2007 Holiday Project Auction: Starrytime Keepsakes
Blanket Full of Love is Starrytime Keepsakes‘ award-winning personalized book that features your child’s name and likeness, and a personal dedication from you. In the story, a baby blanket reminds the child how much she is loved as she grows. The Blanket Full of Love gift set includes a luxurious, personalized poly-chenille keepsake baby blanket. In addition to having received an iParenting Media Award and a Family Choice Award, Blanket Full of Love is a favorite of many celebrity moms and editors, including Brooke Shields, a valued customer, who called the books "sweet." Gwyneth Paltrow called her kids’ books “exquisite”, and said “they are so lovely… I welled up reading it to Apple." See them for yourself at www.starrytime.com.
Blanket Full of Love is the "ultimate" first birthday, first Christmas, christening, baby or holiday gift for a child 0-6 years of age. Each custom-made book retails for $49.95, luxurious Blanket Full of Love keepsake blankets retail for $59.95, or can be bought with the book as a gift set for $99.95. Blankets can also be personalized with the child’s name for $15. Creating the customized products takes 3-5 weeks. Review our previous review here.
Up for auction are three gift certificates, each redeemable for a Blanket Full of Love personalized book-and-blanket gift set, valued at $114.95 each.
Exclusively for Celebrity Baby Blog Readers: Enjoy FREE SHIPPING when you order a book-and-blanket gift set by entering the coupon code FREESHIPCB at www.starrytime.com. Offer expires December 6th, 2007.
This year’s project, A Month of Auctions, benefits the Newman Breastfeeding Clinic & Institute (NBCI) at the Canadian College of Naturopathic Medicine in Toronto, run by world renowned breastfeeding advocate and pediatrician Dr. Jack Newman. The primary function of the NBCI is to assist breastfeeding mothers and their babies with breastfeeding challenges. It also provides clinical training for pediatric residents, medical students, nurses, and candidates for those who intend to become International Board Certified Lactation Consultants. As the NBCI no longer receives funding from the Canadian government, it is in danger of closing, having already reduced its hours. Even though the center is in Canada, their work and website is an amazing resource to all nursing mothers and those who wish to help them.