Saturday, December 3, 2011

Receiving Blanket Wrapping "Paper"

What a great idea! How "Green" is this?! We found this over on All Things G&D Blog.  Simply wrap your gift in a receiving blanket.  Very creative and less waste.

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Saturday, November 26, 2011

Monthly Onesies! Baby Shower Gift Idea

 A very simple yet unique gift for a baby shower.  Monthly Onesies! These were handmade simply using stickers and onesies! Maybe you can DIY!

Check out Valerie's post from Booga Boo!

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Monday, September 5, 2011

Baby Shower Theme: Pamper Party

In recent years, a Pamper Party along with the Baby Shower has become especially popular.  Usually a pamper party may be held in addition to a Baby Shower.  Men are welcome to attend the shower, and usually are seperated from the women.  Maybe the men are downstairs in the man cave aka basement, or positioned in the backyard.  Either way their only job is to bring a pack of pampers.  This helps the family to be.

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Sunday, July 10, 2011

Wee Bit Trendy's Baby Bouquet

Check out this mini baby bouqet we made for Baby Gabriella!  It includes 2 onesies and 2 pair of socks... Deluxe version coming soon to Wee Bit Trendy :-)

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Tuesday, July 5, 2011

Wee Bit Trendy & The Supermompreneur Contest

Please vote for Wee Bit Trendy in Volusion's Supermompreneur Makeover Contest! We need a website makeover so bad, and if we win, we get a full 360 makeover along with a couple of other cool tools to run our business. 

Please vote for us!

Here is the link to "like" us -

All you have to do is visit our Story Page and "like" our small business story.  That's it.  Also, if you could help us spread the word by sharing this on Twitter or Facebook, that would be great. Thank you in advance for all your help!

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Help me become a SUPERMOMPRENEUR with Wee Bit Trendy

Hey Family & Friends,

I need your help :-).  I entered Wee Bit Trendy in Volusion's Supermompreneur Makeover Contest so that we can win a complete website makeover and other cool prizes.  All you have to do is "like" our business story. 

Here is the link to our page:
We are currently right on the front page of the website, which is PRETTY COOL!
Please "like" our story and spread the word to your friends.  That'sit!
We really wanna win, and it only takes you a second.  Thank you!!


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Sunday, March 13, 2011

Saturday, March 12, 2011

Cutest Baby Contest sponsored by Miss Bow Bizness

Miss Bow Bizness is running a cute baby contest! If you have a baby girl between the age of 0 to 3 years old, email your fave photo to Miss Bow Bizness Owner, Ashley Garrick at: before Monday! (hurry)

On Monday, March 14th, Ashley will upload all of the contestants on Miss  Bow Bizness facebook page and the voting can begin! Tell your family and friends to vote for your baby by clicking "like" on your child's picture.

In order to vote, you must be a fan of Miss Bow Bizness on Facebook or otherwise they won't have the ability to comment or "like" things on the page. It will be very easy for you to track who's voting for your baby and to see how many votes they have by simply looking at who "liked" their photo.

The winner will recieve a FREE headband valued at $15 dollars.

No purchase neccessary.

All are welcome.

Contest ends 3-31-11.

Visit Miss Bow Bizness for more info:

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Thursday, January 27, 2011

Sharp with Art Group invites you to Dogs on the Yard (Feb 21, 2011)

Hi Wee,
You are invited to the following event:
Dogs on the Yard
Feb 21, 2011
6:00 PM
Urban Outfitters Campus @ Philadelphia Naval Yard
Building 543
5000 S Broad St
Philadelphia, PA 19112
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Event Details: Sharp with Art Group presents Dogs on the Yard Art Exhibition Opening Reception: Monday, February 21, 2011 6:00 pm (RSVP is a MUST) Held at URBAN OUTFITTERS HEADQUARTERS In the Philadelphia  Naval Yard URBN 5000 S Broad St Building 543 Philadelphia,...Read more
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Sunday, January 2, 2011


So since WEE are in the business of cupcakes, diaper cakes and more... we wanted badly to create a cupcake stand from scratch, and we were going to make this huge divine three tier cupcake stand for my daughter's 7th birthday sleepover, but with only 5 of her friends attending, I didn't see the  need for all those cupcakes, so we had to improvise!  That's the best thing, our most favorite part. 

We turned this:

(which comes with treat bags and stickers and three "Birthday Princess" printouts)


The coolest part is that we found the Wilton Cake Stand at Dollar Tree! Check your local Dollar Tree stores for more, I saw princess and one for boys, which was sport related.  I was really tempted to pick more than one up, but was able to curve my appetite for shopping!
I took pics along the way, but they aren't the greatest, but I'm sure they will do!

  • Wilton Cake Stand Kit
  • Styrofoam Circles
  • Piece of Cardboard (big enough to cut out a 10" circle)
  • Scissors
  • Hot Glue Gun
  1. First I put together the cake stand as directed on the box, but I did NOT attach the circle piece to the cake stand, I left that to the side and used that as the top tier.


  2. I then used some styrofoam circles approx 5 inches tall (also found at Dollar Tree, but can also be found at ANY craft store for VERY cheap). It is pictured above, wrapped in ribbon.
  3. I wrapped the styrofoam circle in ribbon to match the cupcake/cake stand holder and party decor.  I simply hot glued the ribbon around the foam. BE VERY CAREFUL, the styrofoam can melt, so you have to work quick and fast, but also take your time to be sure you don't burn your fingertips or the styrofoam too much.
  5. I put that to the side to dry.
  6. This step is totally optional, but I reinforced the part of the stand that holds the cake.  When you open the cake stand box, the circle is folded, and won't hold a lot of weight without proper support, so I had no other choice but to reinforce it and I am sorry that there are not any pics of this part.
    1. To reinforce the cake, just get a piece of cardboard, (I used an empty cardboard shipping box), but any cardboard will do, even the top of your pizza box.
    2. Trace the circle that came with the cake stand
    3. Cut that circle out, I actually had DH cut them out with a razor blade.
    4. Hot glue the cardboard circle to circle that comes with the cake stand.  I just squeezed some hot glue in zig zag pattern in the middle of the cardboard boxes, glued them together, and then glued together any obvious openings.
    5. Let it sit to the side to dry
  7. The next step is to glue the styrofoam circle to the cake stand circle, not to the base
  8. Hot Glue the stand to the base and viola!

This end up holding a 2 layer super yummy lemon cake with chocolate icing, and 12 mini cupcakes.  It could possibly hold 5-6 more in the back, but with the cake and number of guests, we didn't need that many.

I would say the project cost about $5 for the materials, and it was fun to make.  I'm thinking of even more fun to have with it... stay tuned :-)

P.S. - thanks for reading.

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Reminder: Win a Free Diaper Cake

Pssstt.... Just a reminder about our Diaper Cake Giveaway!: Yes, we are giving away one of our lovely diaper cakes to a lucky supporter of Wee Bit Trendy! There is only about a week left, and January 10, 2011 is the last day to enter!

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Coming Soon: Pee Pee Tee Pee

SNEAK PEAK! Coming soon to Wee Bit Trendy...

Pee Pee Tee Pee!

These are a couple we created, and a few more are on the way.  So excited :-)

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