ballet shoes part 5 – Personalized Fairy Princess Ballet Soft Dolly Hot Pink Tutu, Wings & Toe Shoes Every little girls dream, a beautiful personalized with embroidery soft dolly.Features…Soft cloth dolly with red yarn hair, light skin-tone and embroidered face – 16" tallFull removable tutu with a matching bow on the frontPersonalized removable white top with heart shape gemstone center frontPink rhinestone removable crown.Large Pink fairy wingsPink toe shoes with ribbon laces non-removablePARENTS PLEASE NOTE: this item is not recommended for younger children there are many removable parts and choking hazards.Your item will be embroidered as per the sample with your child’s name or 3 letter monogram including the design, font and thread colors shown unless otherwise instructed.If you are choosing to have a 3 letter monogram embroidered please refer to the section on monograms below for instructions…*********IMPORTANT************PLEASE READ THE FOLLOWING INFORMATION******BEFORE YOU PLACE AN ORDER***Please Note: If we have a conversation regarding your order BEFORE you purchase you must still send the final order information AFTER you purchase. The information will NOT automatically be added to the order. Cancellations: Orders canceled within 24 hours of purchase are subject to a restocking fee of 20%. Orders are non-cancelable 24 hours after purchase.If you like the font and thread color shown all we need from you is the NAME.If you want to make other changes…here is the basic information we will need from you…FONT CHOICE….THREAD COLOR….Embroidery Information….Embroidery options will be available as per available space on item.This item includes embroidery up to 10 characters (Standard Embroidery) If your embroidery includes a longer name or 2 names please choose (2 Embroidery)If your embroidery includes a sentence or 2 lines of embroidery please choose (3 Embroidery)We do not offer proofs or discounts for orders less than 50 pieces.We will never tell you we do not like your font or thread color choice. Most customers do not like this. If you leave it up to us we will use the same font and thread color on the sample picture.Basic embroidery instructions…#1 – Please try to put your instructions in the notes section when checking out. If you miss the notes section no problem, just send an email after purchase and we will attach it to the order. #2 – When sending your embroidery instructions, please keep in mind that we will embroider the name as you send it. If you send the name in ALL CAPS we will embroider it in ALL CAPS. Monograms can be done in one of two ways #1 – aBc indicates that you want a traditional monogram style embroidery (the last name is usually the middle initial and will be larger than the other two letters, all letters will be done in caps unless otherwise stated by the customer. #2 – ABC indicates that you want all the initials the same size and that the order you put them in is the way you want them embroidered.Font ChoicesPrint or ScriptThread Color Choices White – Brown – Black – Red – Light Pink – Dark Pink – Royal – Light Blue – Purple – Lavender – Lime – Green – Orange – Grey & YellowThese colors are for example only actual color may be different – white is shown in blue for obvious reasons.Shipping Time – Production TimePlease be patient when waiting for your order. Our Prices are very competitive and therefore we get a lot of orders. Most of our items about 99% are made to order – this takes time. 1st – your order information needs to be printed & clarified ( checked to make sure we have all of the information needed ie… size, embroidery information, thread color, etc…, 2nd – your order goes to the design department where your design is made (even names are done this way).3rd – your order goes to the embroidery department.4th – your order goes to the sewing dept. for final touches, like bows ribbon, etc.5th – your order goes to shipping where it is packaged and shipped. Please know that a typical order ships in 10 business days – that's 2 standard weeks * before your item will ship – PLEASE DO NOT PURCHASE FROM HANCOCK'S EMBROIDERY IF YOU ARE NOT ABLE TO WAIT FOR YOUR ITEM – PLEASE DO NOT MAKE UP YOUR OWN DELIVERY DATE AND EXPECT THAT WE CAN DELIVER YOUR ITEM BY THAT DATE. PLEASE ALSO REMEMBER THAT WE HAVE NO CONTROL OVER USPS – WE ARE AT THEIR MERCY JUST LIKE EVERYONE ELSE – please be fair and remember this when leaving feedback. We ship our items the least expensive way possible to keep shipping charges down for you, our customer. We do not charge handling fees.*We do offer a "rush order service" providing there is room in the schedule. The cost is (10.00 per item to move your item/items to the front of the production schedule – design dept., embroidery run, final touches & shipping). If you are interested in having the rush fee added to your order please let us know before placing your order or paying for your item – we will let you know if rush deliveries are available. Expedited shipping is also available for your order – please request priority shipping before you pay for your item and we will add the option to your invoice.Combined shipping is available for international orders. International orders are shipped to Australia, Canada, Japan and UK only. International orders will automatically calculate shipping costs based on item weight. International orders will be given options to ship the most cost affordable way possible. Please be patient during transit. If you choose to have your item shipped using a faster method those options are available. If you are purchasing more than one item please allow us to adjust the shipping fees before you pay your invoice.Quality personalized items are worth the wait. Every item we personalize is important to us. Every customer is important to us. Note: Embroidered items are considered to be custom orders and, as such, are not returnable unless the mistake is due to an error made by HANCOCK'S EMBROIDERY. Please double-check size and color choices before you order.
