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Created a fine silver pendant with the actual newborns first footprint. An amazing keepsake and so honored to share such a special occasion.
A bit about Me…
I created Karma Kouture based on the beliefs of the golden rule…treat others as you want to be treated. After going through a debilitating surgery several years back, I found myself having to start my life over…I was a single mother of an active 3yr old girl, had months of recovery ahead of me, my employment had ended abruptly, and I was looking for a place to call home. Instead of giving in to my illness, I chose to fight back and share with everyone the true joy of helping others. Whether I am creating a footprint pendant for a newborn we are welcoming into this world, a message from a loved one passed, or finding the perfect outfit for you to make you feel as beautiful on the outside as you are in, each project I work on has special meaning to me and I love to hear the stories behind each and every customer. I truly believe in Karma and that what goes around…comes around. Trust in me and I will give you my everything.
Aww… How special! My hubby has my kids’ footprints on the scrubs he wore in the delivery room. They are fading. What a great way to capture them forever. 🙂
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