by Eva St. Clair April 10, 2018
If you can dream it, you can be it.
That's the message behind the awesome new children's book, RAD Girl Revolution, now on Kickstarter!
RAD stands for Rise Above Doubt and Reach Any Dream. The book will feature 30 inspiring storybook-style photos of real little girls in fields typically under-represented by women, along with a rhyming verse describing each career.
by Eva St. Clair December 03, 2017
All this rebellion comes from pushing limits and learning the “why” of things. Parenting children through learning the reasons behind the rules can be emotionally, physically, and intellectually draining. But it can also be inspiring - because occasionally our little rebels discover rules that really do need to be broken.
by Eva St. Clair March 05, 2017
It’s the two-year anniversary of our Kickstarter finish, and we are so happy to be here, doing this work we love that our backers made possible - making awesome clothes for awesome girls. Here’s our quick update from the past year.
by Eva St. Clair February 20, 2017
by Eva St. Clair November 14, 2016
A guest post by Shannon Tennyson
As the mom of one tween and one young teen, I understand only too well the challenge of finding versatile, well-fitted clothing for young girls. To solve the problem that I (and many other parents) face on a daily basis, I created CALZICO – a fun and functional tween apparel line that encourages individuality, decision-making and personal style.
by Rebecca Melsky March 04, 2016
Little known fact: planning a successful crowdfunding campaign is like planning a wedding. It’s a huge amount of work beforehand, a lot of happiness and stress while it’s happening, and at its conclusion, you end up with a commitment and a responsibility to make good on promises you proclaimed publicly. Plus, if you’re like me, you’ll end up with a partner whom you start to call your “business wife.”
So if you want to plan a successful campaign, think about planning a terrific wedding. This analogy will help dispel some myths that can sink your campaign from day one.
by Rebecca Melsky November 23, 2015
Here is an abbreviated history of the Busy Dress:
Rebecca: What if we make a dress with a car and a road on it?
Eva: YES, and what if the car is on a string so the girl can drive it around on the dress and play with the dress?
Rebecca: YES, and we could do other vehicles, too! Like trains and airplanes!
by Eva St. Clair March 01, 2015
Over the next few weeks, while our Kickstarter is running, we'll be featuring guest posts and interviews with a variety of women around a variety of topics related to Princess Awesome.
Courtney Hartman has truly created an inspiring company in Jessy and Jack. Based in Seattle, Washington, Jessy and Jack is dedicated to making this world a better place for children. Their absolutely adorable designs breathe life into a child's wardrobe with vibrant colors and happy characters - like my kids' favorite, Emily and Ernie (moose and dog!). Jessy and Jack uses 100% cotton and water-based inks, affirming a commitment to caring for the environment our children will inherit. The company gives back by donating a basic t-shirt to charity each time they make a sale.