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cartoon ballet shoes – Baby ballet slippers and owl baby blanket gift set is perfect for the aspiring ballerina.The adorable owl receiving blanket is made from cozy flannel. It measures approximately 33.5" x 40," larger than a store bought flannel receiving blanket. Large enough to swaddle your baby, or snuggle with as they grow. The single layer of flannel is perfect when you need just a light cover up in the crib, in the car seat, or to cover the floor. Edges are finished with a double fold and a zigzag stitch.The ballet slipper style baby shoes are perfect for keeping your baby’s toes warm and adorable. Cute and practical- the elastic in the heel keeps the shoes on baby’s feet. Can be worn with or without socks. Hand sewn by me out of soft fleece, lined with cozy flannel. Can be made with white non-slip soles if your baby is walking. Sizing:4" (10 cm)– approx. 0-3 months, approx. infant size 1 shoe 4.5" (11.4 cm)– approx. 3-6 months, approx. infant size 2/3 5" (12.7 cm)– approx. 6-12 months, approx. baby size 4 5.5" (14 cm)– approx. 12-18 months, approx. baby size 5/6 For best sizing, measure baby's foot from the back of the heel to the tip of the big toe. Add .25"-.5" for wiggle room and room to grow to find best sole size.Makes a great baby shower gift!Washing Instructions: Machine wash gentle, cold water. Air dry.Comes from a smoke and pet free home.Buy the ballet shoes by themselves: https://www.etsy.com/listing/509952268Be the first to see new products and shop updates on Facebook: http://bit.ly/2ysoAzqFollow all my crafting on Instagram: http://bit.ly/2ypnGE1

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“There’s certainly a shifting of gears that’s happened, but it hasn’t been a problem,” he said cartoon ballet shoes. “It’s a very nimble atmosphere. We are still small enough that I can get my hands on the art.”. He’s traded in his daily visit to Philz Coffee with a Peet’s closer to San Pedro Square, and he’s had to polish some rusty skills, like helping to write a press release for Tabard’s upcoming production of the musical “1776,” which opens Jan. 24 with an all-female cast..

But the important thing for Nichols, 58, was being able to remain in the San Jose area. He grew up on the Peninsula and moved back here after getting his MFA from Temple University in Philadelphia. For the past 25 years, he’s worked just about everywhere — from the old Civic Light Opera to Ballet San Jose and San Jose Rep. His wife, Lina, is an elementary school teacher in San Jose, another reason he wanted to remain in the city. “I grew up in the arts community here,” he said. “Could I have left? Probably cartoon ballet shoes. Did I want to? Absolutely not.”..

When Team San Jose — the private-public partnership that runs the city’s convention center and theaters — was foundering a few years ago and in danger of being dismissed, Toeniskoetter provided the leadership that put it back on the right track. And after suffering a stroke in 2000, he recovered and became one of the founders of Santa Clara County’s Stroke Awareness Foundation, which has undoubtedly saved lives by making people aware of the early warning signs of stroke cartoon ballet shoes. “I love this city,” Toeniskoetter said upon receiving the award. “I’m so glad I’ve had the opportunities that I’ve had here.” So are we, Chuck..

The show opens Jan. 17 and runs through Feb. 8 at Danville’s Village Theatre, but at a very special Jan. 25 performance, professional matchmaker Anni Powers will be “matching” members of the audience cartoon ballet shoes. Those interested in meeting that special someone can fill out surveys before the show. Matches will be made at intermission, with a reception following the show at nearby Faz restaurant. Dolly Levi would be so proud. And speaking of Wilder’s esteemed matchmaker, Dolly will be portrayed by our own esteemed local actress Melynda Kiring, with John Blytt as Horace Vandergelder. Eric Fraisher Hayes directs..

In addition to the special matchmaking evening, Role Players invites audiences to attend the 2 p.m. Jan. 19 performance of “The Matchmaker” and then stay for a screening of the movie “Hello Dolly” starring Barbra Streisand, which received its inspiration from the play. The film begins at 5 p.m. For tickets to any of the shows or special events, call 925-312-3400 or go to www.roleplayersensemble.com cartoon ballet shoes. The highly theatrical piece follows Gant (Brian Herndon) and his acting troupe (Drummond, Patrick Jones and Sarah Moser) as they embark on an evening of storytelling. All the performers assume a wide variety of characters (and even stuffed bears) with ease as playwright Anthony Neilson’s bizarre stories unfold..

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