Sunday, November 13, 2011

Cheer Stuff!

My daughter loves cheerleading! This is her second year doing competitive cheerleading, and she decided to add hip hop dance to the mix this year.  So I've created some "cheer" and "hip hop" hoodies.  They can be personalized with a team name or none at all.  We can also adjust the colors to match your daughter's squad colors!

Hoodies are $45.00 each

Front of Cheer Hoodie

Back of Cheer Hoodie

Back of Hip Hop Hoodie

Who Loves To Bake???

My baby girl just turned 5 and we had her birthday at a bakery.  All the girls got to be "chocolatiers" and make lots of goodies with chocolate!  I thought it would be a great party favor to give each girl a personalized apron to wear during the party.  They LOVED them!   And since my son joined the fun, we had to make him one too! 

These are great gifts for that special little girl or boy.

$20.00 ~ included personalization

How fun is this?!?!?!

Winter Fleece Scarf

I have been so busy working on new stuff lately, and I just put together this adorable winter fleece scarf.  I made this one in black and white zebra and pink and black zebra.  They are super soft and warm, and the size can be adjusted from child to adult.  I even caved and made one for my daughter's American girl doll so they could be matching! 

Custom colors available

Only $20

Great Christmas Gift!

Halloween has come and gone!

Where oh where has the time gone?  It seems like school just started for the kids!  And now it's almost Turkey Time!  I know I'm a little behind, but I wanted to post a few things I did from Halloween.  I'm sure I won't be getting many orders for this stuff, but keep us in mind for Halloween 2012! 

Oh yeah, I had to include a pic of my little ones on Halloween...Mario and the Bunny!  And our adorable friend McKenna!

Candy Corn Cutie Tee
Too Cute to Spook Tee

"Boo-tiful" T-Shirt Dress

Monday, September 19, 2011

Contact Emma Reese Designs

I am so excited to be starting this business venture, and I can't wait to begin designing amazing things for you and your friends and family! Here is my contact information for placing orders or inquiring about a product.

Emma Reese Designs

Tuesday, September 6, 2011

First Day of Pre-K

I love my daughter. She is my last little one. She is my only girl. And nothing thrills me more than dressing her up, especially after 2 boys!  So as we prepared for the first day of Pre-K, I suddenly realized something.  She had the most adorable outfit, but no bow to match!  Now, I know this may seem like "no big deal", but to all those moms of little "fashionistas", you understand me.  So of course I didn't have the right color of ribbon in my "stash", so off I went to the store at 7pm to find my supplies!  I came home, tucked my munchkins into bed and set to work making the perfect bow to match the fantastic "first day of school" outfit!  And I must say, the bow "made the outfit"!  Do you need that perfect bow?

Sunday, August 28, 2011

Today's A New Day!

For the last few years I have heard of, seen, and even followed blogs. Until just recently have I had any desire to be a part of all this. I am THE biggest crafty person! I love anything that involves hot glue, a sewing machine, ribbon, or fabric. My craftiness began in college while I was studying Early Childhood Education. The crafts and projects I created for my classroom were so much fun! Low and behold, I ended up a Kindergarten teacher for 3 years. Projects and crafts galore!! I was in heaven! Then I had my first child and as you all know, babies just seem to take up so much time! Go figure! No time for projects! I have been so blessed to be able to be a stay-at-home mom. Fast forward a few years, and our princess arrived. Being a girly-girl myself, I wanted her in everything foo-foo (is that even a word?). So as I started "shopping" online, I began to realize, "I can make that!". My very first outfit involved no sewing machine and a lot of fabric glue. You can say it, ewwww! So I invested in a $99 machine and began to learn. What I learned I loved! I invested in a better machine, and began to create. Every time I had my daughter in one of my "creations", I always got the question, "where did you get that". I needed a place to share my designs! Fast forward another few years, and now I have decided to start my own business. I'm using this blog to sell my creations! In honor of my one and only baby girl, welcome to Emma Reese Designs!