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No Kickstarter. No Investors. No Debt. Reflections on our First Year.One year! Holy macaroni, the last twelve months since launching Picture This Clothing have flown by faster than any time-chunks I can recall in my entire lifetime. This post is a pretty expansive recap of our first year learnings, challenges and triumphs.
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Picture This: Wearable Children's Art!Jaimee Newberry co-founded Picture This, a company that turns children's drawings into wearable art! Visit http://harrytv.com for showtimes. Follow Harry on social: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/harryconnickjr Twitter: https://twitter.com/harryconnickjr Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/harryconnickjr
This company turns kids' drawings into real-life dressesYour kids don't have to grow up to become fashion designers - they can start right away. A new company called Picture This Clothing turns handmade illustrations into dresses. You just need to download the template for the dress size you want, draw whatever you want on it, upload the illustration, and get a real dress in the mail in less than three weeks.
This Awesome New Clothing Line Lets Kids Design Their Own ClothesIf there's one thing I've learned as a mom, it's that kids love to see their creativity in action. Nothing makes my daughter happier than wearing the bead bracelet she painstakingly strung together, or seeing me hang up one of her art projects in our kitchen.
Awesome New Company Lets Kids 'Wear Their Imaginations'Watch out, fashion world. This new company is giving kids the chance to design their own clothes, and the results are super stylin'. Mom and entrepreneur Jaimee Newberry founded "Picture This" ― a new service that allows kids to turn their drawings into dresses.
Picture This Clothing turns your kid's crayon art into a sweet dressIt's a magical world we live in, people. Where once our brilliant crayon drawings were condemned to live forever two-dimensionally on a piece of dog-eared construction paper, now they can be given the life they deserve - either as an endearingly grotesque plush doll or, with this new service, an awesome dress.