Discover our first Offshoot project shooting with Remi Fargier who is wearing his favorite piece, the Kill That Line hoody. Want to be part of the history and be shooted with your favorite from Ghanzi Brand? Your comment was posted successfully! Thank you!
I'm so excited to share the makeover we tackled this weekend with removable wallpaper from Rocky Mountain Decals! Do you remember the mini-makeover we gave our daughters' room before Christmas? Here was the mood board I put together for inspiration. We sold the toddler beds from IKEA and decided to incorporate my antique bed from college. My 3 year old had recently added her own "creative art" with ink pen to one wall, but this gave me the idea to do a fun accent wall with wallpaper vs. I selected the vintage brick removable wallpaper from Rocky Mountain Decals. To shop, click the link below.
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Beginning as a recreational game, Spikeball has grown into a national movement with tournaments, intramural college teams and even National Championships. To describe the mixture of sports that are combined to create the unique game, spikeball. Played in doubles, the setup of the game is actually very comparable to volleyball. There is a circular net that resembles a small trampoline, which essentially acts the same as a volleyball net, but faces up instead of strewn across a court. Players get three hits, like in volleyball, to hit a small ball onto the net to the other team, allowing only one bounce on the net. Essentially, when a player hits the ball at the net to bounce to the other team it is the same as when the ball crosses the net in a volleyball game. Avid player and member of the National Championship Spikeball team, Shaun Boyer, said while the sport is similar to volleyball, Spikeball has more opportunities for players to hone their skills and prove themselves on a national level For the full article click here.
April 10, Comments. I'm Beau, and I am the owner, designer, operator, salesperson, janitor, folder, quality controller, web builder, and delivery driver for Tee See Tee. This is not easy for me. I am not "shy" by today's standards, but I am not an extrovert either. So to make a decision to be out there in front of the masses, selling, schmoozing, talking about our process and products, I am getting nervous just thinking about it! But it needs to happen. I realized earlier this year that the last couple years we spent so much energy on designing, printing, and delivering tens of thousands of t-shirts to our retail partners all over Michigan, that we stopped doing things like street fairs, music festivals, and trunk shows. In our first year of business, Tee See Tee did about 30 different shows during the summer. In our 3rd and 4th