In this shop you’ll find companies whose products I use in my own home. This page contains affiliate links. That means Girls That Create will be compensated if you purchase products by clicking on the following company links. Purchasing items through affiliate links helps keep the website’s lights on. Thank you for your support.
Bookroo Book Box (www.bookroo.com): Bookroo’s mission is to enable and empower parents to build their children’s book collections in an affordable and exciting way through curated monthly book deliveries. They believe in the power and impact of the written word in the life of a child, and believe it’s never too early to start reading to children! Book boxes are geared for ages 0-10.
Kid Made Modern Craft Box (kidmademodern.com): The Kid Made Modern Monthly Craft Club brings art class to your home! Designed in collaboration with art educator and process-art enthusiast, Meri Cherry, receive a new craft box each month with all the materials you need to complete your project. Surprise, delight, and inspire your children to explore their imagination through a new theme and crafting activity each month. Recommended for Ages 6+
CLEAN FIT Snack Box (www.CLEAN.FIT): CLEAN FIT delivers boxes filled with snacks that adhere to the idea “if you can’t pronounce it, you probably shouldn’t eat it.” Subscribers receive monthly hand-curated boxes with 6-8 items and boxes can be tailored for those with dietary needs such as Gluten-Free, Dairy-Free, Vegetarian and Vegan. You can subscribe month-to-month (cancel anytime, before the renewal date – the 30th of the month) or you can pre-pay for three, six, or twelve months at a time. Use the code GIRLSTHATCREATE for an exclusive $10 discount on your first order.
Tea Collection (TeaCollection.com): We have been big fans of Tea for several years. The company began with the dream to inspire global connection and curiosity for little citizens of the world. Tea believes that no matter where we live or what language we speak, there is so much we all have in common. Respect for all people in all cultures is a cornerstone of the company, whether they’re traveling the world in search of inspiration for our clothing collection or hiring a manufacturing partner to actually make the clothes in that collection.
Little Adventures (www.littleadventures.com): When your kids are little they wear costumes everywhere. Well at least mine did. That’s why I was thrilled to find the brand Little Adventures, because you can actually WASH their great costumes.
Cards, Stationary and Labels
Emily McDowell and Friends (www.emilymcdowell.com): Founded in January 2013 by writer and illustrator Emily McDowell, this company makes products that speak to the human condition with honesty, humor, and heart. Their cards are designed for the relationships we really have, and their mission is to help people connect when they’re not sure what to say.
Paper Culture (www.paperculture.com): Holiday cards, wedding invitations, baby announcements, photo books and gifts. By choosing Paper Culture, you are selecting products made with 100% recycled paper and other eco-friendly materials. The company then offsets 100 percent of the carbon footprint of production. Finally, Paper Culture plants a tree with every order.
Mabel’s Labels (www.mabelslabels.com) is the best-known brand of durable labels for families, and their growing line of products features baby bottle labels, allergy and medical alert products, sports labels, household labels and seasonal items. They’re extremely durable, they’re laundry, dishwasher and microwave safe – and they’re 100% guaranteed.
Crayola (www.crayola.com): The first box of Crayola crayons rolled off the assembly line in 1903. Since then, the Crayola brand has grown into a portfolio of innovative art tools, crafting activities, and creative toys that give kids the power to express all that inspires them as they explore, discover, play, pretend, and dream.
Today Glitter (www.todayglitter.com): Today Glitter is an innovative glitter that provides a shiny and sparkle effect without contaminating the environment. They replaced the plastic core found in regular glitters and substituted it with a eucalyptus cellulose core. Glitter is available for arts & crafts, plus makeup and other cosmetic needs.
Outschool (www.outschool.com): Outschool is the largest marketplace of live online classes for kids. They connect learners, parents and teachers to create interest-based, small-group learning experiences that take place over video chat. Today, Outschool offers a library of over 50,000 live online classes.
CreativeBug (www.creativebug.com): By signing up for Creativebug you’ll enjoy unlimited access to thousands of online art and craft classes. Watch their classes anytime, anywhere. Since the classes never expire, you can start and stop projects at your own pace. No pressure, just possibilities!
Canvas Prints and Artwork
Canvas HQ (www.canvashq.com) A family owned and operated company from the very beginning, CanvasHQ started with the grain of an idea; the idea was that ordering canvas prints should easier and quicker. The company works with hundreds of photographers and thousands individual clients all over the United States and Canada.
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