Tiny Tuesday: Lee Marie

Welcome to this week’s Tiny Tuesday post and I’m going to focus on the baby staple that every preggie lady seems to get by the dozens  at her baby shower:  Tthe onesie.

I’ve notices a trend in onesies.  Pithy sayings on onesies are being left behind for beautiful and fun patterned onesies. And I gotta admit, I like this trend. However, so many of those beautiful patterned onesies are upwards of $20-$40 each, which is kinda a lot of dough consider how fast kids grow out of them.

Enter Leanne Kremer and her terrific Etsy shop, LMKremer, where she sews beautiful onesies for kids at n equally beautiful price of $15 each. Now, that price I can handle. Particuarly if the onesies are as adorable as this:

Or this:

And you can get a matching hat too.

Here’s a bit about Leanne from her bio:

“I have loved to sew ever since I was a little girl. When my baby was born I found baby items in the stores to be too commercial and boring, especially for boys. I have a strong love of fabric, patterns and colors so I try to bring this into all the things that I make. With a background in art history I draw inspiration from artists such as Van Gogh, Renoir, Monet and so many more.”

As a fellow art history major, I salute your sassy designs, Leanne!

But don’t worry–she does make items beyond the onesie.

Like these adorable overalls too And wee dressies.

Yup! There’s a lot to love about Lee Marie’s style! So treat your favorite preggie lady or wee person to one today!

8 thoughts on “Tiny Tuesday: Lee Marie

  1. Adorable! I agree onesies over $25 are probably not worth it when you think about how long a baby actually wears it. Leanne’s designs are amazing! Recently I’ve had to shop for a few baby showers and I’ve discovered really affordable baby gifts sets from AnnaBean for $15 for just one and $25 for multiple sets for anyone who’s on the affordable onesies train =)

  2. I just wanted to add that I have had many of her stuff and the quality is wonderful. My friends who have younger kids cannot wait for my daughter to grow out of her Lee Marie cloths so they could get them.

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