Items tagged “Made in the U.S.A.”

Young artists usually have their first private showing on the famous gallery known as The Refrigerator, in homes across the country. However, second-grader Liv Larson’s parents loved their daughter’s creations so much, they transformed them into a collection of delightful greeting cards, Liv Notes! The overall response to Liv’s art was so positive, that the Larson family realized they were onto something special.

Preschooler’s brains develop and form synapses at a rate that astounds scientists and parents alike! Every brain literally contains more neurons than there are stars in the sky, and each neuron has the ability to form connections through learning. Preschoolers love to soak up an astonishing amount of information, so it is the perfect time to introduce them to the wonderful world of learning through the playful examination of books. The World Almanac for Kids Puzzler Deck: Trucks, Trains & More! from Chronicle Books is the perfect introduction to give children a jump-start on the learning road of life.

The Chicago Market: Living and Giving® is proud to announce that Jerry Greenfield, co-founder of Ben & Jerry’s Ice Cream will lead the keynote presentation at this year’s July Market, on Monday July 26.
  

Contact: The Chicago Market / (312) 527-7600
All Baby & Child, Inc. (ABC Kids Expo)
KIDShow - Specialty Trade Shows
Phillips Nizer LLP

It’s a bird, it’s a plane… it’s Hero Jones Designs! Leaps and bounds above the ordinary, Hero Jones Designs takes well-deserved pride in its super, hand-crafted, high-quality line of uniquely fun pieces that little girls and boys go ga-ga over! As the executive director of a Minneapolis theater, Amy Jones is the brains and brawn behind the Hero Jones Designs label. She’s proud to come from a large family of artists who help provide savvy creative inspiration for her extraordinary designs.

MMPI leads the way in providing more qualified Fair Trade resources to meet the ever growing demand from retailers looking for high end, quality handmade products from around the globe to help differentiate their business. The Fair Trade Federation will host a pavilion at The California Gift Show® and The Chicago Market: Living and Giving®, offering buyers a broad spectrum of quality products, created by artisans who know how to service buyer’s needs with price points, a variety of styles, superb quality and excellent customer service.

Contact: The Chicago Market / (312) 527-7600

MMPI leads the way in providing more qualified Fair Trade resources to meet the ever growing demand from retailers looking for high end, quality handmade products from around the globe to help differentiate their business. The Fair Trade Federation will host a pavilion at The California Gift Show® and The Chicago Market: Living and Giving®, offering buyers a broad spectrum of quality products, created by artisans who know how to service buyer’s needs with price points, a variety of styles, superb quality and excellent customer service.

Contact: LA Mart / (213) 763-5817
Michael Scott Studio
Nomie baby
J. Austin Ryan Designs

“You have a gifted imagination,” is a praise-worthy complement that young children used to hear a lot from teachers and parents. Before the current home computer, video gaming, and iPod revolution, generations of kids were inspired by dawn-to-dusk outdoor neighborhood adventures and creative play with blocks, models, “army” men, tea parties, crafts and board games. Enthusiastic about these “good ole’ days” of playtime powered by active imaginations, Lisa Pearce and Wendy Scarbrough, both kids at heart, opened their Gifted Imaginations store last year. The store is a kid’s dream playroom filled with traditional wooden toys, puzzles, games and more.

The Treehouse Showroom” ran into Grammy Award Winning R&B singer, Johnny Gill and his son Isaiah Gill shopping for cool clothes at “Premier Kids” on June 2, 2010. Johnny and his son were having a wonderful time picking out shirts, jeans and accessories. Little Isaiah Gill was just adorable, and Johnny a proud father, let Isaiah pick out whatever he wanted. Johnny told me that he likes the selection of suits for kids “Premier Kids” has to offer.

Contact: The Treehouse Showroom / (213) 688-8377
Media Inquiry: The Treehouse Showroom / (213) 688-8377

We are so thrilled that our dear friends at Earnshaw’s Magazine has featured No Slippy Hair Clippy’s Clipettes in their April/May 2010 issue!

Clipettes is our newest line of mini clips. They may be adorably small in size, but we definitely did not scrimp on quality for these babies! Each mini clip (1 3/4-inch) is fully lined in grosgrain, including the pinch area. This ensures that you still get our promise of a non-slip clip Shocked)

Plus, they come in lovely designs (I’m loving the leopard and zebra prints!) and retail at only $2.95.

Contact: No Slippy Hair Clippy, Inc. / (925) 846-8570
HALO® Innovations
Bows Arts
Teeny Tiny Optics

The Treehouse Showroom traveled to Las Vegas, Nevada this week and visits “Kids Kastle” at Caesars Palace.
“Kids Kastle” was booming with customers flowing in and out. Bags filled, and smiling customers excited about the purchases they’d made. The store was filled with tutus, accessories, and designer brands, great job buyers! The staff was extremely helpful and knowledgeable about the brands they carry, and the check out process was a breeze.

Bubbly children sporting bright, brilliant colors and dazzling fabrics are like rays of sunshine, generating energy and contagious, electrifying smiles. No one knows this chain reaction better than Brooklyn-based children’s apparel designer, Jenny Kim, who loves to mix and match colorful fabrics and prints in her fashion makeover of overalls for infants and toddlers. Her spirited Overall Baby crackles with snappy style and overall originality! Overall Baby has got it all goin’ on with bright colors and funky-fun fabrics, combined with the traditional comfort and long-lasting durability of dungarees.

The religious ceremonies of an infant christening, baptism, blessing, bris, or naming ceremony are traditional rites of spiritual initiation for baby, and shared celebrations for families. Baby’s white gown symbolizes purity, joy and new life, and is often treasured and saved as a family heirloom. In 1984, Little Thing Mean a Lot founder, Cindy Pack, recognized the importance of providing a touch of grace and beauty in the apparel that is an important part of a baby’s special religious occasions.

Login:

Username:
Password: