Today I'm excited to be sharing about Oh Tiny Gifts by Moriah.
Moriah sent me this headband (I got pattern 19) ages ago and I absolutely love it!
I asked Moriah to share a little bit about her shop, her heart for designing her products, and just a look into the purpose behind her product.
I've always had the desire to run a little business. When I was younger I would try to think of things I could make and sell, though for some reason those construction paper chains I tried to make and sell never made it!
When my daughter, Gracie was born, I starting getting a little more "crafty" and creative. I wanted to make things that were special to both her and me because I made them. My mom bought me a sewing machine a few years back, and I only knew the very basic uses of it. Over the last few years I have been learning along the way as I try to create fun and versatile accessories.
Most importantly, I wanted to find a way that I could give back to others. I wanted my shop not just to benefit me, but to be able to help someone else along the way. Currently I am working on raising money to donate to Kerry Todd (a fellow blogger), and the money her family is raising towards their second adoption. 25% of proceeds go towards their adoption.
It's well made (I know this because I've worn it a lot and it still looks brand new), the perfect fit, and I always get complements when I wear it.
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*photo credit goes to Megan E Photos.
*headband c/o Oh Tiny Gifts, all opinions my own.
If you're interested in having me try out and review your product, email me at nadine at nadinewouldsay dot com. I love sharing the things I love.
P.S. I'm over on the Influence Network Blog today chatting a little bit about the network forums. Rach asked me to highlight a few topics that are great and worth checking out. If you're not already a member of the Influence Network, I truly don't know why. Try it out for a month, and be sure to read my thoughts on them before you do so you go in ready to thrive using the network.
The forums are where strangers become friends, where collaborations happen, and where Jesus is glorified as we all speak truth to one another.