Handmade Massachusetts Mompreneurs

Massachusetts Moms are a talented bunch. Whether is designing baby products, starting baby services or singing and dancing, there are amazing Massachusetts mompreneurs making handmade products.  These five “Made in Massachusetts by Moms” products are worth a local look.

Kate’s Klips: These handmade headbands and beautiful barrettes are adorable and perfect for your girly girl. Consider picking up her calendar clips with a themed clip for each month of the year, or order her birthday party favor sets. You can find her creations at Isis Parenting or online at her Etsy shop.

Zinnia Designs: One way to mark the milestone of a new baby is to get hand and footprint imprints. While there are a lot of options out there, consider this mom’s home business, where she has her own kiln to cure your piece. Consider making a decorative bowl or serving dish too.

Purely Pears and Lil’ Foodie of Boston are two local baby food delivery services for harried parents who still want freshly made food for their babies. Whether it is making the food from scratch or delivering the food themselves, these women are on the move.

Stacey Peasley: A popular children’s singer, Stacey spends a lot of her time performing for free at a variety of venues around New England. But once you hear her in person, and your little one starts dancing to the tunes, pick up her CD so you can be-bop all the way home. She runs the Music for Aardvarks program, with classes in the Metrowest area, and was the 2010 Nickelodeon Parents Connect Parents Pick Award winner and 2012 Creative Child Magazine Creative Toy Award winner.

Kaya’s Kloset: These handmade shoes are perfect alternatives to socks, which never stay on baby feet! You will be asked where you got these shoes, so constantly be prepared to stop. They are too adorable not to be noticed! There are fun cotton shoes, sparkly “disco” shoes, and hand-painted organic cotton shoes in eleven different sizes, from newborn up through a men’s size 13. You can even order custom ones with fun sayings. Her shoes are stocked at a variety of local businesses or place an order on her website.

These items definitely would be the talk of the block if you picked them up, but visit a farmer’s market in your area to discover your own local handmade find. 

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