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Serena & Lily introduces new collection of Baby Gifts
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May '08
Serena & Lily, the premier children's linens and homewares company, has introduced a new collection of baby gifts that will take the stylish interior design company's products
outside the bedroom and on to the streets.

In addition to the 25 existing nursery crib bedding collections, and 15 child bedding collections in their current catalog, Serena & Lily is introducing a range of choices for the perfect baby gift: a newborn gift set, a stylish sling, gorgeous stroller blankets, signature stuffed animals and a new take on the traditional Moses basket.

All of the new items will come beautifully packaged and be available in stores nationwide and on their website in June, 2008.

The new gift line includes:
- Market Sling:
Made from 100% organic cotton, the stylish Market Sling features gorgeous hand-embroidery on the outside with cozy soft cotton-interlock lining.

It has a streamlined design one seamless piece of fabric – for a sleek look and a snug, secure fit. This is the sling that can be considered a part of your wardrobe.

The sling comes in three sizes (Small, Medium and Large) and three styles Grass/ Marigold, Cloud/Petal and Flax/Sky Blue.

- Take-Me-Home Gift Set
The perfect outfit to bring baby home from the hospital! The gift set is both practical and stylish and includes: newborn gown with drawstring close and fold-over cuffs, a matching hat and swaddling blanket, all made from white 100% organic cotton with sweet crochet trim, embroidery and darling tassels.


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