Has Peepsnake been on a hiatus?... Yes and No. We are still selling our much loved smartphone scarf, but now only on Amazon. Happily, QVC sold out of our fleece phone scarves, and Emerson Street Clothing Co. licensed our patent to place their own stadium-approved cell phone scarf emblazed with your favorite college logo. I … Continue reading Peepsnake goes on a Hike, Literally and Figuratively
We are excited to announce "The Smart Phone Scarf" is getting smarter! We're going to college!! Emerson Street Clothing Company has licensed our patented phone scarf and is putting your favorite college team's logo on it. We are thrilled to join forces with ESC because of their strong reputation for integrity, quality, factory compliance, flexibility and creative fashionable missy fit products. No … Continue reading Peepsnake goes to College… with a Licensing Deal!
As I write this, the northeast is getting pounded with snow. Here at Peepsnake, not so much; we are based down in the south in Atlanta, Georgia. I find out when inclement weather is about to strike up there when I receive a timely email, not from The Weather Channel, CNN or FOX, but from … Continue reading How I Got My Invention On QVC – Part 2
I got the opportunity to go LIVE on-air on QVC September 30th on the 7-9am Mornings Made Easy Show with Rachel Boesing and Dan Hughes. What an incredible experience! Peepsnake was voted as the winner of QVC Sprouts Program (week 71) by Peepsnake and QVC customers. How did this 'mompreneur' get this opportunity to even get up for a vote? I just pursued … Continue reading How I Got My Invention On QVC – Part 1
After 13 years as a stay-at-home mom, I successfully launched a SIMPLE IDEA into a NEW PRODUCT. The boxes are arriving from the manufacturer, the website is being launched, and the online shop is open for business in a few days. WooHoo! This is really exciting!!...The things I have learned...From learning to even turn on … Continue reading Peepsnake Has Arrived!
For 13 years now, I have been out of the ‘corporate’ working world. In fact, when I left my lead graphic designer job in January 1999, the Internet was just starting to ‘catch on.’ I had to learn about all things cyber in-between diaper changes. After 1, then 2, then 3 babies, I had gotten … Continue reading How to Think in a Straight Line