Are you tired to giving the same Woolies baby-gros to your friends and family with newborns?  Make sure you check out the beautiful items offered by Flower Child.  Each item is handmade locally in the Garden Route, and only the best quality organic cotton is used.  Sue is a long-time family friend, and I can honestly say that each and every item is made with care and love.  This is what she says on her page:

“Flower-child creates quaint crocheted baby shoes and beanies for girls in an array of cute styles: Mary-Janes , peep toe sandals and dainty white pearl booties & matching beanie for that special Christening occasion. For baby boys, stylish moccasins, sandals and ankle boots with complementary beanie are available in a rainbow of fun colours. Personalised accessories such as headbands for girls and pin on butterflies and flowers are also available. All Flower-child products are made locally, by hand in 100% organic cotton and with lots of love. Beanie sizes range from new-born to adult and shoes from new born to 1 year. Prices start from R85 to R 120, depending on size and article.”

Sue is happy to take personalised orders (you can choose whatever colours and design that you want).  Contact her via her Facebook page, or by email or phone (Sue Walters: sue@flower-child.co.za, 082 925 4088, 044 874 4378).  You can also order through her page at From the Heart Emporium.

I’ve added some of my favourite items below, but you can visit her page to see her full range.

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2 thoughts on “Loving…Flower Child”

  1. I just about died from the cuteness of those little shoes! Having a baby is Sept & will hop onto the website right now to have a look.

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