Update: THIS CONTEST IS NOW CLOSED.
I love discovering cute and unique clothes for kids, and Bitty Braille tees for infants and toddlers are both of these things.
Bitty Braille tees feature simple “kid-friendly” words set in Braille type in either sparkly faceted metal studs for the girls or simple metal studs for the boys. The translation is hand-embroidered underneath in a simple print or cursive. The idea behind Bitty Braille is to introduce children to Braille through original designs. The concept is the brainchild of Julie Dutt, a busy mom to three home-schooled children.
Some of the designs available feature the words “happy,” “cutie,” “darling,” “silly,” “buddy,” and “dude,” or shirts may be personalized with the child’s name. In addition to infant and toddler shirts, Bitty Braille also sells Bitty Blankies, hair clips and birth stone charms.
Bitty Braille donates 10% of every sale to the American Foundation for the Blind.
Ava is wearing a personalized long-sleeved toddler tee in size 4. The shirt is 100% cotton, very soft and Ava thinks “it’s neat!” I agree and think Bitty Braille shirts would make a wonderfully unique gift for the baby or toddler in your life.
Win a Bitty Braille t-shirt of your choice, excluding upcoming holiday tees. To be eligible for this giveaway, please sign Mr. Linky, then share the love and link to this post AND Bitty Braille on your blog (non-bloggers are eligible too, but be sure to tell a friend or two), and finally leave me a comment stating which Bitty Braille shirt you like best. You must do all three steps to be eligible. The deadline to enter is Monday, Nov. 5. The winner will be chosen randomly with Random.org number generator and announced on Tuesday, Nov. 6.