Friday, December 9, 2011

Fun Holiday Accessories by Tarina Tarantino

Have you heard of the Sparkle Factory? Tarina Tarantino is the creator of a fun and quirky accessory line named Tarina Tarantino. Her accessory line collaborated with household names such as Hello Kitty, Queen Alice, and Barbie. Aside from Tarina's line being fun and innovative, all the accessories are made in the USA.

Monday, November 28, 2011

Plum Denim Cyber Monday Sale

Plum Denim is having a 4 day Cyber Sale! Take an additional 20% off all SALE items when you use code CYBER at checkout! Plum Demin offers the cutest clothes for kids from Ella Moss Girl to Harajuku Lovers Girls to Appaman for babies, girls, and boys.

Click here to Plum Denim's website.

Sunday, November 6, 2011

Make A Mark - Mood Board

This marks the 1st official post for Make A Mark. What is Make A Mark? Make A Mark is a movement which strives to educate tweens between the ages of 9-14 about body image, self-esteem, and help mothers build a positive relationship between their daughters. The tween years are a crucial time in a girls' life. There are many life changing moments from migrating out of the "Sponge Bob" years to "The Wonder Years" without anything in between. At Make A Mark we want to provide support for the in between years so girls can comfortably grow up.

We hope the blog will ignite inspiration for all our readers. The Make A Mark team will post everything from fashion and beauty tips to real life stories to the latest to greatest tween gadgets. If you are interested in partnering with us, please email at info{at}

Inspiration board for the Make A Mark logo was created by Christen Cutrona for TISELLE

Friday, September 18, 2009

Make A Mark

Make a Mark is a campaign which strives to educate tweens between the ages of 9-14 about body image and self-esteem and help mothers build positive relationships with their daughters.

We are a team of women who strive to instill positive values of self-worth in the girls of today, the women of tomorrow. We are dedicated to inspire all girls to believe in the power of just being yourself. It is important to take a positive approach to how we look and feel because we are in our bodies for life, but the media's mixed messages constantly causes us to question the perception of our own appearance, making it especially difficult for girls to make a smooth transition into adulthood. It wasn’t long ago that we were young girls dealing with the same insecurities, fears, and negative thinking.

Guided by the aspirations of our own experiences, we’re pursuing this movement with both eagerness and compassion because girls deserve nothing less. Make a Mark will educate girls how to build their self-confidence, and more importantly, how to become strong women. Girls come in all shapes, sizes different backgrounds, and upbringings. Our purpose is to bring them together in safe and fun environment in which they can begin the process of self-discovery.

A large part of the campaign focuses on the mother-daughter relationship. We place special focus on working with growing girls and their mothers, who we believe are the strongest role models and one of the many factors that can help inspire girls to build confidence. We encourage mothers to become aware of their influence as a role model and guide their daughters to develop the best potential for self-sufficiency.

We encourage girls to dream big and live large - to carve their own path to success, no matter where they came from and what they want to achieve.