Not too long ago, I knew nothing about running a t-shirt/hats and craft business. I had previous sales experience, but I wasn't sure if it helped. However, I gave it a shot. I wanted my t-shirt designs to be unique and send messages of love, kindness, compassion, empathy, inspiration, strength, and the importance of paying it forward and giving the world A little Bit Of Wonderful. We designed an act of kindness t-shirt monthly, with children's input, because I believe that a child's life is like a piece of paper on which every person leaves a mark. We brought the t-shirts into several elementary schools. The children choose which act of kindness they wanted to do, with parent supervision, with hopes that in some way it would reach the adults, and they too would get the message that paying it forward and acts of kindness can change one's outlook for the day or even become contagious so that they also may want to Pay It Forward.
The t-shirts and backpacks were a hit; the schools began to order the t-shirts. I used my graphic skills and those of the children. After several meetings, we agreed that A Little Bit Of Wonderful Custom Designs should incorporate the Pay It Forward line. We will put the Quotes on t-shirts/hats, headbands, drawstring backpacks, shoulder canvas bags, mugs, and more.
Imagine yourself walking down the street, and someone is wearing a t-shirt asking you to smile because you, too, are beautiful. Ask yourself, would you smile? I am pretty sure you would, Giving yourself A Little Bit Of Wonderful.
I put my first designs out, and they were a hit. The Albert Einstein Nerpharlogy Department hired me to design their annual Kidney walk t-shirts. I was hired by a non-for-profit to create t-shirts/hats and over the shoulder bags for a charity run. We have designed apparel for Kidney Runs/Walks, Cancer events, Marathon runners, CrossFit teams, Veterans, support groups, aprons, and hats for The Lil Chefs, t-shirts for children's parties, party favors, keepsakes for weddings and, gifts for staff.
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We live in our shirts, we spend time with them, we get to know them -- and they feel like an old friend that's been there through thick and thin, and still has your back.