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Wonder Woman Inspires a New Generation

We all wanted to be her when we grew up. Wonder Woman.

Young girls of the late 70s discovered her over a bowl of popcorn and their living room television screens. Each week, actress Lynda Carter turned the Wonder Woman comic strip into real, hour-long entertainment unlike anything on TV. Kids everywhere recreated favorite scenes. They circled lengths of clothesline into golden lassoes, pretended bikes were invisible airplanes, and took turns roleplaying Wonder Woman’s success at conquering evil.

In late-70s America, this was revolutionary. Most business owners, police officers, doctors, and...

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Lucy Inspired Me

hearing aid personalized

Last summer I asked a mom for permission for her daughter, Lucy, to model for Stacey M Design.  She was very excited and responded, “yes!” We discussed the details.   Then the mom sent me this note: “Probably won’t show, but she does have hearing aids.  Just an FYI.”  My response was: “No problem at all.  Even if they do show!”  That conversation stuck with me.  Lucy and her sparkly purple hearing aids inspired me.  Now when ordering my cards, luggage tags, journals and other products, in addition to having the option of adding...

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Grrr… The Kids Still Gotta Send Out Thank You Notes!

color-in fill-in-the-blank thank you thank you notecard

thank you note card
Yes, getting your kiddos to write thank you note cards can be a chore.  Stacey M Design makes it a  bit easier and a bit more fun.  We give you options!  For the littlest ones, our color-in, fill-in thank you note cards are a great option.  With crayons or colored pencils, these note cards become mini-art projects for your kids.  SCORE!

Our fill-in-the-blank note cards are perfect for kids who are able to write a few words, but not ready for writing long sentences....

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Got Glasses?

So do we!

Happy World Sight Day!

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Do You Want to Help Stomp Out Cancer?

On August 5th and 6th Stacey M Design hosted lemonade stand fundraisers to raise money for Alex’s Lemonade Stand Foundation (ALSF).  Founded in 2005, ALSF was inspired by Alexandra Scott a little girl who was diagnosed with neuroblastoma, a pediatric cancer, a few days before her first birthday.  In 2000 at the age of 4 Alex decided to hold a lemonade stand to raise money to help other children with cancer. With the help of her brother Alex raised $2000 at that first lemonade stand and donated the money to the hospital where she was receiving...

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