Sassy Kid Blanks

Happy New Year! Is it 2014 already?? Where did 2013 go? We had a great end-of-the-year and a great Christmas. We hope you did too! Over the break I received some new blanks from a new supplier, and I’ve finally been able to get outside and take some photos and share with you what they have to offer. When I first started doing embroidery, I swear you had a choice of Rabbit Skins or Monag Kids. There have been lots of new blanks suppliers “born” over the past couple of years. We definitely have a great variety of sources out there and one of the newest is Sassy Kid Blanks. They are based out of South Carolina and you can read more about them on their website.

My disclaimer for 2014… I am no photographer! I do have a prop or two and the sun finally came out today, so I got my rain boots on (because my yard is a swamp) and had a little photo shoot. First off, below is their Girls Short Sleeve Shirt featuring our new Bunny 6 Applique Design. You can read a full description of their items on their website! I love the pom pom trim, the ruffle on the bottom and the puff sleeves! I love an applique design on this shirt!



Here’s a closeup of the pom pom and ruffle on the bottom of the shirt. This is a sz 6 shirt and the Bunny design is a 5×7 hoop design (on this shirt).


All of their items I’m showing have a button or snap closure on the back of the neck. This helps with getting the garments on and off, and it also helps with hooping and getting it on your embroidery machine (especially the single needle machines – it gives you a little extra room to get the shirt out of the way).


Below is their Baby Boy Short Sleeve Bodysuit. This would be precious under a little john john too with no embellishment.


Snaps on the back.


Here is their Baby Girl Long Sleeve Bodysuit. Again, this would be precious underneath a little Aline or other dress, or with a monogram or small applique or mini embroidery design.


This is a shot of the back snaps and the little ruffles on the sleeves. I miss the baby clothes….


Baby Girl Short Sleeve Bodysuit… So wittle and pwecious!! 🙂 Again, sweet underneath a sleeveless outfit or one with straps, or alone with a little monogram or applique/embroidery design. It would be cute with a little pair of bloomers too.


Back – snaps and ruffle sleeves


Here is their Girls Sleeveless A-line dress. This one is screaming for a cute monogram or applique design! Hopefully I can take care of that soon and I will repost!


Pom pom trim and ruffle! This is a sz 6 also.

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Here is their Boys Short Sleeve Shirt. This is a dressier option for a boys blank shirt ~ add a simple block or natural circle monogram and pair it with dressier pants or shorts.


It also buttons up the back.


Check out their Girls Long Sleeve Empire Waist Dress. LOVE LOVE LOVE this! You will see below that a monogram is perfect on these, as to not take away from all the adorable ruffles. All of these items are 100% interlock cotton knit, which means nice and thick to hold a monogram or applique/embroidery design!


A closeup of the bottom ruffles ~ 2 layers!


Love the collar, button closure in the back and puff style sleeve!

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Girls Long Sleeve A-Line Dress ~ Simple and dainty with the pom pom trim! Also has the puff style sleeves.

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This might be my favorite! Girls Sleeveless Empire Waist Dress. This was before I added a monogram.

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It’s screaming MONOGRAM ME!!!!!

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Girls Long Sleeve Shirt


Button closure on the back to make it easier to get it over your child’s head! It really helps with hooping too and especially with the single needle machines.


So my daughter was outside riding her bike in her Nike shorts and a long sleeve t-shirt from a bait & tackle store in Orange Beach, AL. Her hair was a mess, so I bribed her to model for me for 5 minutes in this dress. I now owe her $2. Of course the bright sun was blinding her and she usually has a better suntan for a dress like this. I managed to get a few decent shots and as you can see, Maggie photo bombed the picture too. Sissy is 5 (almost 6) and this is a size 6 dress. When I monogrammed it, I measured from the bottom of the ruffle around the neckline to the seam of the empire waist. That way the monogram was centered underneath the ruffle. This is Monogram Wizard Plus “Master Circle” font and it measured about 3.25″ tall and wide for this dress. She picked out the turquoise thread for the monogram.


It was like 12 degrees earlier this week, but today it’s a balmy 68 so this worked out perfect! This is her new bike she got for Christmas!


A monogram is just perfect on this dress!


The space between the bottom ruffle and the empire waist is about an even 5″ on this size 6 dress. Again, this monogram was about 3.25″ tall and wide. You could do it a little bigger if you wanted to.

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The painted fingernails and toes are compliments of a birthday party she went to last night.


This was her telling me she was done w/ my $2 “photo shoot”. As you can see, the length falls well below the knee. So cute for spring & summer! I can see a lot of these on the beach this summer { beach pics with the fam}! It would work great as a swim cover-up too.


Sassy Kid Blanks has some color options as well. They have a bubblegum type lighter pink (officially called Candy Pink) and a red option for girls (High Risk Red). A light blue (Skyway Blue) for boys. Please read their FAQ about shrinking, discount codes, etc. You can also check out their sizing options {measurements after washing are located in the size chart for each item}. Looks like girl sizes range from 12M to 8. Boys are 12M to 8 as well. Baby stuff ~ 3M, 6M, 9M & 12M I believe.

**Please note, their site is PRE-ORDER right now for March delivery. If you have ANY questions, please email them at or use their Contact Us tab on their website. Check out their FAQ too! I’m just showing you some of the items they are offering. They can answer any and all questions you might have!

I’ve added them to my blanks list which is located under LINKS up top. SKB is also on Facebook! Have a great week!


  1. I always enjoy a post from you. I so appreciate all the information you share as I learned a TON from you in a short amount of time. Thank you!

  2. Cristin Thurman says

    Did you pre-wash your dress first? Do you normally pre-wash your garments/fabrics?