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Show your love of the red, white and blue with these Memorial Day crafts

Memorial Day Crafts

Memorial Day kicks off summer, which can conjure images of cookouts and tasty treats. The holiday honoring those who have died in active military service also gives parents the opportunity to talk to kids about the ultimate sacrifice made by some military families. While talking to kids about Memorial Day, you can keep it simple and highlight the patriotic nature of the holiday. We’ve rounded up some DIY projects that let your American pride shine brightly — and many of them can pull double duty later in the summer when you’re decorating for the 4th of July.

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The Easy DIY Patriotic Wreath from is gorgeous — and durable. The wreath will hold up for years, meaning the simple craft wreath can become a staple in your family’s Memorial Day decor. My Frugal Adventures has several patriotic crafts you can check out, including a reclaimed wood American Flag that we’re crushing on.

For a quick and easy centerpiece, try the Patriotic Rug Balls from Craft Create Cook. This new sew craft is a simple way to work with little ones to create something colorful and fun for your holiday table.

At the Lolly Jane Blog, we fell in love with the Stars + Stripes Patriotic Flower Pots. The pots are a perfect way to add a bit of patriotism to your porch or deck — and you could deliver a few to your favorite neighbors to spread some red, white and blue love.

Craftiments created the adorable Patriotic Wood Shim and Starfish Flag. It’s the perfect way to adorn your door, and we’re absolutely picturing it at a cottage or beach house with the starfish standing in for the 50 stars on a traditional American Flag.

The Bandana Placesetting from Celebrating Everyday Life at Uncommon Designs will dress up your table this Memorial Day. The napkin ring is so simple, you’ll be able to whip it together in a snap, and it will tie together red, white and blue utensils and plates — from paper goods to fine china.

The DIY Red, White and Blue Flip Flops from Everyday Dishes will get your feet in on the patriotic action this Memorial Day. The sparkly flips will bring a touch of the holiday to even the simplest outfit, and you can wear them all summer to show your American pride.

The Patriotic USA Map Wooden Door Hanger will show your patriotic spirit from Memorial Day to the 4th of July — and beyond. In addition to the door hanger, Where the Smiles Have Been has 20 other patriotic crafts to crave — including an adorable t-shirt.

Keep your hands busy while the kids play at the park with these Crocheted Patriotic Mason Jar Utensil Holders from Petals to Picots. If you find yourself with leftover red, white and blue yarn, you can try one of the other — free — patterns she offers.

I Should Be Mopping the Floor created the festive — and free — Patriotic Banner Printable, and it’s a fabulous way to decorate for Memorial Day. Whether you’re spending the day with friends or simply want to dress up your mantle with the red, white and blue banner, you’ll love how this one looks.

If you’re hosting a Memorial Day barbecue, send your guests home with these adorable Memorial Day Goodie Bags from The Sweetest Occasion. They’re perfect for snacks like popcorn or potato chips, or you can make a bunch and use them for napkins and plastic utensils at your party.

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If you are anything like us, you will be gathering with friends and family for Memorial Day. Not only do we gather to remember those who gave their lives serving in our military, but also to celebrate the wonderful freedoms of our country. Celebrating with friends and family usually means a crowd and we have learned that buffet-style eating is the best way to feed everyone easily. Creating simple, individual desserts is an easy way to share a yummy treat and make it easy to transport and to share among guests. Mini star pies are not only theme appropriate, but they are a crowd pleasing treat that will be sure to make you the star of the party!

Memorial Day Mini Star Pies

Mini star pies

Prep time: 15 mins.
Cook time: 15 mins.
Yields: 16-20 servings, depending on the size of your cookie cutter

1 box refrigerated pie crusts (two pie crusts)
1/2 cup chopped strawberries
1/2 cup blueberries
6 Tbsp. sugar, divided
1 egg
2 Tbsp. milk

Memorial Day Desserts

1. Preheat oven to 350 degrees
2. Stir together strawberries and 2 Tbsp. of sugar for pie filling. Repeat with blueberries.
3. Roll out one pie crust until smooth.
4. Using a star shaped cookie cutter, cut out as many shapes as possible. Re-roll scrap pieces, as needed, to get more stars.

Mini Star Pies Recipe
5. Line baking sheet with parchment paper.
6. Place stars on prepared pan.



