PHOTOS: Terrisa Belknap – Shopping for Fairy Princesses

January 18, 2012, 1:50 PM HST
* Updated January 18, 2:50 PM
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Terrisa Belknap w back packs

By Susan Halas

Grandmothers everywhere are always on the lookout for cute stuff worthy of their adorable and unique grandchildren. Who knew you could find it at the Kahului Swap Meet in Booth 209.

Meet Terrisa Belknap, who for more than 15 years, had the Old Plantation Store in Paia. She’s now a Saturday regular with darling stuff at reasonable prices for the special little girls and boys in your life.

Looking for a back pack? Get one with a grandma safety leash to make sure junior doesn’t scoot too far ahead. Lots to pick from and all washable $22.

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There’s a nice selection of quilts. The Alphabet Quilt is charming and priced for grandma at $80. It can be a crib cover or has an opening at the top and can be used as a wall hanging.

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Those silly dogs are book-ends, that is if anybody still has books. They’re $15 for the pair.

Those young people in grandma’s life need to dress up in shiny silky and sparkly things priced $15-$20  with nifty hula outfits for the very young set at $10.

Terrisa can be reached at [email protected], or call her at 214-5929.

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Dress up is always more fun with silky, sparkly and shiny clothes and lots of them. Hula set (not shown) comes in little little sizes. Susan Halas photo.

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Is it a tail or is it a leash

Is it a tail? No really it’s a safety leash so that grandma can keep up with speedy tot. Susan Halas photo.

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This ABC quilt can be a crib cover or a wall hanging. Susan Halas photo.

dog book ends

These silly doggie bookends are ideal for all your best picture books. Susan Halas photo.

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