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Take a look at this Red & Green Mistletoe Lace Romper - Infant on zulily today!

Lila Red & Green Mistletoe Lace Romper - Infant

Take a look at this Red & Green Mistletoe Lace Romper - Infant on zulily today!

Look what I found on #zulily! Fuchsia Heart Asymmetrical Romper - Infant, Toddler & Girls by Diva #zulilyfinds

Diva Fuchsia Heart Asymmetrical Romper - Infant

Look what I found on #zulily! Fuchsia Heart Asymmetrical Romper - Infant, Toddler & Girls by Diva #zulilyfinds

The adorable appliqué on this tee is simple and sweet. Cozy cotton and easy care instructions ensure fuss-free days with this adorable essential.

Red Francesca Rug

The adorable appliqué on this tee is simple and sweet. Cozy cotton and easy care instructions ensure fuss-free days with this adorable essential.

Take a look at this Kosse Designs White & Turquoise Ruffle Tee - Infant, Toddler & Girls by Oh So Pretty: Apparel & Accessories on #zulily today!

Head over Heels Green & Aqua Stripe Gem Pendant Necklace

Take a look at this Kosse Designs White & Turquoise Ruffle Tee - Infant, Toddler & Girls by Oh So Pretty: Apparel & Accessories on #zulily today!

Gigi", in white Irish Cambric linen, piped in lime pima gingham w/lime gingham covered buttons as a front closure, embellished at the bottom with a flower garden of yo-yo flowers

Gigi", in white Irish Cambric linen, piped in lime pima gingham w/lime gingham covered buttons as a front closure, embellished at the bottom with a flower garden of yo-yo flowers

Fuchsia Stripe & Rosette Dress - Girls by Freckles + Kitty #zulily #zulilyfinds

Freckles + Kitty Fuchsia Stripe & Rosette Dress - Girls

Stacy Zink became interested in textiles at a young age and was reconstructing garments by age 9. A love of dying and surface design soon followed. Throughout her career, she worked for various designers, dying, weaving and sewing until she began exhibiting her own work and showing at national shows through the American Craft Council in 2005. Due to the time consuming nature of this work, Stacy’s focus shifted after becoming a mother to hand work which she can do almost anywhere. It was…

Stacy Zink became interested in textiles at a young age and was reconstructing garments by age 9. A love of dying and surface design soon followed. Throughout her career, she worked for various designers, dying, weaving and sewing until she began exhibiting her own work and showing at national shows through the American Craft Council in 2005. Due to the time consuming nature of this work, Stacy’s focus shifted after becoming a mother to hand work which she can do almost anywhere. It was…

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