Birthday Cupcake Bib

Here's a special custom birthday bib for a special little 1-year-old! This one is a pink and white seersucker with a chenille backing and velcro closure. You can choose the bib color and cupcake customization. It can also be personalized with a name underneath or layered on the cupcake.

Back to School

This is my pillowcase dress with a twist for Back to School. It has a fresh apple and pear design with a whimsical red and white polka dot band along the bottom. The ribbon ties are brown and white check. When the weather turns cooler, a long sleeved tee can be layered underneath and it will work throughout the winter as well. It can also be coordinated with bloomers, pantaloons or capris, depending on the age of your child. You're not limited to this fabric choice, either, so let me know if you'd like this in a different color or print. Back to School Special: $25.00

Initial Onesie and Bloomers

I love this one! It's a onesie with an initial appliqued to the front, with matching bloomers. I put the full name on the back of the bloomers just for fun. This can be customized for a baby boy as well (no bloomers) or altered a little by layering the full name over the initial on the front.
This particular one is a gift for a friend of mine, so if you know who this is for, please don't tell her!

2nd Birthday Outfit

I made this for Tatum's 2nd birthday last year. I have pictures of her wearing it but they're not so great. This is the A-line dress in pink gingham with matching knickers. The cupcake can accommodate up to 5 candles (I think) and can be made with white or pink chenille "frosting". I can create it in almost any color combination or fabric choice. The brown is showing up really dark in the photo (I have got to get a better lighting situation for pictures!) but it's a cute chocolate-y contrast to the light pink.

Because Sometimes You Need A Dressier Bib to Spit Up On

The color is a little distorted in the photo, but this is more of a light coral pink damask with lime green monogram. I have several fabrics that coordinate well with it. The back is a fluffy white chenille and it has a Velcro closure.

Linen A-line Dress

This is a light blue linen A-line dress. It has a single initial monogrammed on the front. The little white blouse is not included, but the dress can be worn with or without it. This pattern style is so versatile, and I change it up in several different ways, but I also love it in its original style. It's fully lined and has matching covered buttons at each shoulder. I can also add knee-length bloomers or a diaper cover for an additional $10.

Scripture Frame

Scripture makes an even more powerful statement when your child's name is added to it. My daughter's frame says, "For God so loved Gentry that He gave His only son, so that when she believes, she will not perish but have everlasting life. John 3:16" These frames make unique baby shower or birthday gifts. You choose the paper theme or color scheme and the verse/name you want. A ribbon can also be added for hanging. **Sorry this picture is blurry. I'll try to post another picture soon.

Not Just for Easter

This year I wanted to make some cute Easter outfits for my kids that they could wear after the Easter Bunny was long gone. I made these coordinating top and pants sets that they wore for the Easter egg hunt, but could still be worn throughout the spring and summer. If I'm going to all that trouble, they're not going to wear it just once! The lime green zebra print is one of my favorites right now.

Custom Canisters

The personalized canister makes a great birthday gift for kids who earn an allowance. Add a few dollar bills and it's ready to go! It makes the perfect place for them to store their money and admire their wealth. This one says "Ava's Allowance" but you can choose what you want yours to say (i.e. The Tooth Fairy was Here, Papa's Cookies, etc.) as long as it fits around the canister. You also pick your ribbon colors or theme. It has an airtight seal so you can use it as a cookie or snack jar too. We made several of these with our school colors for teachers to store their box top labels in and they worked great in the classroom.


Custom clipboards make great teacher gifts! They can be customized by background design and name. The ribbon adds an extra touch of fun and whimsy. I hung one for each of my 3 girls on the wall to hold their school papers and other important reminders. They also like to use it while writing notes and watching TV, or drawing in the car while we travel. You aren't limited to brown zebra print, but it's a favorite of mine (can you tell?).

Pillowcase Dresses

The pillowcase dress is one of my personal favorites. It's a southern classic, especially with a monogram added to it. The black and white polka-dot with pink monogram is a striking color combination, but if you have a different color scheme in mind, let me know. I love shopping for fabric! I can make individual dresses or matching sets for sisters or cousins. Just email me your size specifications when you order. Also, let me know if you'd like the 3-initial monogram or full name embroidered on the front. These are great alone but also work well with a turtleneck underneath when the weather turns cooler.

Embellished Shirts and Dresses

I love to add monograms to my girls' store-bought clothing, just to add a touch of fun and uniqueness. I put a zebra "T" on my youngest daughter's T-shirt to proclaim her first initial, and she loves to spell her name for anyone who will listen when she wears it. The cross is also a popular choice right now, and can be added to a tank top or T-shirt. Ready-to-wear items are subject to availability and may vary from the item shown.


These little onesies are always a hit. They can be made to announce a little brother or sister in the making, or for any occasion. What baby boy won't look adorable in his little tie? The wording options are (almost) endless, as long as it fits! I use name brand products only, to ensure maximum comfort for these littlest people.

Burp Cloths

You can't go wrong when you give a boutique monogrammed burp cloth at a baby shower. Babies are messy, and moms love to use pretty, personalized burp cloths for their many uses. These are just a few samples of burp cloths I've made. The black damask one is for a baby yet to make her debut, but it's begging for a hot pink monogram to be added to it!
You can choose the vertical fabric style of burp cloth with your choice of monogram or name, or the horizontal style with ribbon and monogram. I also offer a set, which consists of a burp cloth and coordinating bib or 2 coordinating burp cloths. If you don't see a style of design you like, let me know and I'll create a unique set for you. Each burp cloth or set will come with a coordinating ribbon tied around it, ready to be given as a gift.

Birthday Outfits

These custom outfits are for a couple of very special little ladies about to celebrate their first birthday! They consist of an A-line top, complete with lining, covered buttons and a sweet little birthday cupcake appliqued on the front. The cute bloomers can be made to match or coordinate with the top. The candle can accommodate up to five candles, so it's not just for one-year-olds! For older little girls, the top can become an A-line dress without the bloomers. The dress works by itself or with a little blouse or turtleneck underneath. The grograin ribbon bows are removable for washing, although I've washed and dried them by mistake and they hold up just fine.

Hooded Towels

One of my favorite baby gifts to give away is the hooded towel. I use a fluffy, full-sized towel and add a hood, some ribbon embellishment and a name to make a great baby gift that can be used for a long time. I made each of my girls a hooded towel when they were babies and they can all still use theirs (my oldest is 8 years old!). The cute pink polka-dot one is for a little girl's 4th birthday. She has a summer birthday and spends a lot of time at the pool, so I hope she gets a lot of use out of it there. A friend asked me to make one for her second little boy, after her older one enjoyed his hooded towel so much. I used a Western flair for his with a khaki towel and bandana ribbon. Hope you like it, Tate!