There's one shop I forgot to mention in my Eco Fashion bit. Grateful Beads! These ladies make the sweetest, girliest little things for girls and ladies, and at very reasonable prices. These are perfect for a little girl's birthday gift or something for yourself. They do not currently have all the pretty little rose and flower necklaces and earrings up, but I'm hopeful that they will. For $5, you can buy the prettiest little beaded necklace for a girl, with handmade glass charms and lampwork beads. They also sell flower wands and hairclips too! Check 'em out: http://www.etsy.com/shop/gratefulbeads. If you'd like the children's items, you may need to email and request them or wait for them to go up.
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The Cinderella (also known as Maid with Movie Magazine) in my title is by Norman Rockwell from The Saturday Evening Post. I think it particularly captures a moment in domestic life, especially for a young woman.