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Friday, July 19, 2013

Entrepreneurs in the Family

Speaking of creative entrepreneurs, I have a daughter and daughter-in-law who have their own little businesses with wonderful creative items. If you are looking for something special for a birthday, or a really unique Halloween costume check out Tutu Turtledoves. I love the little aprons that transform a little girl into a princess. They can be worn longer than a dress and can easily travel and be off or on in a jiffy. And what fun to have an assortment and invite some little friends over for a "dress up tea party." Here's a pretty Cinderella dressed for the ball.

And how about some special hair accessories that remind you of your favorite saint? Pepita Bananas offers beautiful hairbows perfect for a little girl's baptism or First Communion. Thinking Christmas in July? Here's one for your favorite Pepita's stocking. Happy shopping!
My husband and I will have our own little entrepreneurship activity after we harvest our honey on Saturday. We plan to sell not only local honey, but I'll be making some beeswax lip balm. I've already experimented with two batches and have a good recipe for starters. I'm not sure we'll ever recoup our investment in the bee business, but we're having fun and our worker bees aren't unionized and ask only a small sugar salary over the winter and when the summer nectar flow stops. If you're ever in Woodstock, stop at Camp Kreitzer and we'll introduce you to "the girls." 

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