Sunday, October 30, 2011
I am excited to introduce you to the new flannel solid (color) topponcinos. They are really cute and come in pastel shades. This is a great way to incorporate color into your newborns nursery.
These covers get super soft with each wash. This is a lovely addition to winter layette for your newborn.
Comes in original and plush sizes…
Thank you for visiting Topponcino n More…
Saturday, October 22, 2011
This is a great alternative to cotton for winter babies. These topponcino covers are made out of white flannel.
This fabric is super soft keep in mind this gets much softer with each washing.
I am getting more organized in categorizing my topponcino covers for easy check outs and hazel free shopping.
As always I would love to hear toy comments and thoughts because I believe in, there is always room for growth.
The original white line is my ultimate favorite.
Keep checking for new covers…
Wednesday, October 19, 2011
One afternoon while playing on the ETSY site I decide to open a little shop. It started as a small fun project but it is now definitely growing which I am proud of. In the midst of figuring out the site I decided to name my shop as my work sign on key. I know... what was I thinking have no clue.
So the news from ETSY spread recently that we can change the name of our shop.
I was elated with this wonderful news.
As a light bulb went on I decided to streamline everything. I already love the name of this blog “Topponcino n More” from now my little shop on etsy will be “Topponcino n More” yeah…
At last everything represents one name.
Shop policies will remain the same but the name has changed…. and change is good….
You will see the name ASAP on my shop on ETSY.
Topponcino n More
Saturday, October 15, 2011
Yes, finally I am making small progress in my new “Topponcino n More” blog. This is more geared towards the shop so you can come here to buy your products and check through etsy.com
As you can see the side bar widget is finally up and running.
I am planning to add more topponcino covers throughout this year, which is my goal.
I would love to hear from you what you like about this blog and what kind of prints you like to see in my shop.