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I was contacted by Dakota’s Personalized Gifts asking if I would be willing to do a product review for their company. Once I visited their website I was thrilled to have the opportunity. The hardest decision was what product I wanted to review! They have a large selection of items for men, women, babies, weddings, graduations, memorials…. There are a pile of options to choose from.

I chose the Personalized Rhinestone Ladies Baby Tee Shirt and the Personalized Rhinestone Ladies Cotton Shorts from their Birthday Gifts For Her area. Soon after, I was sent the outfit.


The first thing I noticed when the package arrived was how soft the shirt and shorts were. They were soft like my favorite t-shirt. They weren’t stiff like some brands. The seams of the outfit were sewn straight and the rhinestone decals were placed nicely. I chose the letter R for my name. I love the outfit! It’s so comfortable!!

About Dakota’s Personalized Gifts:

We started in a spare bedroom about 5 years ago more as a part time hobby than a business with The Anniversary Rose making roses for the traditional anniversary gifts (i.e. 1st year paper, 2nd year cotton, 5th year wood etc) cutting rose petals by hand with scissors. It quickly grew from a part time hobby to a full time business, adding help and equipment to keep up. Then, we started expanding into personalized anniversary gifts. We started getting many requests from our customers for personalized wedding, Mother’s & Father’s Day and Christmas gifts etc. That’s when we started Dakota’s Personalized Gifts. Soon the business took over a second bedroom and the garage, the following year it occupying two bedrooms, the garage & a full basement. With no room left to expand we were forced to move into a commercial location in 2009. We continue to expand with new products and updated equipment all the time which allows us to produce most of the personalized items in house.

Buy It: The Personalized Rhinestone Ladies Baby Tee Shirt retails for $28.95 and the Personalized Rhinestone Ladies Cotton Shorts retail for $28.95 as well.
You may use the following coupon codes when you order:

10OFF50 for $10 off when you spend $50
15OFF75 for $15 off when you spend $75
GRD-OCT31
for free ground shipping when you spend $35

Win It: Dakota’s Personalized Gifts has been kind enough to offer one lucky Dozenroses13 reader a choice between a $50 gift certificate and free US shipping OR a T-Shirt and Shorts set as shown above.

If you’d like to enter to win this prize, please follow this link to my new and improved blog site to enter.  I am planning to migrate all further posts over there.

Good Luck!

**I received no monetary compensation for this post. Dakota’s Personalized Gifts provided me with sample products for my review. The opinions expressed herein are my own.**
Images from: Michael T. Henry Photography & Dakota’s Personalized Gifts

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[tweetmeme] This is a blog I wrote for Kristi Gustafson’s On The Edge Blog back in July when she was on vacation.

Blog Post by: Rose A. Winters

I don’t have children, so I consider my dog my child….

In 2007 my boyfriend Michael and I were at my realtor Terri and her husband Bob’s house and met their adorable little Chi-a-poo named Molly. We spent most of the evening playing with little Molly. Up until this point Michael always used the argument that little dogs weren’t manly and the long-haired ones should have a broom handle shoved up their butts and be used as mops. Just the idea I liked little dogs surprised many because I’m originally a Doberman gal…. By the end of the night Molly had Michael wrapped around her little paw.

A couple of months later when I was getting ready to close on my house Michael fessed up that he wanted to buy me a puppy as a surprise for my housewarming gift. I’m glad he told me because a pet is a life changing, long-term commitment. He told me he’d already been speaking to a breeder and there was a litter being born that week and we could pick her out soon. Since he’d already done so much work finding her I figured I’d at least check it out.

Isabella - 2 Weeks Old

It took me all of about 10 seconds to pick her out of the 5 in her litter and to know I’d love her forever! She looked like a tiny little guinea pig! To give you an idea of the demand – the pictures were posted online and in 8 minutes Isabella’s entire litter was spoken for. As the weeks passed until we could pick her up in Buffalo, KY, the breeder posted a new picture of her every week until she was 7 weeks old.

Isabella - The Day We Met

The first time I held Isabella it was love at first sight. We spent hours at the breeder’s house getting to know her and getting her to feel comfortable with us. We flew home with her and she became our daughter.

We feed her, dress her, cuddle with her, and give her the best care that we’re able to give. We chronicle her life like most parents chronicle their children’s lives. We measured her to track her height and weight. We wrote down the date when she lost her 1st tooth, and had her 1st haircut. We taught her all kinds of commands – sit, stay, down, paw, and roll over. She’s so well-behaved! She’s our little darling 🙂

Do you have a pet that you treat like a child?

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Click some of the links in the blog to see more pictures of Miss Isabella….
All Photos by Michael T. Henry except 2 week old picture courtesy of Sunset’s Toy Breed Puppies

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Isabella with her birthday present

Something about this monkey is that whenever he lands, he always looks like a body that was posed!!  LOL!

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The Weekly Re-cap: I told you about Ray’s Helova Deli and showed you Isabella worn out.  We talked about The Worst Father’s Day Gift Ever and Simply The Best Pizza.  Later in the week I told you about my friend who said “Live In The Moment and Don’t Keep Score“, and put out another PSA (Public Service Announcement) about Watching For Motorcycles.

The Weekly Read: The Twitter Job Search Guide – I’m not too far into the book, but I have found a couple good people to follow because of this book so far….

The Weekly Movie: When in Rome – It was kind of cheesy, but still funny.

The Weekly Time Waster: Stressing out about things I have no control over.  I’ve gotten very good at not doing this through the years, but due to my weekly downer – it’s getting to me more….

The Weekly Downer: I still don’t have a job 😦

The Weekly Worst Piece of Crap on TV: Wipeout – I don’t get the point of this show.  Watching people get hurt has never amused me….

The Roses at the martini station were beautiful and the martini was really really good!

The Weekly Food: The food at the Hilton Garden Inn Albany Airport’s Grand Re-opening event was incredible!  The dessert room was a wonderful touch 🙂

The Weekly Amazing Fact: OMG Facts on Twitter points out: “Eleven plus Two” and “Twelve plus One” both equal 13 and both have 13 letters. In fact they both have THE SAME 13 letters.

The Weekly Birthdays: Kristin Millius Finch, Dominick Papandrea, John Paratore, Shannon Moul McManigal, Jaye Kaye VanValkenburg, Karyn Niekrewicz-Green, David Butler, Jamie Dwyer, Jenna Lynn Soto, Stephanie Capone, Alec Gabler, Andrew Badera and Sara Caraway Kowalski.  I hope you all had wonderful birthdays!  Leave me a comment and tell me what you did that was special for your big day 🙂

The Weekly Craft: I haven’t been in a crafting mood and that makes me sad 😦

The Weekly Activity: The job search is in high gear!

LaDorka's Team!

The Weekly Charity I’m Pimping: LaDorka’s – National Multiple Sclerosis Walk
These women are incredible and walking for a good cause.  Please donate whatever you can.  They have a hefty goal.  Every dollar gets them closer to a cure for MS.


The Weekly Countdowns: The Twilight Saga: Eclipse (June 30, 2010) 5 more days!!

Weekly Event: Join us tomorrow Saturday June 26th 4-7PM at Barista’s Espresso Cafe in Kingston, NY for Michael & Angela’s Photo Gallery Reception.  You can view the event invitation here.

Watch For Motorcycles ~ Look Twice – Save A Life!

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