Yes, it is Saturday and today’s spotlight is on Love, Lori! This fun, craft lady was at a recent Thirty One party and kept everyone interacting during the party. I wish she was around when Belinda was younger because I think I made ALOT of the Disney Princess costumes so this would have been a GREAT addition.
Here is a little bit out the AMAZING Lori:
Love, Lori Crochet was born from my absolute love of crocheting, beads and color. My Mommom taught me to crochet when I was 12 and I have been crocheting ever since. I sell original crochet designs that are one-of-a-kind and made with love, great detail and care.
My line includes adorable hats in many characters like Elsa, Anna and Olaf from Disney’s Frozen, my ever popular Hooty Owls, Hello Kitty, puppies, cats, zebras, Lalaloopsy, Princesses, Monster High Skull & Crossbones, Mickey & Minnie Mouse, Angry Birds, Sock Monkeys, Minions, Pokemon, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, Footballs and many many more. They are stylish, warm and people go crazy for them! I do all sizes and welcome custom orders.
My Beautiful Disney Princess Tiaras are so popular and are adorned with sparkling beads, sequins, crystals and gemstones. I design a unique and stunning Tiara for every Disney Princess as well as Minnie Mouse, Sofia the First and all the Disney Fairies. I crochet newborn to adult and can create custom Tiaras for parties.
My sparkly floral headbands are overflowing with beads and gems, and look awesome on little girls. I also create custom apparel, tops and theme outfits/costumes like Ariel and the Queen of Hearts and welcome your requests.
All of my crochet designs start with 100% cotton yarn. Each one is original and stunning. If you are looking for something unique and truly beautiful for a special baby, your little girl, or yourself, please contact me. You can see my designs here on my facebook page and also at www.loveloricrochet.etsy.com. You can also email me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you stop by Lori’s Facebook page… let her know that you heard about her via this blog post.
Have a ThirtyOne-derful Saturday!