Sophie & Lili is a little girls' clothing & accessory company established in 2004. Her handmade dolls are one-of-a-kind designs printed on high quality quilters cotton & personalized with a name or message of your choosing. Their hair accessories are designed and printed on a linen/cotton canvas and made to match some of our most popular doll styles. These dolls are beyond precious, let's make sure we don't turn these gorgeous smiles on these dolls faces upside down on Feb 2011. Please support the HTA and their efforts to amend the CPSIA. For more information, check out their site and help to keep handmade alive and thriving in this country.
Tuesday, June 22, 2010
Monday, June 21, 2010
Today, we are featuring a family run company based in Connecticut, Crafty baby. Crafty Baby was founded in 1998 by a love of sewing and a need for practical & durable children and baby products. Jill Chuckas, owner and creator, discovered during her pregnancy with her first child that there was a lack of unique, yet classic, fabric crafted items for young children in her local stores. As a longtime seamstress and crafter, Jill decided to do something about this dilemma, and Crafty Baby was "born." Jill credits her attention to detail and quality to her Nana K who first inspired within her a love of sewing at the early age of 4. Jill's designs are one-of-a-kind and crafted specifically to ensure durability against washing and active little ones. Fabrics are carefully selected for the highest level of quality and comfort. Crafty Baby has become a family affair, with Jill's children helping to pick out fabrics and field test products. Crafty Baby is a true, home-based, family company.
Let's help support these truly unique small businesses and keep USA and handmade products thriving in our country. You can help by visiting the Handmade Toy Alliance website.
Sunday, June 20, 2010
The Handmade Toy Alliance is a non-profit organization made up of crafters, manufacturers and importers of small batch children’s products. In 2008, Congress passed the CPSIA to regulate the children’s product industry, but the over reaching law has unintended consequence requiring all children’s products to be tested at a third party testing lab. The testing costs are expensive and often require the destruction of several pieces for a result. The HTA is urging Congress to amend the CPSIA in a way that keeps safe products in the market place and maintains safety standards that protect our children. Do your part by going to www.handmadetoyalliance.com and contacting your member Congress.
We take great pride at designing and making of our kookie girls clothing line in the USA.This week, kookie will be featuring members of the Handmade Toy Alliance and their handmade products. We ask for others to join in the Handmade Toy Alliance's fight to help bring change before many,many small businesses go out of business on Feb 10, 2011.
For more information on the history and mission of the HTA, we urge you to visit their website. Thank you!
Monday, June 14, 2010
Thursday, June 10, 2010
Tuesday, June 8, 2010
Tuesday, May 4, 2010
Introducing the latest kookie design. One of my favorites, perfect for summer weddings, tea parties, garden parties or just being the fanciest dressed girl on the block!
It has been a crazy first year for kookie.. lots of challenges, changes and learning!
I have soaked it all up and feel excited for our second year. I promise to pay more attention to
you Miss Blog and keep you updated with all the exciting new pieces.
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Monday, August 10, 2009
Thursday, June 11, 2009
Happy Thursday! We are in full summer swing and working on new designs, ideas + lots of kookie hosted parties and e-parties. Which is why our blogging has been so limited lately. But, we will be back with lots of scrumptious new and fun entries soon...
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Tuesday, May 26, 2009
Add some fantastic wrapping fun to your next birthday gift! Madeleine and Kylie love to wrap their friends pressies up in white tissue paper, so they can draw fun pictures and add special messages onto them. So, they went bezerk when they saw these precious little russian dolls in tape form from Fred Flare. Simply girly, simply fabulous!
Monday, May 18, 2009
Tuesday, May 12, 2009
We have gone super kookie over Momiji dolls. They are message dolls... turn them upside down and inside you'll find a teeny tiny card, perfect for writing messages and sharing secrets.
We love little Sakura (pictured above) from the Joanna Zhou Dolls collection. Her petals flutter sharing our secrets from the sky. She likes pirates and koalas.
This is Mabel (pictured above) from the Itchy Feet collection. Deep in the forest of memories mabel makes magic fantastic. She likes scrabble, brass bands and goats.
Sweet Bakey-C (pictured above) is from the Yota Doll collection. She is strawberry sweet and her sugary hat is a teatime treat. What a scrumptious + unique gift for your next birthday party!
Monday, May 11, 2009
Coming from English parents and married to an Englishman, it is no wonder that I am drawn to Anna Lou of London. Her accessories are so funtastic for big and little ladies, so go on treat yourself!
this rainbow hair clip would look fabulous with our kookie dresses!
You are my sunshine, my only sunshine, you make me happpppyyy, when skies are gray.. ay ay ...
gorgeous bath bag, go on pamper yourself!