Friday, September 19, 2008

Breast Feeding Reminder Bracelet


There you have it! I finally received my "O" bead in the mail from Alouette! Which meant that yesterday I was able to make my breast feeding reminder bracelet that I mentioned in an earlier post. I think it's super cute and can't wait to sell it to a nursing mother! Check out my shop if you or someone you know would like to order it: www.blingonastring.etsy.com

9 comments:

HeidiTri's said...

That's really beautiful. If I knew any one who was nursing, I'd buy it as a gift.

PennyCandy said...

Great minds think alike Heidi. I also think it is beautiful and if I had a friend that was nursing I'd buy it. The only pregnant people I know are some of my teenage students and I do not buy students gifts.

PennyCandy said...

I received the earrings Paul ordered from the auction and they are beautiful. They actually arrived while he was gone and since the envelope was addressed to him I did not open them. I have several outfits that the earrings will go nicely with.

Anonymous said...

Absolutely beautiful and quite a lot of thought into this original idea. Good luck with this craft of yours. Some lovely items on your site.
Aunt .e

Felicia said...

Thanks you guys!!! And I'm so glad you like your earrings, Belinda!

Anonymous said...

Hi everyone - I just bought it!!!!!I can't wait to give it to my best friend for her shower gift. I have to say though - I think this would be just as handy for bottle feeding too! Everett was weaned to formula a couple of weeks ago and I actually have a harder time remembering when he ate last. I think any new mom could use it.

Tanya

Sheila said...

I love mine for when we are out and about but at home, at first, I used my ITZBEEN. Magdalene likes to play with the bracelet now so I have to be carefull with it.

I'm sure you will be happy to make special orders!

Felicia said...

Thank you so much Tanya!! I hope your friend likes it! I can't wait to have one for myself.....someday! ;)

The Bo. Family said...

That's so neat! I would have loved one of those when I was nursing Jake. I'll have to check out your site! :)