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30 August 2011

She’s turning 4 & has style

 My little lady is turning 4 in a couple of weeks. The time has certainly flown. It seems I was only pregnant yesterday and all of a sudden, here is this amazing little girl with attitude and her own style.

With her birthday party fast approaching, I’ve been asked by some of the mums what sort of gifts she’d like. My response was “just the usual sorts of gifts for a 4 year old girl”… but now I know better.

I was recently contacted to review some kids accessories by Stephen Joseph Gifts (SJG). My daughter has fallen in love with these products… and I have too!

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Stephen Joseph Gifts was founded in America 30 years ago and is now available in Australia and putting a smile on the faces of Aussie kids.


     
Stephen Joseph Gifts are durable and high-quality accessories which help kids stand out in the playground.

     

Rather than the usual Barbie or Ben 10 products, which everyone seems to have, Stephen Joseph Gifts have fun and quirky products and designs. They are bright and vibrant and suitable for boys and girls aged 2 to 8.

  

To view the full range of Stephen Joseph Gift products and for stockist information, please visit www.skeddadle.com.au.

I love this Owl lunch bag. It measures 25.5cm x 19cm x 7.5cm and think it would be THE perfect size to carry around my hand-sewing or my EPP hexagon flowers.



What do you think? What would you use this ULTRA cute bag for?

Disclaimer: No monetary compensation was given for this review. I did, however, receive complimentary Stephen Joseph Gift products to review. All opinions are my own or of my family, where applicable.

6 comments:

  1. Gorgeous stuff! That hooty owl bag would definately look great with some hand stitching in it though I would be wanting to carry it all the time so maybe lunch bag by day & sewing bag by night. Love the cupcake bag too. Tracee xx

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  2. I think my knitting would fit very well in that bag!

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  3. I've never heard of this line of products before. They are adorable, but not as cute as your little girl!
    Why not use that cute owl bag as a sewing kit?!

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  4. I love the boys things! I really like things that aren't brand name.

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  5. Your little girl is so adorable, Anorina. Enjoy every minute! My DGD is 24 now and it seems no time since she was 4!!!!
    Those products look very good quality, and so colourful, I love all things "OWL"- would be a great bag for storing hexies (made and in the making!!) :)

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