Wednesday, September 1, 2010

The Lulu Low-Down!

How many Lulu fans out there remember making potholders when you were little? Lulu made these all the time! (She’s showing her age now.) And she found that little metal loom for the store! So Let your children experience the classic Metal Pot holder Loom you grew up with. Includes 150 loops and detailed instructions. A great activity for improving fine motor skills. 5 years and upGood things come in mini packages. Measuring just 3.5" x 2" x 2" the Minimergency Survival Kit is more compact than a cupcake. From a teeny-tiny hairspray to single-use dental floss, the survival gurus at Ms. & Mrs. have miniaturized 16 emergency essentials that girls need at their fingertips. Stash this low-cost life-saver in an evening clutch, glove compartment, or carry-on bag. Elle’s must-have!
It’s simple: follow the illustrated prompts and read the English words out loud, and soon you’ll be speaking Spanish, Japanese, or Chinese. This handy, easy-to-read language guide, Slanguage, is easy to carry and gives the basic phrases you need while traveling, asking directions, or ordering food at a restaurant. It also includes phrases for medical or legal emergencies, as well as terminology for hotels, airports, and so on. But most of all, it’s just plain fun!

You may not know Tyvek by name, but if you’ve ever tried to tear open an express mail envelope or remove those “do not remove” tags from your bedding, you’ve discovered just how strong and tear resistant Tyvek is. Mighty Wallets are ingeniously constructed from a single piece of Tyvek folded in a simple pattern, eliminating the need for seams or stitching, which further strengthens the wallet and allows it to expand and grow as it is filled. The smooth material also creates the perfect moisture-resistant surface to protect your valuables from wear and tear. The wallet is environmentally friendly and can actually be recycled.

There are lots of new things coming in at Lulu's and we'll keep you updated, but the best is to come downtown and see for yourself!!!

1 comment:

  1. I'm SOOOOO smiling at the loom!

    I wonder how many potholders I did make in my childhood?

    And YES, some of them are still here at my mom's house!