Friday, November 13, 2009

Little Diva Tutus: Trend Setting Tutus at Affordable Prices

At Little Diva Tutus, we create a full range of trend setting, creatively designed tutus in newborn to adult sizes, perfect for all themes and occasions.

With yards of delicate fabric of the softest quality, our vibrant tutus are designed and hand made in the USA. We also offer a complementing and attractive range of affordable matching accessories.

With the exception of our Ready to Ship items our current turn around time is just 1-3 days!
We ship orders Monday through Saturday.

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We're positive you will love what we create!

Little Diva Tutus has created and continues to create a beautiful and popular blend of Holiday Tutus! Our Holiday Line is perfect for photographs, parties and church or other social events! They are a hit among Little Diva's of all ages and sizes! Don't see the color combination you had in mind? You can Design You Own!

Bring in the holiday cheer with the Jingle Bells Tutu!

Our Red & White Jingle Bells tutu is sure to be a hit this Holiday Season! Each tutu also features red and white strands of string features jingle bells. Bow is topped off with another jingle bell. Adorable for any age!


Hannah's Ladybug Tutu - In Memory Of Sweet Hannah 10/30/02-10/4/2007

In memory of Hannah, Little Diva Tutus will donate 25% of each Ladybug tutu sold to St. Jude Children's Hospital.

On Memorial Day weekend of 2006, my beautiful daughter Hannah started having trouble seeing out of her left eye and had a slight head tilt. I called the doctor and was told to take her to the emergency room because they thought she was showing signs of a head trauma. Upon our arrival at the emergency room Hannah’s symptoms magically went away. We were told that she was fine and to take her home after being examined by doctors. Then later that night, at a family cookout Hannah collapsed to the ground...unable to stand up on her own. We then rushed her back to the ER and had a CAT scan done, where nothing was abnormal. Make a long story short; upon a Neurologist request Hannah had an MRI on 6/7/2006. That day was one of the worst days of my life. I was told that my daughter had a brainstem tumor called Diffuse Intrinsic Pontine Glioma and only had 10 to 12 months to live. We were also told to expect that my daughter would lose all abilities as her tumor grows, because our brainstem controls our whole body.

Hannah went through 5 different types of chemo, 32 day radiation treatments, 1 Gamma Knife surgery, and 1 platelet transfusion. The whole time my daughter was strong, brave, and never lost any of her abilities until 2 weeks prior to her passing. On 10/4/2007, 16 months after her diagnoses, my sweet little daughter took her last breath in her Mommy and Daddy’s arms. Hannah is my hero in every since of the word. I miss her everyday and love her so much. I was blessed with the gift of this child and a better person for her.
Hannah is survived by her Mother, Lisa, Father Shawn, Brother Matthew (3), and new baby sister Isabelle (1 year).

How Hannah touched my life...

I never met Hannah, but her story touched me as if we'd been old friends.

I followed Hannah's story, prayed for her, cried for her, sent her small tokens of love and lit a candle for her at one of my favorite California Missions.

I remember the day I learned of her passing. I sat at my computer crying, thinking about how unfair life is to so many children...children just like Hannah.

When I started Little Diva Tutus I knew that I wanted to honor Hannah with a special tutu and give back to a foundation that gives so much to so many children and families.

Hannah loved ladybugs so it seemed fit to honor her with a red and black tutu and call it Hannah's Ladybug Tutu.

Visit Little Diva Tutus today to see all of their beautiful designs. Be sure to check out the adorable hair accessories, diaper cakes, burp cloth sets and fairy wings!

Don't forget about the boys this holiday season with Little Knight Tales!

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1 comment:

  1. The youngest girl I babysit would love this. She loves to dress up.

    heatherstamper09@aol.com

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