7. Spoon pie filling onto the center of each star.
8. Repeat steps 3 and 4 with second pie crust.
9. Place star shape on top of each filled star and crimp edges with a fork.
10. Combine egg and milk to create an egg wash.
11.  Brush egg wash on tops of each mini star pie and sprinkle with remaining sugar.
12. Bake 15-18 minutes or until golden brown.

13. Allow to cool before removing from pan.
14. Store in airtight container until ready to serve.
15. Enjoy!

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Fashion Friday: Poolside Style
Fashion Friday: Poolside style

Are you ready to dive into summer? I am always on the search for my next pool-ready swimsuit! The neoprene bikinis by Triangl are a favorite right now. Both of my girls have a Triangl suit and wear them nearly daily! A great cover-up is infallible at the beach and I always love a two-piece, especially when I am with my children… you never know when you’ll have to take a brief intermission when nature calls. Accessories top off a summery look and can be worn from day to night. It is always essential to keep accessories neutral in the hot sun. I am obsessed with clear shades, gladiators, and a neutral nail. Don’t forget to stay cool and protected from the suns powerful rays with a great and fashionable hat!

  1. PilyQ Lace Tank ($72) &  PilyQ Lexi Shorts ($72)
  2. Quay Australia ‘My Girl’ 50mm Cat Eye Sunglasses ($50)
  3. O.P.I Soft Shade Collection Nail Laquer ($9)
  4. Triangl Coco Stardust Serenade Bikini ($89)
  5. H&M Straw Hat ($13)
  6. Steve Madden Werkit Gladiator Sandal ($60)
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Homemade Strawberry Preserves Recipe Canning Tutorial and LabelsIt’s officially strawberry season across the country and everyone is going strawberry crazy these days. If you’re lucky enough to live close to a pick-your-own strawberry farm, we highly recommend you take your kids on a fruit picking adventure. Dress them in clothes you don’t mind getting stained and let them run wild and eat their hearts out right there in the fields. Hopefully you’ll end up with a basket full of fresh strawberries that you can easily turn into homemade strawberry preserves, which we’ll help you perfectly make, package and label, ready to present to any friend, neighbor, co-worker, or party hostess.

How to Make Homemade Strawberry PreservesNot your mama’s canning tips

If you’ve never made jam or canned before, it can seem intimidating. However, I’m here to walk you step-by-step through the process and reassure you that it’s much easier than it sounds. Making preserves is super simple — you don’t need fancy equipment or expensive ingredients. Everything can be found at your local grocery store. And, canning doesn’t require hours of sweating over your stove or take all day long, either. This is the modern mama’s method of canning jam. Trust me… try it once and you’ll be surprised just how easy it is.

The only products you really need for canning are the jars, lids and rings. For jam or preserves, I personally love using the small 4 ounce Bell quilted crystal jars. These are such a cute size for gifting and come in a box of 12 for about $9 (includes the jar, lid, rings and labels). There are also a few tools that are helpful, but not necessary for canning, including a canning funnel, a magnetic lid wand and liquid fruit pectin. A wide-mouth canning funnel is the perfect size for the mouth of canning jars and a magnetic lid wand is nice to have so you don’t burn your fingers, but neither or necessary. Liquid fruit pectin is a kind of preserved apple syrup, which helps set up jams and jellies. This is sold in your local grocery store and comes in a box with two 3-ounce pouches for about $5. It’s helpful for jams made from fruits (like strawberries) that are naturally low in pectin, but not necessary and if not used, you’ll just have runnier preserves (they’ll still taste great).

Easy Ideas for Using Freshly Picked StrawberriesSterilizing your jars

Before you put anything into your jars, you need to sterilize them. Years ago, when my parents canned fruits and vegetables from our garden, they would boil the jars in a giant pressure cooker on the stove, then carefully remove them with tongs, trying not to spill boiling water all over the place. These days, most of us have a giant sterilizing machine in our kitchen — the dishwasher. All you really need to do to sterilize your jars is run them through the dishwasher on high heat.

If you don’t have a dishwasher or just want to do it the old-fashioned way — break out your biggest stock pot and submerse the jars in boiling water for 15 minutes. Either way you do it, place the clean jars upside down on a clean kitchen towel until you’re ready to use them. This should be done the day you will be canning and no earlier. Lids should be boiled in a small sauce pan on the stove top for 4 minutes, right before canning begins.

