Thanks to the mamas who posed for me a few weeks ago, I was able to create some items for a Zazzle store to help support the site. At this moment I have some shirts, a bag, mugs and a bumper sticker up. I will keep adding over the next few weeks so let me know what items you fancy and what sorts of things you might like to see written on them. Right now the shirts and bag say, “A mother’s body is always beautiful,” and the mugs say, “You are beautiful.”
Right now Zazzle has free shipping on orders over $50 until the end of the year. Holiday shopping, anyone?
Click here to go to the store!
8 thoughts on “Grand Opening: SOAM Zazzle!”
I already bought the bumper sticker before the shirts were up. I LOVE that you’ve created this store. I think I’ll have to get a shirt eventually too :) What are the proceeds going to with this site? Isn’t it free? I’m always spreading the word, and this makes it even easier.
No, the site is not free so the proceeds go to the site. :)
That’s awesome! I hope there are lots of sales!
What a great idea Bonnie! I really wish some women of color had shown up that day! Maybe next time. Congratulations nonetheless!
Me, too! But perhaps someday I’ll do it again. :)
I like the bag. I am on Zazzle, I will search it.
I tried to submit my comments but somehow they disappeared it seems. I had a baby 15 years ago. It was a magical experience. I am still grateful. I learned so much about myself from having a baby. I had always been thin. I had a history of anorexia. Having a baby made my body change so much. Only having a baby woulf allow me to really relax into gaining so much weight. I am so happy to see a site about learning to accept our bodies. As women, in our sociey we are so affected by the media nd the collective idea of western beauty, that which we consider perfect. Nature is so much more accepting her perfection encompasses many different shapes and body types. I work with a group of people who also believe we as a society need to change the way we view the body. We use photos,
Sorry my daughter submitted my comments for me by accident before I finished or corrected them woulf is would..sorry. (obviously she is not a baby anymore)
We use photos, drawings and tracings as a tool to help us learn to accept our bodies and our imperfections. I invite you to visit my site, drawmybody. We believe the way to peace is learning to accept ourselves and others exactly as we are, this is certainly a way to learning to love everything and that is akey to really living and not suviving. Thank you for posting this wonderful site..dedicate dto embracing ourselves as mothers with all that encompasses and sharing our dirty little secrets, which pushed out in the open…are really a part of life many of us live and they are the marks of a beautiful gift and experience, what is more remarkable than carrying and delivering a healthy person into a life of loving acceptance