The Rancher’s Wife Heads to Town

I’m starting something new this year. Every month around this time, I’m going to feature a local business on my blog.

It is just a simple way of spreading the word about what our community has to offer. I’m happy to be from a small town, and I’m happy to support local business owners.

First up is Cowboy Couture. Dixie Berger is a stay at home mom that started an embroidery business. Thanks to Dixie’s kiddos we were able to show what she can offer.

If you have done business with Dixie you know her kids are with her.  Dixie does all custom embroidery.  She works with many businesses and ranches in the area.  She offers embroidery, screen printing, and rhinestone appliques.  Recently she has been creating some of her own custom leather embroidery creations.  The chaps Neacy has on, her dad made for her, but Dixie added some embroidery to make the chaps custom and unique.  The coat was embroidered since she loves horses and PINK!  Wyoming sweatshirts are one of Dixie’s top sellers and Burris loves his!  The leather belts can also be customized to what you want.  Dixie is able to change the designs to personalize all the belts and bracelets.  The belts can also be made to be reversible so you would have 2 belts for the price of one.  Lastly, she has created a unique cell phone case that you can wear over your shoulder when you need to run into the store and only need a credit card and phone.  It’s very handy and this can also be customized.  If you need any customized or Wyoming apparel, she’s your girl!

Contact Dixie Berger if you have any questions or would like to place an order.  You can reach her at 307-326-5886 or thecowboycouture@yahoo.com

I know I’m going to be ordering a cell phone case. I can never find mine in my huge diaper/camera bag. Dixie made sure to add a nifty chain to it so it can easily be located. Hooray for that!!!

Hope you enjoy this sneak peek into what Dixie can offer!

 

 

 

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Melissa Schwalbe - May 16, 2012 - 7:18 am

We also live in a small town now and we love it also and do shop locally, great for all.
Our daughter, Rebecca, has started her own business out of the home with making handmade wreath’s for doors, walls, where ever one desires a wall hanging of sorts.
Check out http://www.rebeccaswreaths.com and you can see her web-site with many styles.

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