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Sunshine Bouquet Posy - Chemotherapy Alopecia gift

Posted by Emilienne Rebel on

Sunshine Bouquet Posy - Chemotherapy Alopecia gift

Making lots of Bold Beanie Bouquets today in beautiful spring bright colours to make a special lady smile and show you care.  The posies consist of one Liberty Art Fabric Bold Beanies and two co-ordinating women's plain hats. The soft chemotherapy or alopecia hair loss hats are rolled to look like roses and made into a mini bouquet with lovely silk flowers.  You can't take real flowers onto a hospital ward, so send this traditional flowers gift with a twist... three beanie hats for your loved one or friend to wear.  Buy a Bold Beanies Bouquet for a friend, colleague...

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Welcome to the new Bold Beanies Hats Website

Posted by Emilienne Rebel on

Welcome to the new and improved Bold Beanies hair loss hats online store! New hats, New products, new gifts and new functionality... add a star rating and feedback to your hair loss hat now. Select from a vast range of soft cotton stretchy beanie hats designed to fit snugly and comfortably on a bald head wether from Alopecia or for cancer chemo treatment. Patterned hats are made using beautiful Liberty Art natural Fabrics of London... beautiful breathable head wear. Simple plain coloured caps are great as a liner under a a scarf or helmet. Plain hats can be customised with...

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Give a beautiful, traditional and practical gift…

Posted by Emilienne Rebel on

Are you looking for a gift for someone with cancer… suffering from chemotherapy hair loss… or diagnosed with alopecia? The Bold Beanies Bouquet was created by Emilienne to provide people who care the chance to give someone a traditional beautiful gift… but also a practical one.She, herself received numerous bouquets of flowers from well-wishers all over the world when she was ill, for which she was extremely grateful, but they required not just many vases, but time and energy to manage.The Bold Beanies Bouquet comprises of 3 or more hats rolled to look like roses and made into a bouquet...

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6 years on...

Posted by Emilienne Rebel on

Olivia is leaving her primary school this week and it has brought out many emotions for me. So thankful for the happy years and wonderful teachers she has had and content in the knowledge she is ready to move on. Years on however, and this cancer journey I/the girls and I are on together comes to light yet again... so very emotional.The first week Olivia started at her primary school was the week I started chemotherapy for Stage 3 advanced Breast Cancer. I had been diagnosed several months before and had already undergone many surgeries including a mastectomy and sentinel...

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