Tuesday Tip: Shop Local with Langley's Letter Dolls

Tuesday, August 30
This week, we are chatting with Ashley and Rachel of Langley's Letter Dolls.


Tell us about Langley's Letter Dolls.

Ashley and Rachel, two busy Moms, hand-paint 2 inch wooden peg dolls with
the letters of the alphabet on their chests. The dolls represent all races
and cultures. Sometimes customers request special custom orders (We love
those!) where we get to make the dolls resemble children, match bedrooms,
etc. The dolls are then sold for $5 per doll on etsy.

Our dolls are learning tools that inspire children to learn about the world
around them. Langley's Letter Dolls make reading, phonics, geography,
history, spelling and many other things fun!

Learn more about us at our website

How long have you been in business?
Since July 27, 2010. Just over a year.

Why should we check out Langley's Letter Dolls?
Our learning tools make learning fun! When children learn as they play, the
learning becomes more personal to them and therefore they interalize it more
easily. The learning options are endless: geography, history, early Letter
Recognition, Spelling, Phonics and more!

What is your favorite thing about having your own business? 
Being able to be paid to enjoy your hobby.

Favorite local business/places to shop, etc.
Meg-Art, Davidson Farmer's Market, Artisan Market in Mooresville, Whimsical Wardrobe, 
Candy Howard Photography (thanks!!), Just Baked Cupcakes.

The best thing about buying local?
You know you''re helping your neighbors realize their dreams.

Anything else you'd like to add?
When you shop local, you get the best customer service, because your neighbors want what is best for you!

Thanks so much, Ashley and Rachel!

 
These make wonderful, unique, adorable and useful gifts!  Birthdays, holidays, showers, you name it!  I have one, too!  Be sure to tell them I sent you!