Thursday, May 3, 2012

Spring is here! Check out our website for slashed prices on all of our merchandise. Help your little one blossom with the flowers.

Monday, October 24, 2011

Next Selling Event

We will be selling at the November 5 Little Angels Sale hosted by St. Peter School. Please join us.

Date: Saturday November 5, 2011
Time: 8:00 am- 1:00 pm
Location: St. Peters School Gym
35777 Center Ridge Road, North Ridgeville, OH 44138
Admission Price:
8:00-9:00 am.......$5.00
9:00-1:00 pm......$1.00

Tuesday, October 11, 2011

5 Minute Hair-Do's for Children

Here are 5 simple ideas for 5 minute hair do's, for my little ones, I have learned over the years to help me get out of the door on time:

1.  Pony-tail. Don't under estimate the ponytail. It can be elegant yet very easy. Add a flower or bow to help make it look adorable.

2. The half way up look. Only putting up half of their hair can be a very cute style. Start with an off set part and then collect the hair that is above the ear line and either pin it back or use a rubberband to keep it in place. Accents are key to any hair-do so add either a flower or bow.

3. Simple twists. Using part of the hair in the front twist it up towards the back pinning it back with a couple bobby pins and then add a flower or bow.

4. The braid. Using just part of the hair in the front make a braid and then pin it back with a couple of bobby pins. Accent with a flower or bow.

5. Pig Tails. Pig tails are perfect for you little ones for most ages. Use an off centered/centered part and then create two evenly placed pig tails. Accent with a flower or bow.

Morning Crunch

Do you ever find your self crunched for time in the morning? Whether you have one little girl or three or four finding the time to get everyone ready on time, including yourself,  is a work of art. In my own family I know how hard it can be as I juggle with my two going on three girl toddlers and myself trying to make us look our very best. Some tips I have are to:

1. Do the child's hair when they are calm. Have them sit down and watch their favorite cartoon or eat while you deal with their hair.

2. Start with damp hair. This will help with making straight parts and catching fly aways. Use a spray bottle that you can buy for as little as $.50 at walmart.