The Hunt For Strawberry Shortcake

I’m always amazed at the things that other parents will do for their kids. Once in a while I’ll think, nope not me. Not in a million years. Then it happens… I become one of those parents.

Last week was my youngest child’s birthday. She loves Strawberry Shortcake! So, since she’s heading off to preschool this I thought, no problem, I’ll get her a Strawberry Shortcake backpack. Easier said than done!

Strawberry Shortcake isn’t exactly hanging on the shelves at our local Wal-Mart. So, I surfed the internet and found a lot of great things for my daughter that were Strawberry Shortcake.

 Like this adorable Strawberry Shortcake crayon tote from Emmigracekids.etsy.com. Perfect for carrying along in the car for all those trips we’ve been making this summer or off to Grandma’s house.

Then there’s always this cute little hair bow from ChicClips.

And then who couldn’t resist these sweet little necklace from ZWILLINE97.

Since these items aren’t easily found in stores, I love to search Etsy for unique and custom things. There are a great variety of talented people and you can find the cutest, custom, and on of a kind things. Like these too.

    

Alas, so much to choose from….

With my latest work in progress sent off to the betas, I’ll have plenty of time to find that backpack and doe a little more strawberry shortcake hunting (or shopping 🙂 )

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Daughter of a dairy farmer, this crafty mom has a heart for all things handmade. When she's not writing or crafting, you can find her creating memories with her family.

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