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The Top 50 Design Blogs for Mom, 2012

In the world of blogging, moms have got it going on -- and in the world of design, moms rule the roost. Each year, Babble celebrates the women curating the most creative and innovative finds in style, décor, and craft. They're designers, crafters, hostesses, and stylists who juggle it all with after school play dates, dirty laundry, family meals, and bedtime.

This year's list boasts perennial favorites and also showcases new moms who are taking the scene by storm, one perfectly coordinated outfit – and room -- at a time. If you're on the hunt for the latest and greatest ideas, tips, or tutorials, these are them.

Have a design mom blogger that you adore? Nominate her here, and maybe she'll make an appearance on next year's list! — Cyd Converse

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Handmade Charlotte

Top 50 Design Blogs for Mom, 2012: The most stunning sites on the Web for daily inspiration and style

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The what’s what: Whether you’re searching for the perfect add-ons to your home office, closet or kids’ toy box, Handmade Charlotte will find something for you. Rachel Faucett, the mom behind the perfectly curated posts, rocks out daily design inspiration and DIY crafts for kids, families and home. Rachel’s eye for the latest in kids decor and party ideas is second-to-none, but it’s her tutorials for edible cookie necklaces (perfect for a birthday party!) and her printable tooth fairy notes (complete with a little envelope for stowing the goods!) that will have you clapping for joy.

The mama: Rachel is a super-talented clothing designer, mom of five, and blogger. She sells her wares at Handmade Charlotte’s Etsy shop (currently on hiatus) and also writes for Babble’s Family Style blog, Babble Voices, and Martha Stewart Living. Her blog has been featured on HGTV, Better Homes and Gardens, the Huffington Post, and more.

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