From Wendy to her mom, Vicki, owners of Rhea Lana's of Southern Indiana:
Rhea Lana’s Children’s Consignment Gearing Up for Spring Events
Posted by Lisa M Molley April 3, 2012
Rhea Lana's has a very diverse group of friends. Some of you are shoppers and some of you are sellers, many of you are both. Some of you are professionals outside the home, and many of you are professionals at home. I have been all of these things over the years. Right now I love this season in my life when I have new acquaintances from the business side of my life who like our business because of the personal side of my life!
These are so cute and so easy your kids can make them without a lot of help. There are lots of variations on the ingredients but here is my list:
1) Chocolate flavored almond bark 2) Chow Mein noodles 3) Peanut M&Ms or jelly beans
We asked our Facebook friends how they were going to spend their Rhea Lana's consignor checks and these smart ladies have BIG plans! Moms are paying for surgeries, paying off credit card bills, and contributing to their family vacation fund. Way to go! There are many more Rhea Lana events coming this spring...what will you do with your money?
Need some ideas? ...
We've been talking a lot about puzzles at Rhea Lana's, as many of our events are selling brand new Melissa and Doug puzzles and toys. Many pre-school and elementary school teachers have purchased these great puzzles for their classrooms. Moms are also loving the opportunity to buy these high quality puzzles for their homes that teach multiple skills. Here's an article from about.com about what puzzles can teach your kids.
"I’m talking about those determined grease spots that don’t show up until after you’ve washed and dried your son’s favorite pants. (The ones that never come out no matter how many times you wash them. Grrrrrr.) In my house they typically result from butter dripped on a shirt or peanut butter wiped on pants.