Making Jam is Easier Than You Think!We’re jammin’

You’re going to be shocked how easy it is to make preserves. Once you have your fresh strawberries cleaned and hulled, throw them in a bowl with the sugar, lemon juice and zest. It might sound like a lot of sugar, but the sugar is the preservative and helps thicken the juices. Let the mixture sit covered with a kitchen towel for 2-4 hours, stirring occasionally. The longer the mixture sits, the more the strawberries will break down, so if you like super chunky preserves, stay on the shorter end. Transfer the mixture to a large stockpot, bring to a boil over high heat, and boil rapidly for 2 minutes, stirring occasionally. Stir in the liquid pectin, then boil for an additional minute. Skim off the foam, if desired.

How To Can Jar Homemade Strawberry Preserves stepsHot seal

Getting a proper seal on your jars is the most important and trickiest part of canning. While our parents may have used a hot water bath or pressure cooker method for sealing jam, us modern mamas have a new and improved (and super easy) technique called the hot seal method. This method works best on jams, jellies and other high acidic items that have been cooked. While your preserves are still hot, fill the sterilized jars with the preserves, leaving about ½ inch from the top with the mixture. Take a damp paper towel and wipe all the way around the rim of the jar, making sure there is nothing on there to prevent a proper seal or allow bacteria to grow. Place a sterilized lid on top of the jar and tighten with a ring. Flip the jar upside down and let it rest for 5-10 minutes. The heat of the mixture will suction the lid right to the jar and you’ll start hearing the lids pop seal themselves. Turn the jars over and check the seals. If the small circle in the middle of the lid isn’t depressed, push it down to seal. If it doesn’t seal within a few hours, put in the fridge and eat right away. Otherwise, sealed preserves can last 18 months to 2 years unrefrigerated (the more sugar you use, the longer the shelf life). Once opened, the preserves should be refrigerated and should last about a month.

How to Make Homemade Strawberry PreservesStrawberry Preserves Printable Lid LabelsFree printable homemade strawberry preserves lid labels

While homemade strawberry jam is incredibly delicious and your kids will beg you for more, one of the best parts about making homemade preserves is being able to gift it to others. The feat of canning alone is impressive, but throw in a beautiful label (link below) and some baker’s twine and you’ve got the sweetest gift around. This is perfect for teachers gifts, hostess gifts, holiday gifts, party favors, or for welcoming a new neighbor. Strawberry preserves can be used on biscuits or toast, served over ice cream or waffles, mixed into yogurt or on a cracker with cream cheese. Enjoy!

Homemade Strawberry Preserves Recipe Card

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Find Your Best Facial Cleansing Brush

Do you use a cleansing brush to clean your skin? Many of these devices have been found to be up to six times more effective at getting dirt, grime and makeup off your skin than just using your hands. Plus, they make every face washing feel oh-so spa-like. Here are our top three picks to consider.Clarisonic Mia 2 Facial Cleansing Brush

Clarisonic Mia 2

One of the most popular cleansing brush producers on the market, Clarisonic brushes use oscillating micro-movement (300 per second!) to vibrate gunk out of your pores a whopping six times better than your hands. Their Mia 2 is waterproof and rechargeable, has two speeds for everyday cleaning and super-sensitive skin. It comes with their Sensitive Brush Head, a charger and a travel case.

Their latest value set — the Mia 2 Garden Party Collection — comes with a Mia 2 in three spring-inspired colors, as well as a complimentary second brush head, the Radiance Brush Head, design to tackle dark spots. It also includes a full-sized Sonic Radiance Skin Renewing Peel Wash for an even brighter complexion this spring. I love how easy the Mia 2 is to use at the sink or in the shower and how much cleaner my skin seems, without feeling scrubbed.

Pros: Easy to use, cord-free, cute colors, affordable // Cons: Replacing brush heads (suggested every 3 months)Panasonic Micro-Foaming Facial Cleansing Brush

Panasonic Micro-Foaming Cleansing Device

While you may know Panasonic for their TVs and sound systems, their new multi-tasking Micro-Foaming Facial Cleansing Device has three facial cleaning functions in one compact device. If you’re a fan of the double-cleaning method, you’ll love this brush. First, it has a heated plate on the bottom with two heat levels to choose from. Rub on your favorite cleansing cream oil or lotion and glide the warmed plate over your face to dissolve your makeup and open up your pores. This might be my favorite step and something that separates this brush from the others, giving you a truly relaxing, spa-like experience.

