By now, most of you know how much I absolutely love this island I now call ‘home’. Apart from being a majestic, magical, peaceful place to live (for those of us who love being in nature and enjoy outdoor activities), Manitoulin Island is home to many incredible small businesses.
I love supporting local businesses. There’s something so special about the love and time small business owners put into their craft. Whether it be products or services, our household definitely supports local Manitoulin businesses.
One of the newest businesses I have had the pleasure of discovering is BabyBits.ca! I was given a few items to try on Little One.
My little girl loves the headbands and elastics she was given. Very cute, comfortable, and well made.
Every single item is made lovingly by hand. When visiting BabyBits.ca, I was shown many different fabrics, shades of material and other items used to create these beautiful headbands! The flowers are all so unique and pretty! I have little secret. I actually use some of the hair ties that were given to Little One!
Here are some beautiful items BabyBits has for little cuties!
I am happy to have been able to interview Bev, the owner of BabyBits.ca.
1. Please tell us a little bit about yourself.
2. How did your business come about?
I hand-make all my products. Satin flower headbands and hair clips for infants, babies, toddlers, and girls of all ages. I also make elastic hair ties. The headbands and hair clips are made to order.. Customers choose a colour and style of flower and headband, and I make the item. Some pre-made products are available at M&R Jewellery in Gore Bay (http://www.mrjewellery.ca).
4. Is there a message you’d like to share with readers?
BabyBits.ca would like to give one lucky Life on Manitoulin reader a set of 3 headbands (colours and size to be selected by winner) and a set of 6 hair ties (colours to be selected by winner)! To enter, simply fill out the Rafflecopter form below!
a Rafflecopter giveaway
Disclosure – I was given products for review purposes. The opinions on this blog are honest and my own.