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15 Awesome Products by Bloggers

Bloggers have proven themselves a force to be reckoned with — becoming brand ambassadors, clothing designers, best-selling authors, and successful entrepreneurs. And all with a loyal blog following, cheering them along.

Whoever scoffs at the idea of a “blogger” has obviously never heard of the following products, all made by bloggers:

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  • Products Made by Bloggers 1 of 16
    Products Made by Bloggers
    Here are 15 awesome products made from our favorite bloggers...
  • Freshly Picked Moccasins 2 of 16
    Freshly Picked Moccasins
    Susan Petersen is one of the most popular lifestyle bloggers, but she's best known for her crazy popular line of baby moccasins (seen on the likes of Kardashian babies and splashed on the pages of US Weekly).
    Buy from Freshly Picked
    Read Freshly Picked
  • Handmade Charlotte Stencils 3 of 16
    Handmade Charlotte Stencils
    One of my personal favorite bloggers/people, Rachel Faucett (known for her popular Handmade Charlotte blog) recently released a line of stencils!
    Buy from PLAID
    Read Handmade Charlotte
  • A-List Mom Bedding 4 of 16
    A-List Mom Bedding
    Elina Furman, the mom behind A-List Mom, collaborated with Oliver B on a City of Dreams crib bedding collection. It makes sense that Elina's dabbling in design, considering she has such an incredible eye for what's hot in the baby market. (She also designed a collection with Magnificent Baby in 2011, so I'm sure we'll be seeing much more from Elina — not just as a writer, but a designer.)
    Buy from Oliver B
    Read A-List Mom
  • Jaime Morrison Curtis, My Prudent Advice 5 of 16
    Jaime Morrison Curtis, My Prudent Advice
    I admire Jaime so much — not just as a successful blogger, but as a mother and a person. Her book of advice to her daughter — and her most recent fill-in-the-blank baby journal — is a must read for every parent. (And word is Jaime and her Prudent Baby partner Jacinda are coming out with a Prudent Baby DIY book, so stay tuned for that!)
    Buy from Amazon.com
    Read Prudent Baby
  • The Alison Shows Leather Triangle Mobiles 6 of 16
    The Alison Shows Leather Triangle Mobiles
    The adorable mom behind "The Alison Show" makes these super-trendy leather triangle mobiles that everyone loves. If you aren't familiar with her DIY blog (and her video tutorials!), you absolutely need to check it out.
    Buy from The Alison Show
    Read The Alison Show
  • Lets Pretend This Never Happened 7 of 16
    Lets Pretend This Never Happened
    The most popular blogger of all — Jenny Lawson from The Bloggess — also has a best-selling book that's (obviously) HILARIOUS. Talk about a blogging success story!
    Buy from Amazon
    Read The Bloggess
  • How To Be a Dads “The Guide to Sleep Positions” 8 of 16
    How To Be a Dads "The Guide to Sleep Positions"
    Andy Herald and Charlie Capen — the hilarious dads behind HowToBeaDad.com — recently released their first book, "The Guide to Baby Sleep Positions: Survival Tips for Co-Sleeping Parents," for any parent with a sense of humor.
    Buy from Amazon
    Read HowToBeaDad.com
  • Penny Chic by Shauna Miller 9 of 16
    Penny Chic by Shauna Miller
    Shauna Miller turned her popular blog, Penny Chic, into an affordable clothing line at Walmart!
    Buy from Walmart
    Read Penny Chic
  • Tattly by Swiss Miss 10 of 16
    Tattly by Swiss Miss
    The influential blogger behind the Swiss Miss blog, Tiny Roth Eisenberg, expanded her business to include designy temporary tattoos that pretty much everyone is obsessed with.
    Buy from Tattly
    Read Swiss Miss
  • The Design Mom Collection by Emily McDowell 11 of 16
    The Design Mom Collection by Emily McDowell
    Of all the popular design bloggers out there, Gabrielle Blair from Design Mom just might be the best known. And I was so excited to see her collaborating with one of my favorite Etsy shop owners, Emily McDowell, on a collection of prints featuring children's book quotes.
    Buy from Etsy.com
    Read Design Mom
  • Amy Turn Sharps Little Alouette 12 of 16
    Amy Turn Sharps Little Alouette
    Amy Turn Sharp is a beautiful poet — perhaps best known for her 365 Project: A Poem A Day — and she's popular in the blogging community. Yet she's perhaps BEST known as the mom behind Little Alouette — one of the most popular wooden toy companies, featured everywhere from Martha Stewart Magazine to Jessica Alba's personal gift guide.
    Buy from Little Alouette
    Read Amy Turn Sharp's poetry
  • Gretchen Rubins “The Happiness Project” 13 of 16
    Gretchen Rubins "The Happiness Project"
    Gretchen Rubin's blog is an extension of her worldwide phenomenon, "The Happiness Project" — a collection of best-selling books and groundbreaking ideas on what exactly "happiness" means.
    Buy from The Happiness Project
    Read The Happiness Project
  • The Pioneer Woman, Blogger to Author 14 of 16
    The Pioneer Woman, Blogger to Author
    One of the most successful bloggers, Ree Drummond, turned her platform into a successful book career — including a children's book series!
    Buy from Amazon
    Read The Pioneer Woman
  • I Still Love You 15 of 16
    I Still Love You
    Melissa Esplin of the popular "I Still Love You" design blog has a shop called "I Still Love Calligraphy" — with calligraphy prints and calligraphy kits/courses.
    Buy from I Still Love Calligraphy
    Read I Still Love You
  • Animal Coats 16 of 16
    Animal Coats
    The designer of these adorable handmade coats also has a blog filled with tutorials and giveaways.
    Buy from Etsy.com
    Read The Little Goodall Blog

What did I miss? What are some of your favorite products by bloggers? Are YOU a blogger with a business? Link to it below!

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