I love many, many things about the internet. But one thing I love the most is the creativity that I see. Everyday. Think about how many people, individuals, small business owners, brands and products out there are getting more exposure because of the internet.
I love that we have Etsy, a place to buy and sell handmade or vintage items. I love that we have Amazon, where I mainly buy books and diapers but you can certainly buy a ton of other stuff there. We have the world at our fingertips.
And – I’ve said this before, many times– I love that there are companies and brands out there that stand for something. That give back. Because that is what it’s all about.
Fresh Words Market is a line of modern art for the spaces where adults and children meet. But Fresh Words Market is more than just an art collection, it’s a movement. For every print sold, Fresh Words Market donates 10% of its proceeds to women and children focused initiatives around the world. They believe that great art coupled with the passion to help those in need will indeed help to change the world.
Not only does this company stand for something, but their prints are beautiful! If you are looking for something fresh, clean and inspiring to decorate your walls, look no further. You must check out Fresh Words Market.
Because we could all use some inspiration in our lives, right?
And Fresh Words Market has a sister company, Children Inspire Design. “Children Inspire Design is a product line of modern, eco-friendly and culturally diverse wall art, wall cards and posters, full of whimsy, and designed to help children learn compassion for our earth and all who inhabit it. Artist, mother and social entrepreneur, Rebecca Peragine, has combined her passion for global design with her desire to inspire children to celebrate eco-consciousness and the beauty of different world cultures.
Environmental education is at the heart of each design. Rebecca believes in embracing every opportunity to recycle and reuse. Children Inspire Design creates art that teaches languages, cultures, and ways to care for our Earth. Each piece incorporates repurposed paper materials, eco-friendly inks, and biodegradable packaging. Rebecca firmly believes that if we teach the importance of global responsibility at a young age, carrying that responsibility into the future will be second nature for our children.”
Inspire children. Change the world.
The good people at Children Inspire Design sent me this lovely Compassion Map. “2 billion people around the world lack access to the essential nutrients they need to lead healthy lives. It’s proven that good nutrition during the 1,000-day period from pregnancy to a child’s second year of life puts children on the right track to grow up healthier, happier and smarter. Artist, Mother and social entrepreneur, Rebecca Peragine understands the importance of good nutrition. That’s why she’s partnered with Future Fortified to help millions of women and children around the world gain access to the essential nutrients they need to lead healthy and enriched lives.
For a limited time, you can purchase a signed, limited edition Compassion for the earth poster and 100% of proceeds will be donated to Future Fortified. Each print gives a month’s worth of nutrients to 20 children in Bangladesh.”
Now, isn’t that inspiring? I think it’s truly inspiring and I’m so happy that companies and brands like these exist. Gives me hope!
Now, they have more than just prints. Children Inspire Design has wall cards, journals and room collections. So, again, if you are looking for something simple, beautiful and inspiring to put up in your child’s room or play area, you need to check out this site.
Thank you for reading and I hope you find some inspiration today!!
Paula @ Vintage Kitchen Notes says
I love the fonts of the prints Alice. And that map is so so pretty. Diapers at amazon? I didn´t even know they sold that, jaja!
aren’t their posters and prints lovely? I really love them all! and yes! Amazon has a thing called Amazon Moms or something like that. . they send you diapers as frequently as you need them! talk about service! 😛