Wednesday, January 27, 2010

Amelie Jo

Who doesn't love organic clothing for children? How about if it was affordable? Would affordable, organic, and absolutely adorable, be too much to ask for? Not at Amelie Jo. Here you will find unique, handmade clothing that doesn't break the bank. The creator, Anna, is a stay at home mother of two that had an epiphany, one sunny afternoon, "when I found a vintage portrait of a wise, old owl and a blank, white tee in my baby girl's closet. I was soon lost in creativity, carefully adding colorful buttons and a bit of hand embroidery. I fell in love with the result and had much too much fun with the process! I realized that I had just created a piece that I had been searching for since my child's birth - an affordable, organic, vintage inspired tiny bit of heaven, punctuated with a little flair and a whole lotta love!"

Amelie Jo also has a fun blog with informative articles on handmade life and fabulous reviews and giveaways from other talented may just see Orabelle Baby featured one day soon...

1 comment:

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