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There’s a new designer in town that isn’t baaa-shful about style, creating accessories for the mini fashionista in your family. Click for all the details.

Little Lamb Boutique
Little Lamb Boutique sells accessories for little girls. 

The Little Lamb Boutique isn’t sheepish about style.

Mary Baute recently launched the business, which offers a variety of accessories for little girls, from a personal passion of dressing up her daughter. “I started making bows when my daughter was born in September,” she says. “I got so many compliments on them, and thought I should sell them since I enjoy making them so much.”

When Baute realized she had something unique to offer, she jumped on the chance to become her own boss. And what began as a simple craft project to dress up special moments, turned into a full-fledged online business.

One of the items available from Little
One of the items available from Little Lamb Boutique.

“I have always wanted to run my own business,” Baute says. “It was a no-brainer once I started only working part-time to stay home with my little girl. It’s something I hope she will learn from as she grows up.”

Baute’s creations come in a variety of shapes, sizes and colors and she also does made to order pieces for any specific needs you may have. With a love for Cincinnati, it’s no surprise that her best selling bows and headbands so far have been the Cincinnati Reds and Cincinnati Bengals themed items. “The public response has been great and it’s fun supporting our home teams,” Baute says.

Bows and headbands posted on The Little Lamb Boutique Facebook page can be purchased as is, or serve for inspiration for different creations. Baute typically works with custom creations from customers and their littles.

“I find inspiration through my daughter, and her bright and fun personality,” Baute says. “When she was born she was very feminine and sweet. Her personality has really shown through as she has grown up, and she is now more spunky & fun.”

Order by commenting on Facebook and receive an invoice via PayPal.
Order by commenting on Facebook and receive an invoice via PayPal.

To purchase an item, you can comment on the Facebook photo of the bow or headband you’re interested in, and be sent a PayPal invoice for the sale. For custom creations, simple comment on the page or send Baute a Facebook message.

While she knows firsthand how special it is to see her own daughter in her creations, what her customers have to say is so important to her. “I have many favorite parts about selling my bows and clips,” Baute says, “But my favorite is the messages I receive after customers dress their girls in them. I usually get a photo or two and it brings me joy.”

To purchase accessories for your little one or a friend, visit Little Lamb Boutique on Facebook or call (513) 526-9951.