I don’t know what took me so long to add some cute dog designs and cat designs to the shop, but I finally did, and I think your little ones are going to love them!
Here are some of our girly designs featuring a cute puppy dog:
And here are some of the mealtime items we created for little boys:
I’m a dog person (although I do love kittens!). My sister, Kim, is a cat person, and she insisted we offer some cat designs, too…
All of these new designs are available on our mealtime items (plates, bowls, cups, and place mats). We’re also offering a dog design on our chore charts, puzzles, and name labels. These items make great personalized gifts for kids of all ages – babies, toddlers, pre-schoolers and school-age children.
I love how everything turned out, and I hope you do, too!
The chevron pattern is another design trend that’s on the decline, but certainly not going away. Whether it’s a single color with white or a multitude of colors, it’s a fun, cheerful pattern that works on just about anything. Here are a few cute gift items I found on the web today including a couple of popular chevron items from Sarah & Abraham…
- Chevron Name Labels, Sarah & Abraham
- Monogrammed Lunch Box, Etsy
- Water Bottle, Pottery Barn Teen
- Monogram Pillow Cover, Pottery Barn Teen
- iPhone Case, Society6
- Personalized Backpack, Etsy
- Monogrammed Lunch Bag, Etsy
- Personalized Chevron Notepad, Sarah & Abraham
I was talking to my daughter recently about trends, and I gave her the example of how you used to see owls everywhere. It got me thinking about how they’re not quite on everything anymore, but surely they’re not going away completely. I still love cute owl designs (as do my customers!), so I took a look around the web to see what other cute owl gift items I could find…
- Morning Owl Phone Case, Society6
- Stephen Joseph Owl Rolling Luggage, ebags.com
- Cheerful Owl Personalized Kids Plate, Sarah & Abraham
- Owl Backpack, Boden
- Heys Travel Tots Owl Luggage, Macy’s
- Owls Socks, Belk
- Owl Name Labels, Sarah & Abraham
- Embroidered Owl 2-Piece Pajama Set, Nordstrom Rack
Things are getting very girly and very 80s around here with the addition of a whole bunch of unicorn & rainbow designs in the shop!
You’ll find these new designs on all of our mealtime items, plus name labels (perfect for summer camp!), note cards, notepads, gift labels and chore charts!
Superhero-themed gifts aren’t only for boys! Girl superhero items have been almost as popular as the boy items at Sarah & Abraham, so this morning I took a look around to see what else I could find for super girls. If you’re invited to a superhero-themed birthday party for a little girl, I think that any of these would be a big hit!
- Personalized Superhero Girl Plate, Sarah & Abraham
- Turquoise Pink Sparkle Cape, Etsy
- Personalized Superhero Girl Puzzle, Sarah & Abraham
- Personalized super girl t shirt, Etsy
- Superhero girl doll, Etsy
Superhero-themed gifts have always been popular at Sarah & Abraham, so I decided to take a little look around the web this morning to see what other cute superhero goodies I could find for boys. Here’s a roundup of my favorite super hero gift ideas. If you’re invited to a superhero-themed birthday party, I think that any of these would be a big hit!
- Personalized Superhero Boy Plate, Sarah & Abraham
- Superhero boy doll, Etsy
- Handmade Superhero Cape, Etsy
- Superhero Lunch Box, Frecklebox
- Personalized Superhero Boy Puzzle, Sarah & Abraham
Last summer was the first time I sent my son to a sleep away summer camp. The camp provided a basic list of what to bring (clothes, shoes, sunscreen, towels, etc.), but what I found super helpful was a list of extras that a friend shared with me. She had been sending her son to a sleepover sports camp for years, and she recommended all kinds of things that I wouldn’t have thought of:
- flashlight & backup batteries
- desktop fan
- extension cord & power strip
- shower shoes
- Frogg Toggs Cooling Towel
- drawstring-type backpack
- alarm clock
- laundry bag
- Benadryl tube
Of course, my recommendation is to put some Sarah & Abraham waterproof name labels on everything you can and send along the extras with your child (they can put them on disposable water bottles and other items that they receive while at camp).
My daughter isn’t quite ready for a sleepover summer camp yet, but when she is, we’ll know just what to pack for her.