When I was pregnant with Amber I knew that I wanted a girl. I just couldn’t wait to have a little girl to buy frilly and fun and pink things for!
Bob is not so much into the frills, or the bows, however. So it took a little while to convince him that the over sized bows that are all the rage these days are seriously sooooooo cute!
I eventually won the discussion (we discuss, not argue 😉 ) and now Amber wears an adorable bow, flower, or corker in her hair daily. The only problem is, these gorgeous bits of ribbon are *super* pricey!!! Plus since most of them are customized to match specific outfits–you need about 30 of them in order to go with a wardrobe that ranges in everything from brown and stripes to pink and lacy.
Eden Grimm is a mom who had this very problem and she decided to do something about it–why not make bows that can be switched and changed around according to the outfit, or how “blingy” you want to get that day? The result was her ingenious Make to Match Bows line–full of interchangeable layers and types that take about 90 seconds to snap together! It’s so easy that an 8 year old can do it (or a mom like me, haha). You can choose from stretchy headbands, woven headbands, or clips so you’re sure to find a base that works for your little darling!
I absolutely love the different items we were sent–the combo of white and pink made into this super darling piece for Amber that would be so cute for church!
We decided to take out Make to Match bows out for some real world testing and took them to the Boston Children’s Museum, I loved how perfectly they matched Amber’s swirly shirt and that I could do a pink and green combo for the day to go along with it!
I’m sure by now you want some for your own little princess! Be sure to follow Make to Match on Facebook and don’t forget to go enter to win your own bow set–-along with other great back to school products in the current Mompact promotion!