Send Some Sweet Love

Valentine’s Day is all about the love.  Surprise someone with a Pilloroo, and we’ll include a box of Sweethearts candy to make their day oh so much sweeter.

We can even add a note…just write the note in “Special instructions” at checkout.

Happy love day!

“Like” us on Facebook and you will be entered to win a free Pilloroo to be sent to you or a friend.

Looking Back and Looking Forward

January is naturally the month for making resolutions and goal setting.  We are busy putting together our 2011 goals and have a lot of great Pilloroo ideas in the works with some new fun ideas on the way.  We keep striving to make Pilloroo better and bigger while being amazed by the successes we have been able to acheive and blessed by the smiles we have seen on our Pillrooo Fan’s faces.

I can’t help but look back.  We are often asked, how did you get started?  It’s with a chuckle, that I explain, “At my mother’s kitchen table; BillieJo on one end and I on the other with our sewing machines buzzing.”  Our first meeting, she brought the pillow I had made for Jacob years prior and with much luck and a few false starts, I figured out how to make it again.  We sewed nearly 75 Pilloroos in the next weeks and signed up for a craft fair in Springville.  With butterflies and high hopes, that’s how we started.

Enter by April 17

 

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Another Pilloroo Giveaway on a great site built for kids.  Li Kids, reviewed the Pilloroo Pillow and loved it so much they are giving one away.  The wilnner will get to pick a Pilloroo of their choice.  You can go to the Li Kids website Li Kids.com and leave a comment to enter.  If you dig, stumble or tweet you can also do that to make your entry as well.  Have fun checking out this cool site and all it has to offer.  Most of all Good Luck!

“From Pirates to Prancing Puppies every child deserves to own their very own Pilloroo”

Janey, Li Review

Our Nephew

Designing these pillows has been so much fun for BillieJo and I, but giving them is even more fun. I always like to hear what kids decide to keep in the “Surprise Pouch”. My nephew Jordan is a kid whose parents keep him on the go, he’s in karate and baseball and can recite the entire 24 line poem “The Quitter” by Robert Service. As an aunt I couldn’t be more proud. So what does this little intellectual have in his Pilloroo? “A “Basketball Travel Game” He’s always ready to shoot hoops.