So much Sponsor goodness today I'm glad you stopped by to check it out!
I'm ever so grateful for these ladies, not only do they help me stay at home with my littles more they also are super sweet to work with and have some seriously amazing things to offer. :)
Ready to do some Christmas shopping?
Sodderbug charms are distinctive, unique accessories that let you remember an important person, quote, or even team, wherever you go. Using images you provide, create distinctive charms you'll treasure for years to come.
A wonderful little crochet shop with an array of items to keep you cozy in the winter! Slippers, hats and scrubbies oh my!
Cap Creations specializes in sterling silver hand stamped jewelry specifically for you! Make sure you get your order in by Dec 10th for Christmas delivery (US Only)
This happy little shop is full of everything sassy, spunky, and sweet. From Christmas cards, to family trees to fun confetti. Her shop definitely has something you could use for Christmas! Order by December 15th for Christmas delivery (20th for PDF file purchases)
Bouncin' Baby specializes in giving you a custom designed session just for you and your new love. Missed Christmas pictures? How about pictures of your family for the new year! I personally LOVE getting cards any time actually. Utah based, and I know there's a lot of Utah girls out there reading this! Book a maternity or newborn session and get a in-hospital session FREE, because they are only one day old for ONE DAY! :) Or, book a maternity and newborn session, save 20% off newborn session and 15% off everything ordered.
Erin Dietrich photography is a travel photographer based out of Mertyle Beach S.C. (And, soon New York.) She's currently running a "Holiday Special" for only $200 (until Jan. 1st) & that includes a 1 hour photo shoot & a CD with 20-30 high resolution edited images on a CD for you to have the print rights to also!
So how about we make a buy homemade pact this year and strive to buy wonderful things while helping our fellow crafters, photographers, DIYers too! Instead of giving those mean ol' robots a job!