Going for girlie glam at the fair

Amanda Pierce of One Pink Peach displays her gorgeous accessories at the Easter Fair at the weekend.
Amanda Pierce of One Pink Peach displays her gorgeous accessories at the Easter Fair at the weekend. Georja Ryan

MOST mums would agree having a princess for a daughter can be hard work when it comes to picking out daily attire and accessories.

If the skirt doesn't match the headband you're in trouble, and if the hair clip doesn't match the socks then look out.

Luckily for those with two left hands when it comes to a needle, thread and hot glue gun, Amanda Pierce has got the tricky part sorted.

One Pink Peach is Mrs Pierce's Warwick-based business for everything girlie and everything gorgeous.

From headbands and clips, to tutus and more, One Pink Peach is every young girl's dream come true.

Mrs Pierce started her business two-and-a-half years ago, inspired by her daughter, Emma.

"Emma loves girly things and I started making things for her and it just grew from there," she said.

Now, she attends the three major markets in the Rose City as well as operating through Facebook and is looking to break into the Toowoomba market this year.

Mrs Pierce said the inspiration for her designs came from trying new things.

"I just sit and play and if I don't like it, I won't sell it," she said.

Mrs Pierce had her stall set up at the Easter Fair at the weekend and said she had been flat out with customers.



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