We’re super excited and not just because spring is in the air.
In case you don’t know, March is Women’s History Month and March 8th is International Women’s Day, so we thought it was the perfect time to kick off our “Women We Love” initiative.
Our CEO Winnie Park said it best, “As a company with a history of empowering women, it is time to celebrate our fellow innovators both nationally and internationally, bringing awareness to the importance of equality in our society. We are excited to provide our customers an opportunity to support the Women’s Empowerment movement in a special and unique way.”
We’ve carefully curated an assortment of women-empowerment products from women-owned, led, and supported brands like Rifle Paper Co., Seltzer Goods, Ban.Do, Snow and Graham, Good Paper, S’well, and Packed Party.
We’re also proud to say our own design team here at Paper Source is all women. They’re responsible for creating all the original illustrations, iconography and hand-lettering seen across all of our exclusive products. They’re also the creative team behind our exclusive paper craft kits. They plan out all the die cuts, folds and techniques required to turn a simple piece of paper into a flower, wreath or cute little creature. Each of our designers brings their own unique vision to our design and products, hopefully inspiring you to do something creative every day.
And speaking of creative, we’ll have special “Women We Love” DIY activities in stores all throughout Spring, like our Empowerment Banner Mini Workshop which will be available for customers now through March 11th. On March 8th, both men and women alike can attend an open craft event to create women-themed posters and stickers in support of International Women’s Day on March 8th.
Equality and empowerment have always been an important ethos at Paper Source, starting with our founder Sue Lindstrom, so it is natural for our brand to support and to celebrate the continued journey for gender equality.
We hope you’ll join us in celebrating the special women that make up the fabric of our lives. #pscelebrateswomen