Bumps and Babies Fair, February 26-27 at Bitter Lake

Monday, February 7, 2011

Baby Lila
While staying home with her daughter, Lila, Michelle Steele Simpson, Shoreline native and '96 Shorewood grad, found she had some extra time on her hands.  

So in January 2010, she started an at-home business making baby accessories (bibs, burp cloths, quilts, belt, etc) called The Chic Bambino
"Born from one mom's need to break free from duckies and bunnies. Because, let's face it. your baby doesn't care what her stuff looks like.  You're the one carrying it all over town!"
Last summer, while trying to decide if she should pay to have a booth at summer markets and festivals, she began thinking about putting together her own, more targeted sale.  

Thus the Bumps and Babies Fair was born.  It has since gained momentum and turned into a twice yearly boutique and consignment event for All Things Child. 

*** BUMPS and BABIES FAIR *** 

Sign up to consign and mark your calendars to shop!! 

Saturday, Feb 26, 2011 ... 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm (pre-sale, ticketed event)
Sunday, Feb 27, 2011 ... 10:00 am - 5:00 pm 
(public sale, with many items discounted 50% from 3:30-5:00) 

The Bumps and Babies Fair is Seattle's best boutique and consignment sale - where you can find everything your heart desires for your inside or outside baby! 

Bitter Lake Community Center Annex
13040 Greenwood Avenue N, Seattle 

Boutique Sellers: 
The Chic Bambino 
J. Shelton Photography 
Twirl Cafe
Tiny Toppers 
Tiptoeing Tutus 
Pinwheel Papers
and more!  
    New and gently used consignment items from more than 30 families will include: Baby and toddler clothing and accessories -  Children's Books  - Toys -  DVDs - Baby gear and equipment - Maternity clothing -  Pregnancy and parenting books -  and much, much more! 
    Consigners have the option to donate their unsold items, which are given to Wellspring and Treehouse. 

    Visit the website or Facebook for more details and information.


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