Then switch to the other side of the device which comes with two heads to use — a Japanese-Style Soft Brush and Pore-Targeting Silicone Brush. Add your favorite cleanser to the compartment with a bit of water and the brush moves up and down 850 times per minute to create a luxurious cleansing foam that gently cleans your skin. This brush is whisper soft and is designed to barely kiss your skin as it cleans. If you have problem areas, you can switch to the silicone bristle Pore-Targeting brush for extra deep cleaning around the nose and chin. More time-intensive? Yes. But isn’t your face worth it?

Pros: Multi-function cleansing brush, unique spa-like experience at home made simple // Cons: Price, might be too time-intensive for some, don’t get the scrubbing sensation some may likeForeo Luna 2 Facial Cleansing Brush

Foreo Luna 2

This cleansing brush is quite different from the others. The Foreo Luna 2 is more like a cleansing mitt than a brush exactly. The silicone shell comes in four different versions — normal, oily, sensitive and combo skin — with the difference in the silicone touch points. For the normal skin device, the touch points are smaller, while in the device for combination skin there are bigger, more rounded touch points. The oily skin device has touch points that are rectangular, as this helps get excess dirt and oil out more efficiently. The brush also offers two treatment sides — a cleansing side and an anti-aging treatment side, which uses ultrasonic vibrations to help improve the absorption of your favorite anti-aging serums and creams.

Foreo Play

Also, just out this April, Foreo launched their LUNA play, an uber-portable brush that will easily fit in your makeup bag for clean skin when you travel and, get this, costs around $40! Plus, its petite size is downright cute and means it takes up less space on your bathroom counter. I love that the silicone heads are resistant to bacteria, which keeps the whole device cleaner and that there are no heads to replace.

Pros: More hygienic than other brushes, no heads to replace, variety of sizes to choose from // Cons: Some may not like the sensation of silicone tips vs. a brush head


What’s your favorite facial cleansing brush?
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How do you feel about your hair? Do you wish it was longer? Curlier? A different color? Do you feel you are too old for long hair, too young for short hair? The list goes on! We have all been there! It is time that we define our beauty and embrace what we have!

Dove has launched a new campaign #LoveYourHair, a new mission to broaden the definition of beautiful hair by celebrating all hair and inspiring real women to do the same, just like the Savvy Sassy Team! Watch the video and read how we have embraced our hair. #LoveYourHair

Read about the makeover Dove gave their classic Beauty Bars for Mother’s Day


Savvy HairHair changes after pregnancy

If there is one thing people always comment on when they meet me, it is my hair. I can’t say that it has always been good, but at this stage in my life, my hair is what I want it to be. I love my hair — it makes me feel confident!

Just like everyone else, I have had my hair share of bad haircuts. I have wished for curlier hair, straighter hair, longer hair, thinner hair, and thicker hair. My hair has gone through many changes, but the biggest change was after the birth of my first child. When I was pregnant with Jonah, my hair was so thick and voluptuous. Not a single hair fell out of my already very thick hair during my pregnancy, but around four months after giving birth, my hair started coming out in clumps. I was terrified! What was happening to my hair? Where was it going and why was it falling out?!

What I learned was only natural after having a baby, but it was almost too much to bare. When Jonah was 6-months-old, I found myself crying in the shower believing that I was soon going to be bald. Within a few months, the hair loss stopped and I came to love my new thinner, more manageable hair. While the regrowth was a whole other story, I am two years post baby number two and I have long, healthy manageable hair that I L-O-V-E! You won’t see me walking around the city without my long locks with curls at the bottom. My hair makes me feel beautiful!


Embrace the change

I have always been grateful for my hair! Through the years, I have gone through a multitude of experimental hairstyles, such as the “Dorothy Hamill” style, which was popular around her stardom as an ice skater. In my teens, I kept my hair up in a ponytail to keep it out of my face, and cut bangs to hide the acne on my forehead. My girlfriends used to come over and “frost and tip” my hair in the basement, and really had a good laugh while I walked around with a “horse cap” on my head.

