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Ta-da!  Here it is….my first blog.  No, really, it’s my first EVER blog.   So, for such special occasion, I’d like to tell you what our unique boutique is about.

We’re a boutique with the pet-lover in mind.  Our inspiration comes from our large and small four-legged rescued pets,  primarily of the canine and equine variety.  And of course, you have to pamper yourself as much as you pamper your pets, so we didn’t forget their humans (yes, that’s you)!  We’re expanding our products daily, so be sure to check back often!

Everything in our boutique is handmade…whether it’s sewn, quilted, beaded, braided or tied….our hands made it with great care.  We also strive to have a variety of items…whether it’s a rope horse halter, paracord dog collar, quillow, or crocheted baby booties.  We truly hope that you enjoy our products as much as we have enjoyed making them.

We’re all about custom orders too!  If you see something in our shop that’s just not exactly what you’re looking for, contact us and we’ll do our best to design what you have in mind.

To expand our presence, we hope to be out and about at events such as horse shows, farmer’s markets and craft fairs throughout the year.  If you know of a place where we’d be a good fit, that’s within a few hours of the St. Louis, MO area, we’d love to hear your suggestions!

If you’ve made it this far in reading my first blog, thank you.  If you liked what you read, be sure to print this out and put it on the refrigerator.  But seriously, I look forward to informing, entertaining, enlightening and educating you in our future blogs!

Angie

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Tags: baby, booties, crochet, halters, handmade, horse, quillows, quilt, rope, vintage

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Comment by Angie on February 6, 2013 at 11:35am

Thank you for the positive feedback Melissa!

Comment by Melissa on February 5, 2013 at 3:13am

nice blog post and congrats on your first blog.

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