About My Sweet Little Princess Bowtique

Dear fans, thank you for visiting my blog.

This is Fern from Singapore! I have been making hair accessories for little princesses for all ages in from Singapore, UK, Brunei, Malaysia, USA, Brazil, Bulgaria, Indonesia, Ireland (hopefully more in the future) since 2009.

All my accessories are specially handcrafted with lots of love & care , using quality materials and my accessories will last a long time with proper care. I hope your little girl/girls will grow up with my accessories – do send back your accessories for servicing/repair/re-size/conversion/redesign.

We need not always have to throw away as there are always ways to revamp into something else! .

- All items are specially handcrafted in Singapore in a clean, smoke-free, happy home!

Most of the items could be customized into a bigger or smaller sizing, or handcrafted into another colour or make into a hairclip or headband. If you see anything here and couldn't find it on our Etsy Store, please contact me and I will be happy to put up on our Store.

Cuteness architect, Fern :)

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01 November 2009

About Initials Bows and Clips

Bows and Clippies with Names will be discontinued with immediate effect.
I will not be doing names in future.


This is to protect the safety and privacy of our little ones. Although this is not happening here, however in other countries - this had made kids a target of a predator.
A predator can read the name from the label and call out to a kid while appearing to "know" your child. It's often difficult for kids to separate strangers from acquaintances, and even good guys from the bad guys, and an a adult calling by them often makes a child think the person must be on the okay list.

What do you think?
Think twice about putting names, maybe adding an initial seems safer.

Thank you Marie (from USA) for sharing this with me.

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