Sunday, June 3, 2012

Product Review: Babadoo Designs Personalized Stationary

I'm going to be reviewing several products over the next few weeks, and my first product to review is stationary from a small business out of New Jersey, Babadoo DesignsBabadoo Designs is a stationary and printing company run by work-at-home mom Hillary Walters-Reynolds, who opened her business in 2008 so she could continue working in the field she loved while staying home with her children.   Hillary, who holds a fine arts degree, uses her own original water colour paintings and those painted by her retired father in all of her designs.  You won't find any of these original designs anywhere else. 

Some of my favorite designs include Over The Rainbow, Roarrr!, Batman!, and On The Go!

The sample provided to me below is a single card in the design Pink Chevron.  Included were the cards pictured and matching envelopes.  Upon close inspection, you can tell the product is high quality and could proudly be used for invitations, gifts, and any of your stationary needs. I suspect the products are printed using a colour laser printer as the print isn't raised, which is something to consider depending on your personal preference.

My intention is to use these as recipe cards for gifted bake goods, which I think will have lovely presentation.  

Babadoo Designs is not limited to stationary, as they also provide photo cards, prints, and even some children's clothing.

Check out Babadoo Designs on Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, and of course, on their website. 

I received one or more of the products mentioned above for free using Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers.

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