Hello bloggy friends!
I have another delightful surprise for you today. It is the cutest little hair clip that you ever did see, and it is perfect for anyone who has at least a tiny scrap of hair. The store is called What the Scrap, actually, and the owner is an awesome hipster and proud mommy of 2 names Liz. Liz makes unbelievably precious felt hair clips and pacifier clips. Oh they are SOOOO swoon-worthy!
Darah actually wore her birdie clip to our first MOPS playdate this week, and another mom immediately asked if it was an Etsy find. Absolutely it is; I don’t have a crafty bone in my body.
But I’m so glad that there are people in this world just like Liz who have great vision AND great execution skills so that Darah can be accessorized well!
Buy it!: You know you want one of these. They are just too cute to pass up. Clips from What the Scrap hover right around $3.00. BARGAIN!!!! And the pacifier clips are also just nuts..in a good way. This turtle clip is so cute it makes me want to have a little boy!
Win it!: One of you is going to snag a hair clip of your choice (from the alligator clip collection)!!! The contest will run until September 19th at 11:59pm EST when a winner will be selected using Random.org. The winner will have 48 hours to respond to the winning notification before the prize is forfeited and a new winner is drawn. Open to residents of the United States. Limit one entrant per household, please.
Mandatory entry: Choose the clip you want if you win (and choose wisely, as you’ll get what you ask for!).
1. “Like” What the Scrap on Facebook (she offers special deals to her fans…don’t miss out!)
2. Follow What the Scrap on Twitter
3. Follow Stuff Parents Need on Twitter
4. “Like” Stuff Parents Need on Facebook
5. Subscribe to Stuff Parents Need by RSS, email or Google Friend Connect (only one extra entry, even if you subscribe multiple ways).
Be sure to enter my other current giveaways (listed on the sidebar of my home page).
Disclosure: I received a complimentary product for review purposes. The opinions expressed here are strictly my own.