Lately, I feel like every time I log on Facebook, there is a new page selling kids clothes that they “suggest I like”. There are so many Facebook pages selling clothes now. It’s tough to know which ones to trust for high quality clothes. It’s great to get a deal in a daily “flash sale” but who knows what you could be getting! I think the Facebook auction style is fun & there are a few I keep an eye on. Lately, my favorite sales to watch on Facebook are Stellybelly. I’ve now tried out a few of their outfits & I can say this: Stellybelly is a Facebook sale you can certainly trust for quality kids clothes.
Here’s a little bit about the company:
Stellybelly was created with one goal in mind, to dress children in fabulous clothing at an affordable price. We have been able to achieve this goal by going factory direct. This allows us to be totally hands on with our design and quality control, but also grants us the ability to purchase at a lesser cost that we pass on to our customers. We are fanatical about the design and quality of our products and are dedicated to customer service, we want you to not only love our clothing, but also the moms that are behind their creation!
Everything I got was beautiful & well made. I also think their clothes run very true to size. They often have great sibling sets in the sales, like this adorable octopus set that the girls are wearing.
Their ruffled bubbles are just too cute. To shop Stellybelly, “like” their Facebook page & watch for sales every Monday and Wednesday nights 8:30CT. Our readers will receive 10% off with code BLOG10 through the end of May! Just include the code in your bid.
Now for a fun DIY accessory!
When I was a kid, I thought that candy necklaces were the coolest thing around. Who doesn’t enjoy an accessory that you can eat? Maggie is really into jewelry lately so I thought it would be fun to get her a candy necklace. After I couldn’t find one at the store, I decided we could try & make some. These are our 2 new candy accessories:
Apple Jack Bracelets (can also be necklaces)
Apple Jacks or Fruit Loops
Pipe cleaners or yarn
Just have the kids slide the cereal onto the pipe cleaners/yarn. Then help them close the bracelet at the end by knotting the yarn or twisting/folding the pipe cleaner.
Maggie really thought this was fun!
Marshmallow & Candy Necklace
Yarn or string
Icing or peanut butter
Small candies (we used Smarties)
Use the straw to make holes in the center of the marshmallow. String the marshmallows onto the yarn. Use the icing/peanut butter as glue to add on your candy “jewels”. We used yarn, but I think it would be easier/ look nicer if you used a plastic coated string, like lanyard.
Now the kids can wear & eat their new accessories!
We were not compensated for this post. We did receive clothes for review from Stellybelly. As always, all opinions are our own.