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Sunday, October 28th 2007

10:27 AM

Bitty Braille Giveaway

I love unique ideas and Bitty Braille has come up with a neat one. She's designed cute children's tees with metal studs (sparkly for girls, plain for boys) spelling out a word in Braille. The translation is hand-embroidered underneath (cursive or print).

She also carries hair clips and birthstone charms.

I love this concept! If you'd like a chance to win one of the tees, go to Crunchy Domestic Goddess and follow the three steps to be eligible.

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Wednesday, April 9th 2008 @ 12:51 AM

Posted by Audra Silva:

I bet it would come back to you fairly quick though. LOL about the verification word.
Monday, October 29th 2007 @ 10:41 AM

Posted by s'mee:

I love the idea of a braille t-shirt, so cool. At one time I could read braille, but it's the ol' use it or lose it... and now I only recognize a few letters in the basic language. grrr! Glad to have found your blog!:) (cool: my visual verification is YYEA! lol)
Monday, October 29th 2007 @ 9:20 AM

Posted by Audra Silva:

I loved the educational side, too. i didn't realize that part of the profits went to the American Foundation for the Blind. Thanks for mentioning that. :)
Sunday, October 28th 2007 @ 6:23 PM

Posted by alejna:

That is such a cool idea. They are cute and educational. Plus I love it that a percentage of the profits go to the American Foundation for the Blind.
Sunday, October 28th 2007 @ 5:32 PM

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