You know that moment when your heart explodes because your kid eagerly gives you her gift, her work of heart — your portrait, in scribbles and stick limbs? That moment is the inspiration behind my manifesto for handmade giving, shared in my latest guest post on ethicalDeal.com.
Handmade gifts trump mall-finds any day. But as romantic as it sounds, the idea of making gifts scares away busy moms. You might be turned off by the thought of complicated projects and a time-consuming process.
The countdown is on. There are less than 5 days left before Christmas. If you’re a last-minute mama, you’re freaking out about all the Christmas shopping you have left to do. And every time you see people posting pictures of their tree with piles of wrapped presents underneath, your left eye starts twitching.
Today is an exception to Mama’s Music Mantra; it’s all music and no mantra. But it happens to be the theme song for the latest Tutu Mama tutu design, “The Peppermint Twist” tutu. The song pick: The Peppermint Twist by Joey Dee and the Starliters. Now turn up those speakers, click play, and do the peppermint twist.
Q: What’s better than giving the gift of a handmade Tutu Mama tutu this Christmas?
A: Giving Tutu Mama’s “World’s Most Meaningful” gift card. With a name like that I realize you expect to be impressed. Don’t worry, I plan on knocking your socks off. Cling on to those knee-highs and keep reading.
Ok so the countdown to Halloween is on! Ten days left! I’ve never been one to dress up as something scary or spooky on Halloween. I’ve always gone for the cute and pretty. And now, Halloween is double the fun with a little toddler to dress up as well!
Last Thursday I got the chance to meet the wonderfully gifted Rebecca Sehn, children’s portrait photographer, to finalize the magical combination of her photography and my tutus!
I’m excited to announce that I am offering custom-made orders for Rebecca’s clients who’d like their little girl to don a tutu in a pretty portrait session.
Wondering what that would look like? Tiana willingly volunteered to show you just how enchanting it can be.
Valentine’s Day was around the corner and cupids were in full attack mode. Everywhere I turned I saw hearts, flowers, and lipstick kissy marks. It was time for another Tutu Mama tutu! I knew my design was going to be:
1. Valentine’s-inspired; and
2. versatile enough to wear any day of the year.
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I'm Nat Nanton, founder of Tutu Mama. Becoming a mother has made me commit to living my greatest life. If you can relate to that, you're in the right place.
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