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Hello My Name is Heather

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Even the blog's banner will put you in a good mood.
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Heather Bailey makes pretty things, posts pretty pictures on her pretty blog, and writes about her pretty life.

Oh, and she's pretty.

See for yourself on her blog, Hello My Name is Heather.

Bailey, who originally went to school to become a surgeon, jumped ship and followed her creative passions to eventually earn a degree in apparel design. Since then, she's provided the world with different types of eye candy ranging from children's hats to a patented hair accessories, original fabric designs, sewing patterns, and paper craft supplies.

Her work sells worldwide and has been featured in Glamour, Mademoiselle, Seventeen, and other national publications.

The Phoenix resident works from home and blogs about projects, inspirations and life as a wife and mother of two.

Sound perfect? It sure looks that way. Bailey's blog offers a peek into a bright and cheery world (just check out her studio) and a super-duper positive outlook on life.

And if you dig her blog, check out her website where her goods are for sale.

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