We are pleased to welcome a new photographer, McKaela Tinker, who owns Photos by Tinker. McKaela and her family just moved to St. Louis from Southern California. She is looking forward to taking sweet pictures of families, children, and babies! Contact McKaela today via her Facebook page, Photos by Tinker, to set up your photo shoot! Welcome McKaela!
We have so many talented St. Louis Boutique Moms on our website. From time to time we spotlight them and showcase their talents. Take a look at these crafty and creative Moms below show create and sell boutique gift items for adults, kids, babies, and so much more!
Robyn Hoker – Dardenne Prairie, MO – Oh So Cheeky Boutique
Robyn owns Oh So Cheeky Boutique which was created 9 years ago when her two girls were little. She loved getting cute clothes for them that were personalized or monogrammed. Looking to support her family and use her creativity, Oh So Cheeky Boutique was born. Her inspiration is her two girls, Olivia who is 13 and Sophia who is 11. She was always looking for something unique for them that doesn’t break the ban. So she created her own line of personalized shirts, tote bags, leotards and other gifts!
Robyn specializes in Disney Shirts, spiritwear and sports fan apparel, and much more. She is an avid St. Louis Cardinals fan and supports them with cute, cute shirts! Visit Oh So Cheeky Boutique today to find a very personalized and special creation!
Jamie Vann – Kirkwood, MO – Juice Plus+, Young Living Essential Oils and TowerGardens
Jamie began selling jewelry and other items several years ago as a way to support her family. With her creative talents, she had a very successful custom jewelry business that won the hearts of many people in St. Louis. Over the last few years, with her family at the center of her life, she began looking for ways to ensure they were healthy. With that in mind, she found a few business lines that she thought were truly beneficial to her family and important to their health. She committed to helping others become more healthy as well.
With many product lines including Juice Plus+, Young Living Essential Oils and TowerGardens, Jamie spends her time educating people on the value of a healthy lifestyle and ensuring they have the right products to support their journey. She is constantly looking for ways to pay it forward and help the community. She has conducted many sessions on the value of eating right and how TowerGardens can help grow the right nutrients for families in St. Louis.
Check out her full line of products at each of these websites:
Amy Oberkfell – Collinsville, IL – Me and My Dolly’s Dream Boutique
Amy began the Me and My Dolly’s Dream Boutique website in the summer of 2009. Before the website and still today, Amy is selling her products at various craft fairs in the St. Louis Metro Area. She is the proud mother of 3, two of which are girls. Along with her sister, she grew up playing endlessly with their dolls. Now, she watches her daughters do the same. Amy’s children have been quite an inspiration through her wonderful journey.
Amy works to provide a wide selection of good quality and affordable items. Her daughters have completely different tastes in style. Her oldest is sporty and prefers primary colors whereas her youngest is all girly and loves pink. Therefore, she realizes everyone is different so she includes various styles. Amy is always searching for the latest and cutest items and accessories. Some of her items are handcrafted and made in time with special care.
Amy thinks customer service is key and is here to serve you with whatever you need even if you don’t see it on her site.
To check out her cute products, click here!
Lisa Brady – EPB Designs – St. Louis, MO
EPB Designs started in 2009 with a hairband. When Lisa’s daughter came home with a hairband that she had bought at school, she asked if Lisa could make her another one. Soon, Lisa was making hairbands for her friends, and her hobby began to turn into a business. She have always enjoyed sewing and being creative, and if it weren’t for her first sewing machine that she received when she was 16, Lisa wouldn’t be here today with her business. She never thought that one hairband would lead her into a venture that she truly enjoys.
Lisa’s specialty is mostly monograms, which can be a single initial to a 3-letter monogram. She also does custom work, where the customer may request something other than a typical monogram. Her signature items are my monogram buckets.
Visit EPB Designs today for cute, monogrammed gifts!