Sweet Little You Launches New Web Site for Baby Supplies

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Sweet Little You announces the launch of their new Web site, http://www.bibnburp.com, offering personalized baby bibs, personalized burp cloths, baby hair bows, monogrammed totes, and baby gift sets.

Sweet Little You announces the launch of their new Web site, http://www.bibnburp.com, offering personalized baby bibs, personalized burp cloths, baby hair bows, monogrammed totes, and baby gift sets. All items from Sweet Little You are custom embroidered to personalize the gift and items are available for baby girls, baby boys, and caretakers.

Sweet Little You is owned by Lynne Vouros and all products are handmade out of Victor, NY, just outside of Rochester. The company began in 2006 when Vouros combined her love for sewing with a desire to create pretty, yet practical personalized baby gifts. She began selling her creations by displaying her work at art shows and craft fairs during which she developed a local following. Vouros is now expanding her business and reaching out across the nation through her newly designed website, http://www.bibnburp.com.

"We're very pleased to announce the launch of http://www.bibnburp.com and begin our reach to a national audience," said Lynne Vouros, owner Sweet Little You. "We've received such a great response locally and our hopes are to offer our personalized, handmade baby gifts to people across the Web."

Vouros and others at Sweet Little You frequently appear at local arts and crafts shows and can be found at the following upcoming shows: Brockport Summer Arts Festival (August 9 and 10); Palmyra Canaltown Days (September 13 and 14); Appleumpkin Festival (September 27 and 28); and others in the greater Rochester, NY area.

Sweet Little You is continually adding new baby products and gift collections to http://www.bibnburp.com and is looking forward to featuring fleece baby blankets, and more. For more information about Sweet Little You, visit http://www.bibnburp.com or call 585-924-4106.

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