There were so many couples auditioning that I thought the show had changed to “So You Think You Can Dance Together,” but that was just what the Powers That Be wanted to feature at this stop on the audition road. And there were so many montages of nameless dancers — why not throw out some identities between the bits and pieces? ballet shoes part 5. Alla Kocherga and Serge Onik were absolutely fabulous with their ballroom style salsa, and there was no questions that both were heading to the next round in the competition. And Casey Askew of Seattle only got several steps into his routine before Nigel yelled, “Stop the music!” and handed Casey a ticket..
B-boy Timothy Joseph of Sacramento had music but his movements didn’t match it. He just bounced all over the stage in an incredible series of athletic moves. Unfortunately, one of those moves caused an injury and he took his manager’s advice and skipped choreography to wait until next year ballet shoes part 5. But one of the winners from the L.A. auditions won’t be going anywhere since he is too young. “J-4” stepped confidently to the mic and told his age: “18 1/2.” After a question from Nigel, he admitted he was only 9. But to show off his hip-hop, Nigel asked Fik-Shun, last season’s champ, and Cyrus from Season 9 to act as the boy’s “backing dancers.” It was a great moment that was an amazing moment for J-4 and showed why Fik-Shun won everyone’s hearts and votes last year..
Malene Ostergaard and Armen Way performed a lovely ballroom routine, but of course, the show had to bring up how he dropped a partner on her head at last year’s call-backs in Vegas. But no worries, they both were given tickets. My favorite of the West Coast auditions, as host Cat Deeley called them, was Johnny Waacks of New York, who does a style he calls waacking, which caused the judges to break out in fits of giggles and laughter. After he got a chance to perform, Nigel admitted, “You, sir, are an artist. It was captivating.” Fearing he was a “one-trick pony,” he was sent to choreography ballet shoes part 5.
Cat called the auditions “the best day ever on the road.” Back at choreography, Johnny did a great job and he and six others made it through to the next round, joining 18 others. On to Philadelphia and a new guest judge ballet shoes part 5. Joining Nigel and Mary was Misty Copeland, a prima ballerina who was the first African American female soloist for the American Ballet Theatre. Luckily for her, several of those auditioning were dancing “en pointe.” SYTYCD has a habit of showing heart-breaking, tear-jerking stories of why some of the dancers are there, and tonight was no exception. To some extent, I get a little tired of this and know that when Cat interviews someone or the programs features a dancer, the waterworks are soon to follow..
Bridget Whitman was a 19-year-old from Arizona whose dad was in an automobile accident when she was 12. Her two older brothers were unhurt, but her dad died, and soon the judges, especially Mary, were soon in tears. In fact, Mary cried throughout the entire routine and the comments afterward. But Bridget was an amazing dancer and got a ticket to the next round. There was a montage of “the boys of Philly,” as Cat referred to them, and they all were good enough to earn tickets. Amir Sanders was a ballerina with a crazy Afro and several piercings in her nose, and she did “funky pointe” that wowed the judges. Misty thought her technique was beautiful and so were her lines, and Mary agreed, but did Amir get a ticket? Nope, she was sent to choreography ballet shoes part 5. Weird..