Review & Giveaway: Two Elizabeths

29Jun09

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Looking for a unique, vintage-style for your baby?  Look no further that Two Elizabeths!  They have the cutest vintage patterns and designs that will have everyone asking “where did you get that?!”  Unlike the typical baby patterns you see these days, Two Elizabeths have a unique style all its own!  We were sent a super cute Pink Polka Dot Burp & Bucket set!  The Burp & Bucket Set includes a baby burp cloth embellished with rick rack and then rolled up and placed into a 3 inch mini bucket with a coordinating design.  The bucket is perfect for holding cotton balls, diaper creams and ointments at an arms reach!  The set comes ready to gift-give wrapped in cellophane and tied with a matching ribbon!  Two Elizabeths also has a great selection of children’s hangers, bibs, burp cloths, changing pads and much more!  The changing pads feature a vintage style fabric on one side and  a soft minky dot fabric on the other.  They roll up easily and can be secured with the attached grosgrain ribbon for traveling on the go!  If you need a unique shower gift or gift for a new mother – Two Elizabeths has got you covered!  Available at www.twoelizabeths.biz

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Two Elizabeths has graciously offered to give two of our readers a changing pad in the Girls Ironing Pattern (pink) and the Kids Playing pattern (blue & green)!  To enter, simply click HERE!  Contest ends on July 10th, 2009!

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