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One of the best things about having a little girl is getting to shop for her. At least for right now, Lizzie loves what mommy loves and I’m enjoying it! I make a lot of her clothing, but I have a confession…I cannot make a bow to save my life. Oh I’ve tried. I’ve burnt myself with my hot glue gun more times then I can count. So I tend to outsource my bow making! I have a great friend who makes the majority of Lizzie’s bows. One day though, I was searching for a bow and came upon a site called Flowerz In Her Hair. I immediately fell in love!

I mean look at all there is to love!

Loopy Bows

They have Loopy Bows

boutique bows

Pretty boutique bows

pretty flowers

Funky Flowers

bracelet

Even teeny tiny bracelets!

So I immediately emailed Amy Jackson and asked her if she’d be interested in me reviewing something from her wide inventory. She was so nice and quickly wrote back that she’d love to! She asked what I would like to review and I hesitated. There was so much I wanted, but of course I didn’t want to seem greedy! So I told her we like purple and we like medium sized bows and told her to pick what she would like to send us.

Click here to read more and enter to win!

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