Honestly Margo is a bath and beauty brand that’s “Inspired by Nature &amp;amp; You”. We’re a mother daughter team, representing today’s women, creating products that we personally use and love, to nurture our bodies, and elevate our feeling of amazingness. Our product lines range from bath and body to aromatherapy to beauty and even some gift items, too. Honestly Margo products are always cruelty free, made with natural and organic ingredients, and are all made in America. We create products that are fun to use, are wholesome for our bodies, and awaken your senses. Our approach is that beauty should be simple, fresh, and HONESTLY fun! Honestly Margo’s mission stands for a strong women sisterhood. We celebrate women's ability to be empowered, to have confidence in themselves, to dream big, take chances, and know that anything is possible. This is Honestly Margo
Jen and Co. is the trend-driven brand that bridges the gap between contemporary and classic styles, based out of Atlanta, GA. Jen and Co. features trendy, affordable, and soft monogrammable vegan leather handbags. Jen and Co. brings you stylish cruelty-free handbags in classic silhouettes and a variety of colors that suits all ages!
There was a time when self-defense meant masculine-looking products in boring packaging. Enter the Atteberry family, who realized that if pepper spray were designed with a girly aesthetic in mind, it would change not only the product category forever, but finally get girls excited about taking ownership of their safety.
Tech Candy is a collection of techcessories—from phone water bags to cord organization solutions, wireless speakers to webcam security curtains, LED purse lights to MFi cables— and a host of other gorgeous gadget goodies. Tech Candy is laser focused on women's needs with the goal of reinventing on-trend but otherwise uninspired tech solutions into beautiful, giftable products.
Founded in Nashville, Tennessee in the Spring of 2014, Tiramisu Paperie is a destination for those wanting a curated mix of paper goods that reflect their personal sense of humor. In 2012, I lost the two women who raised me–my mother and my grandmother– it took a huge blow to my heart. Cards poured in telling me how sorry people were and that “God didn’t give me what I couldn’t handle”. I was over it! I wanted someone to tell me “to hell with cancer”, “you should be pissed”, “punch someone” or even “yell at the mailman for no reason”. I needed a lift in my spirits and well I didn’t see any cards that did that, I just cried even more. I NEEDED A LIFT IN MY SPIRITS Because of this loss, I became humbled and realize time is precious and those you care about need honest, raw cards. Your friends and family love you because you are that way-direct, bold, funny, awkward and honest- so why not give them a card like that to lift their spirits? Make sense right. Tiramisu Paperie was developed for those raw moments and to lift those who are just having a crappy day. In Italian, Tiramisu means “a little pick me up” which is exactly what our brand is about. Whether it be a card, a pillow or even a pencil, someone will smile they receive one of our products and then tell you, that is exactly what they needed. A SENSE OF PURPOSE AND MORE Since starting this company I have decided to include my child in this journey by giving him a future for when I am gone. At three years old he was diagnosed as PDD-NOS, which means he is autism spectrum then at nine years old he was classified also as bipolar. Once this information was delivered to me I knew I had to think of his future more than from a normal point of view; who would be there for him as an adult, help him daily with simple things like his medicine and even tying his shoe. Tiramisu Paperie will allow him to gain a sense of purpose and financial freedom as an adult. There are not many options past high school for children like him and planning for this now will m
Trove puzzles are infused with all the qualities we know contribute to the most extraordinary puzzle experience. This culmination includes lovingly laser cutting each piece from real wood, designing just the right amount of difficulty to keep the process from being mindless, creating the size and piece count to make the effort mindful, and including whimsical Treasure Pieces in fascinating shapes. Puzzle artisans of the Victorian era crafted puzzles from wood and hand cut them with a jigsaw, making each a true labor of love. Just like Trove puzzles, putting one of these puzzles together was a markedly different experience?the pieces are dropped into place rather than being pressed into place like today?s mass-produced cardboard puzzles. The experience is unlike any other, providing a rewarding *click* with each placed piece.