Introducing MOMtrepreneur The Baby Atelier. An Amazing Baby Accessory Brand

Introducing The Featured Momtrepreneur The Baby Atelier

I’m taking a bit of a Spring Break from my Spring Cleaning posts to share something new! Don’t worry if you can’t get enough cleaning and organizing tips I’ll be back with a new post on Monday. You won’t want to miss it! It’s one of my favorite topics.

I can’t hide my excitement about a new style of post that I am piloting. The Featured MOMtrepreneur.  A momtrepreneur is a woman who sets up and runs her own business in addition to caring for her young child or children.

I know so many remarkable moms out there that hold down a 9-5 job, have a side hustle and raise amazing kids. How do they do it? Especially with only so many hours in the day. I am here to find out and share these astounding ladies stories with all of you, all while promoting their businesses.

Even though this is my first feature, I’m going to run out of friends pretty soon! So I thought it would be an absolute pleasure meeting new mom’s among my readers. If you are a MOMtrepreneur and would like to share your story on my Blog next month please send me an email at organizingmotherhood@gmail.com and I will send you all the details!

Today’s feature is a good friend of mine. She has two gorgeous babies, works 9-5, manages to be one of the most stylish people I know and to boot she started her own business – The Baby Atelier.

I now introduce to you – Julie.

This post contains affiliate links, which means that at no additional cost to you I may receive a small commission if you purchase an item using my links. I however will only recommend items that I have in fact used and love.

My name is Julie and I’m the owner of a new handmade experience – The Baby Atelier. I’m helping to make little girls even more cute, one headband at a time.  I’ve always been crafty but more importantly I get tremendous satisfaction out of making things with my hands and to see my ideas come to life!

When my daughter was born I didn’t want to put her in a cheap/generic headband. I couldn’t find anything I wanted, so I started to make them myself. I started out with chiffon single petals sewn together with a rhinestone center, I named this style Natasha, after my daughter. A friend of mine kept pushing me to sell them so just recently I finally opened up my own Etsy shop and I’m so excited about it. I’m grateful to Organized Motherhood for connecting me with you awesome mommies! 

My headbands are reasonably priced between $5.99 to $22.99. A majority fall below $14.99 and all are handmade by me. I wanted something that you didn’t have to think too hard about. You’ll think about a $25 headband but maybe not a $7.95 one!!
I have to thank Julie for being the first Featured MOMtrepreneur. Please check out Julie’s amazing creations and follow her on social media for new styles and colors! You can purchase her handmade headbands on Amazon Handmade and Etsy, see links below.

 

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