Stock these limited edition fabrics just in time for the holiday shopping season. These winter cuties are sure to make everyone’s wish list. Perfect for gifts, classroom parties, holiday treats, school, or day care, shoppers won’t want to miss these adorable stocking stuffers!
‘Tis the Season of Giving (to you!)
The holidays are quickly approaching. What better way to get in the spirit than to start off with an extra $115 in retail value?
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Rock Me! Made with love in the USA makes dressing babies quick and easy while offering a stylish edge. All styles, in sizes 0-24 months, open in the back like a pillow sham for super simple on and off. The styles look like layered separates but are actually one piece with no snaps, no buttons, and no other closures. Rock Me was recently featured on NBC’s TODAY and was named one of Spanx’s Leg Up entrepreneurs. Rock Me is on a mission to help others and will soon be working with K.I.D.S. (Kids In Distressed Situations).
Sister-in-laws Debbie Horwits and Charlie Weir wanted to start a company that would utilize their creative skills. As the mother of four daughters, Charlie wanted to be their role model as a female entrepreneur. She felt with the tough financial times that the idea of starting a business was more relevant than ever. Debbie and Charlie started Drama in 2010, selling mostly girl’s accessories and novelty items. They are now moving towards carrying a full garment line with a selection of beautiful accessories. Drama focuses on creating fun textures without compromising the simplicity that keeps babies and children most comfortable.
Rock Me Inc. was chosen as one of Spanx®, and its founder, Sara Blakely’s Leg Up winners! Leg Up is a promotion where Spanx highlights women and their businesses in the Spanx catalog, on spanx.com and through its social media channels including The Rear View blog (reaching well over 1 million fans). This program is a way for Spanx to show female entrepreneurs that they don’t just have their butts covered – they’ve got their back, too.
Kalulu bursts onto the market with a vibrant children’s wear collection inspired by the colors and traditions of East Africa. The line is made entirely out of kikoy cloth, a bold cotton fabric traditionally worn by men in the region as sarongs. Kikoys mix and match complementary and contrasting hues, creating plaid and striped patterns. Kalulu employs this fabric on easy-to-wear silhouettes that are both age-appropriate and eye-catching for girls and boys sizes 2T to 10. The Kalulu line is made in the United States.
Bluebird Blanket debuted at the October ABC Kids Expo with a line of super soft, eco-friendly baby blankets that are made in the United States. The company features kid-friendly themes children can grow with and sophisticated colors that easily complement any family’s décor—in the nursery and throughout the rest of the home.
The best way to really get kids to learn something is to make it fun and creative! Just a quick search on the Internet shows that most great educational products for children are geared for maximum fun and ingenuity. Developing stories or thinking out plans help children’s brains in ways that rote memorization cannot. Companies which provide fun and energizing educational solutions garner adult support and kid adoration. The innovative creators at The MU – Microcosmic Universe are part of the vanguard in developing tempting toys that stimulate the brain.
By Stephanie Hanlon - Wednesday, October 17th 2012
Some parents take it for granted that they can go into a toy store and buy whatever their child wants. Parents of special needs children know it’s never that easy, and retailers who carry toys and clothing for their child’s specific needs can foster a valuable customer relationship to last a lifetime. A few examples of all-inclusive products include Pocket Frenz for children who need something small and tangible to get them through the day; Fun and Function toys, games and apparel; Soft Clothing’s seamless, tagless apparel for children who find regular clothes irritating; and WorryWoos for children who have trouble processing emotions.
Appearing on Vinnie Politan’s new show, Itzy Ritzy CEO Kelly Douglas remarked, “Vinnie has a great energy and it was cool to share screen time with the lovely Jill Salzman of The Founding Moms. She offers a great resource for business women and aspiring entrepreneurs, so be sure to sign up for the informative newsletter.”
While many manufacturers generate waste, here is one that heads in the opposite direction, keeping zillions of pieces of paper out of our landfills. Notebagz transforms this detritus into edgy handbags, cosmetic cases and other accessories. The style alone is enough to recommend Notebagz, even if they didn’t make right-on-the-money bags of all kinds made entirely out of recycled publications, magazines and posters. American-made Notebagz lean on nostalgic icons and vintage books as well as images from television, movie and music artists. All bags feature snappy designs whether shoppers’ tastes run to music, magazine covers, peace signs, travel posters or other icons of times gone by.
Itzy Ritzy’s super-selling snack bags have become collectible. Stock these limited edition holiday fabrics and watch them fly off the shelves like witches on broomsticks! Perfect for classroom parties, Halloween Treats, school or day care, shoppers won’t want to miss these boo-tiful prints.
Don’t pass up our Baker’s Dozen Special!
Buy any twelve Halloween snack bags and get one free Itzy Ritzy Spider snack bag. Ready to ship, but limited quantities are available. Act fast before the vanish!