Sunday, November 15, 2009

BaoBei Boutique - Wraps for Sale!

I am starting up a business "BaoBei Boutique" (BaoBei mean Precious Child in Chinese) but the website isn't up yet, so for now this post has to do to show the wraps I am making and selling.

There are 3 different types of wraps.
1. Simple, Solid color wrap ($30)
2. Peneled wrap with bordered ends and binky pouch ($40)
3. Paneled wrap with bordered ends, Binky pouch, and matching carrying case bag. ($50)
(photos Below)
***Organic Wraps available for additional $15 on each.
All wraps come with instructions and information on "Baby Wearing". $5 shipping.

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I can make the wrap panels and bags in cotton, fleece or cordoroy material.

A few more photos of the colors and fabrics I"ve used
Here are the colors of wrap material you can pick from

Not all colors come in Organic - check with me

The website will be much easier to understand and have better photos. Please feel free to call or email me with any questions - or make a comment and I"ll get back to you..

My Crafts!

I don't do well with being housebound, and since Brooklyn has had a cough for nearly a month and a half (just sick enough to not want to put her into the YMCA daycare), I have not had my hour or two of exercise time in my days and with the colder weather, we haven't been outside as much as we usually are. So, I started a few new hobbies!

Amy Butler is officially my favorite pattern-go-to-girl. I love her patterns and now have 3 of her purse patterns and her book. This is the best purse I've ever had though! Tons of space and a pocket for everything! I'm working on making a few more for my sisters...

I experimented making Tutus - they seem so easy to make and are expensive to buy, so I made 3. Still don't know what to do with them. Hopefully Brooklyn will want to wear it one day. For now she has no interest. I also came up with a few ways to snazzy up my Baby wraps. I made cute bags for them to go in and added little "Binky Holders" on the front panel.
November 14 is the craft fair where I hope to make enough to pay for my trip to Canada on Monday!

Our Relief Society did some great projects this year . Here are a few of the things we made. I taught how to make those Tile Picture Boards. They still have mine as a demo, but here is an example of what I'm talking about (Bottom right).



I do actually teach and play with Brooklyn too - honest (;
In fact, she is potty trained! It took a few months to get it down completely and I still put her in diapers at nap and bedtime, but we are diaper free during the day!
Hallelujah!