful for that book. I still have it after 38 years and will treasure it forever!

I love how reading empowers children at every level.

What is the story behind your shop name?
Acronym: We HIVE = We (You and Me) Help Invest Volumes in Education

Second meaning: We HIVE = working together as a community. If we thought of the world as one home for all “HIVE” and we all worked together imagine what we could accomplish. That is the meaning behind my shop name.

I really wanted my business to be meaningful. Not just in a financial way for my own family but by helping children in as many ways as I can with literacy, financially, meaningful gifts, charities locally and abroad, schools, children’s programs and more.

When you buy a personalized story book or have a fundraising event through We HIVE you are not just giving your child a great gift or helping your own organization. I take a portion of what I earn every year and donate to a children's organization. So your purchase is helping others as well.

What is your favourite creations from your shop?
I love all of my products but I have to say I have really enjoyed creating my “New Personalized Companion Journals”. You can now make a personalized journal out of any of the personalized story books covers. You can buy them alone or as a companion to the story book. My journals are personalized on the first page.

Eg. The Personalized Baby Book – A heart warming record of baby's birth. This heartfelt and popular book is special for both parents and children alike and makes a great Baby shower, Baptism, Christening, Christmas or personalized baby gift for any occasion.

Use the Personalized Companion Journal as a Pregnancy Diary before baby arrives so that you and your child will cherish those memories and create conversations for a lifetime or you may want to record baby’s first year. It is totally up to you.

Eg. My Tea Party - Planning a personalized tea party for friends requires hard work and aforethought. First she must decide who to invite and what to serve, then, what type of decorations are necessary. Setting up for the party, getting properly dressed and using proper manners are valuable lessons learned here.

Use the Personalized Companion Journal as a Recipe Book to store the baking recipes you and your child make together. You have your choice of lined or blank paper. 

What do you find most challenging about being an Etsy seller?
Getting the word out! Thank you EtsyKids for this opportunity.
My facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/pages/We-HIVE-Personalized-Gifts-Fundraising/358554087506297

What's your personal philosophy behind your shop / products?
I guess what I want to do is help people in as many ways as I can so I think that trying my best to buy products from merchants that are giving back is important to me and that is what I would like to help my customers to do.
This quote comes to mind. “Fundraising is the gentle art of teaching the joy of giving.” -Hank Rosso


How would someone (other then you) describe you?
I would say they would describe me as passionate about my interests. I think they would also describe me as a quiet person, loyal friend and someone they can confide in and count on.

What do you do when you aren't working?
I try to enjoy nature as much as possible. Bundled up with a good book outside with some warm tea on a cool breezy day or just sitting and watching the birds and squirrels foraging for food or even watching a spider spinning its web is heaven for me. I used to sketch wildlife but I haven’t had time since we started our family. I'm hopeful that I will be able to reignite that passion in the future.

Anything else you'd like to tell us or share?
Yes. Imagine your child growing up and reading a story about themselves to their own children. Your grandchildren! What a wonderful experience to look forward too.

I wanted to mention why personalized gifts are so important to me. It is really important for me to not contribute to the world’s waste problem through my business. Personalized gifts (from my shop or another) are a great way to help reduce that problem. I do understand that many people have meaningful items that are not personalized that they will keep and treasure. They have likely given a lot of thought to that purchase for themselves or for someone else, I have a few myself. My thought is that to often we make a quick run to the department store to make that last minute purchase because we are so busy. Meaningful items personalized or not are less likely to become part of the landfill. So I chose to make personalized items for that reason. They will use less energy throughout their lifetime and are less likely to be given away, recycled or simply thrown out and more likely to become a treasured keepsake.

Theme's include: Adventure, Baby, Birthday, Christian, Christmas, Counting and Rhyming, Sibling, Sports, and more.

We HIVE is offering a whooping 40% discount in her shop at the moment. To use the coupon visit her etsy store and enter code "CHRISTMASNOW40" at checkout. Valid until end of October 2013.

Personalized Fishing Adventure, Child or Adult Gag Gift, Personalized Keepsake Story Book, Made to order - wehive NEW JOURNAL Personalized Boys Album Scrapbook Notebook Diary Memory Book - wehive 6+ yrs Christian Children's Personalized Book, Communion, Baptism, Learn about God, God's Gifts, Age 6 and up - wehive NEW JOURNAL Personalized Child's Companion Journal Diary Note Book to the Personalized Story Book, Let Us Thank God, Prayer Journal - wehive
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