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Good News: The Hat Lady

By Kristen Hampton - bio l email

FORT MILL, SC (WBTV) - Bonnie Christensen is known around here, as the hat lady. She started off by just making nice hats. But then, Bonnie started adding flair and extra sass. The hat making business took off.

Each piece is layered with a colorful mix of feathers, sparklies, and extra pink.

Bonnie says the hats make her happy because they make other people happy. The pieces say something about each wearer. The most important message, life isn't supposed to be so serious. Fun is in each hat.

Bonnie sells her hats at local boutiques like The Cubbyhole in Ballantyne. If you'd like more info on Bonnie's hats, you can e-mail her at brchris@comporium.net

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