Monday, June 21, 2010

Baby Clothes

When I got pregnant I promised myself that I would not be one of those women who turned her business into baby central (i.e. diaper bags, baby clothes, flower hair do-dads). Well, I failed! I just couldn't help whipping up some cute baby outfits for Madeline, and now I am thinking about selling some of my baby bodysuits and skirts on etsy. You can see a some of the decorated rompers/bodysuits and little skirts in this picture.

What do you all think? Should I start selling these online? I have already sold them at some of the shows I have done the last few months (as you can see from the picture) and at Parts and Labour here in Austin and they have done really well.

I also realized at the last show (Renegade Craft Fair), that I had way to many girls ones and pretty much no boy designs. So I will need to work on some designs for little boys. Your ideas are welcome!


  1. I think these would be a great addition to your brand (and not just b/c I'm now dying to buy some for ourselves... ; ). Over time any business will grow, expand, and evolve. You have to make what inspires you and what you're passionate about. Go with what works! =)

  2. what I love about your baby girl clothes is that they are not all pink! So much of the girl clothing is pink! I love that you mix in blues,greens,and greys and still make it feminine. I can't wait to see what you and/or Brandon come up with for more little boy designs :)

  3. Yes! You know I think you should sell them on Etsy. I think Mandy should feature them on her blog!!

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  5. It's very pretty, and I like the style and the print of the dress. Very good job
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