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Mini Gameday Style

Football fans like to see their team score six by six, but there's a cute company out there providing sweetness to itty bitty fans Two by Two.  There is no limit to the designs on Two by Two's appliqu├ęd sweets..everything is custom-made to your liking.  And you can be sure no one else will be wearing the same...









Two by Two was started by two dear friends--one a football wife herself-- who hand make every item.  You can get a handmade, custom gift (any team, any number, any name...you name it!) for the little ones in your life.  (They made a darling onesie for me with WYO on it...for our dear friends coaching for the Wyoming Cowboys) 

Get these in time for the holidays!  You can order by going to Two by Two's page on Facebook, right here....


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