Years later, I went back to my natural color and kept my hair simple, which was easily maintained when I had my children. Over the years, I have tried curly (yes, I had a perm), angular cuts (Vidal Sassoon), layers (like Jennifer Aniston from Friends), pin straight locks and then ombre. As time went on, my hair changed slightly in color and style. I have learned to embrace this change and I work to maximize what I have, I trust my hairstylist and basically let her dictate the style and color. One thing I have learned over the years is don’t be afraid to try new things with your hair and that being said I am certain that in the future my hair will continue to evolve as my lifestyle and hairstyle trends change.

Still hunting for my perfect hair

Truth be told, I have no idea what my true hair color is. And, I’m sure I’m not the only one out there who says the same! I started coloring my blonde hair even blonder to give it an extra pop of shine when I was a teenager and haven’t turned back since. You can’t blame me, really… I was in college in the late ’90s/at the turn of the millennium, when it was in style to have chunky blonde highlights in whatever color hair you had.

As I became a mom, I reached some of my best hair years. My hair was amazing when I was pregnant with my son… but in the six years since, it’s certainly lost its beauty. I’m always hunting for the best way to cut and style and grow and color my hair — even at 35 years old! While I try hard to love the hair I have, most days, my fine, easily dirtied by product hair looks like a mess just minutes after I style it.  For me, embracing my hair is about taking it day-by-day. I’ve learned that I can’t wash it every day and that dry shampoo does wonders. And, most importantly, I’ve learned to get it into a killer top knot to get me by the days when it just won’t behave!

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The final school countdown is on, warmer weather is here to stay and we have summer on the brain.  Nothing tastes quite like summer like the perfect margarita.  With Cinco de Mayo right around the corner we felt it was time to taste test one of our all-time favorite cocktails.  You may have seen the twist on a classic margarita that includes a beer in the ingredients list.  It’s been said the beer cuts the sweet and sour to provide just the right flavor.  That got us thinking…could we replace the beer for a fancier alternative like champagne?  The answer was a bubbly, YES!!!  Champagne margaritas have the standard margarita taste with just a little something extra that make them oh so perfect for Cinco de Mayo and all summer long.


Champagne margaritas

Prep time: 5 mins.
Yields: 1 pitcher full


1 can (12 oz.) frozen limeade concentrate
12 oz. tequila
1 bottle of champagne
crushed ice
1-2 limes (for garnish)
margarita salt (if desired)

1. Empty can of frozen limeade concentrate into pitcher.
2. Fill limeade can with tequila and pour into pitcher.
3. Pop the bubbly and pour into pitcher.
4. Stir until well combined.
5. Add crushed ice and slices of lime as garnish.

To salt or not to salt

Perhaps one of the most dividing opinions amongst margarita drinkers is – with or without salt.  We prefer a salted rim so to achieve that restaurant quality look we used a slice of lime to moisten the rim of our glass and then dipped it in margarita salt.


Next, we carefully poured margaritas from the pitcher into our glass and used the slice of lime as a garnish for an extra festive look.  We are sure these extra steps will impress your friends and family this Cinco de Mayo and make the celebration that much more fun.  Cheers!

What is your favorite margarita recipe?
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We’ve been celebrating our moms with Lands’ End all month at Savvy Sassy Moms. Their #DearMom campaign has been such a sweet and fun way to share all of the ways we love and appreciate the moms in our lives, just in time for this special holiday.


Meet the moms of the Savvy Sassy Moms team

Today’s #DearMom prompt is to share a picture of you with your mom and we’ve turned to our Scouts, contributors, and editors to find their favorite photo memories of them with their own moms!

Meet the moms, starting from the upper left corner, clockwise:

Amy Gene of @MissAmyGene // Liz of @EllieandAddie // Laura of @LauraPark3r // Teri of @MommyWifeLife1 // Sara of @Sara_McCarty // Julia of @MrsJuliaGoolia // Lindsey of @TheNashvilleMom // Lani of @LifeAnchored

One last chance to enter to win!

Don’t forget to stop by Lands’ End by May 4th to enter to win a five-day vacation for you and a guest to the gorgeous Sonesta Fort Lauderdale Beach Hotel. One winner will receive a five-day, four-night stay, round-trip airfare, hotel accommodations, dining, spa and local excursions, a Lands’ End gift card and $1000 cash. Now that is one amazing Mother’s Day gift!

There is also nearly another week to participate in the daily #DearMom contest, which ends May 6th. Visit @LandsEndPRfollow on Twitter to see the daily Mother’s Day themed prompt. Use the prompt as your inspiration to post a message, photo, or video on Instagram and/or Twitter to be entered to win. One winner will be chosen daily to receive a $100 Lands’ End gift card. Make sure you use #DearMom #contest and #MyLandsEnd on all your posts!

For more about the #DearMom giveaway and contest from Lands’ End, please visit Lands’ End.


This post was sponsored by Lands’ End. All opinions are our own.

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As moms, we wear a lot of hats and one of those tends to be historian for the family. We’d like to think we will remember how we felt during pregnancy, when our babies hit certain milestones, and what their first words were. But, the truth is that as time passes and we move into new stages with our kids, we unintentionally forget those small little details that were such important events at the time. That is why we quickly learned the importance of writing things down!

The Best Journals for Moms

It is so worth taking the extra time to journal your journey as a mother, which will become something you and your kids will treasure years from now. Whether you are a soon-to-be mom, new mom, or experienced mom, chronicling the journey of each phase of motherhood is a must. This Mother’s Day, give the gift of memory to your favorite moms with these fun journals.

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Pregnancy journals for the mom-to-be

Those first nine months of waiting for your baby can be some of the most memorable and special times. These journals offer places to add photos so you can document your growing belly or ultrasound images, plus writing prompts to share all about morning sickness, food cravings, and feeling those first magical movements of your baby.

The Belly Book, $12
Expecting You: Keepsake Pregnancy Journal, $13

Recording Baby’s first year for new moms

There are so many firsts during a baby’s first year and you won’t want to forget a single one of them.  These first year journals are the perfect way to record and remember all of those special milestones. They will be so much fun for you to look back at with your kids and they will probably get a kick out of learning about themselves as a baby.

Baby’s First Year: A Simple Book of Firsts, $35
C.R. Gibson Memory Book, $23

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Quick and easy journaling for busy and experienced moms

As kids get older, they become much busier and that means moms have less and less time for extra things like scrapbooks and detailed journaling. These journals are a simple way to record the funny things kids say and jot down the accomplishments they reach at each growing stage.

My Quotable Kid, $15
Mom’s One Line a Day Journal, $11


What are your favorite journals for moms?
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How to Become a Stella and Dot Stylist

Time to make a change

After having kids, your priorities quickly change and what used to satisfy you on the work front may no longer doing the trick. Being a working mom is no easy task and you quickly come to realize that if you don’t love what you do, it becomes hard to justify leaving your kids each day. Many women make a change in their career after having children and Stella and Dot is the perfect change for so many women. It could be right for you!

You can sign up to be a Stella & Dot Stylist for as low as $199 now through April 30! (EDITOR’S NOTE: This offer has been extended through May 6, 2016!) When you do, you will receive $750 in free accessories!

Sign up as a Stella & Dot Stylist for $199 and get $750 in free accessories when you sign up in April!

Plus: An additional $100 in initial Sample Credits is accessible to Stylists immediately upon sign-up. Sign-up options are as follows:

  • Online and On-The-Go sign-up: $199 for $450 in Sample Credit
  • Trunk Show Essentials sign-up: $499 for $1,100 in Sample Credit
  • Business Builder sign-up: $699 for $1,600 in Sample Credit

When you sell $1,000 worth of product in for your first 30 days, you’ll be able to earn an additional  $300 in product credit.

The perks

If you’ve been thinking about it, now is the time to become a Stella and Dot Stylist! In addition to getting special discounts on jewelry and accessories, you also have the freedom to style your own financial future. Whether you decide to work as a full-time stylist, or you fit it into your current working situation to earn more income, there are so many benefits.

Other perks include:

  • An incredible business to call your own
  • The ability to work from home and earn extra income sharing the jewelry, accessories and fashion trends that you love with others
  • Training and support from amazing and successful women
  • Free jewelry, as well as significant discounts
  • Expense paid vacations
  • A personal website and online business center
  • … and so much more!

You can learn more about becoming a Stella and Dot Stylist here.

Looks we love

Here are some of our spring favorites! Get the look:

Favorite Spring Looks from Stella and Dot #StellaDotStyle

Union Square Scard – Multi Geo Print ($59), Miramar Sunglasses Black ($119), Cushion Dop Earrings – Citron ($34), Birdie Necklace ($118), City Slim Clutch – Black and Cream Clean Stripe ($59)

Sign up as a Stella & Dot Stylist for $199 and get $750 in free accessories when you sign up in April!


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