What does the gardener being on vacation and growing your grass have in common? You guessed it: Cervical Cancer. Well…ok maybe you didn’t guess it. Let me tell you why. I recently teamed up with two phenomenal women to launch the Bikini WAXATHON. Introducing Kim McMullen of Flipside Creative (one the city’s BEST creative designers) and Karen Engelage of Beauty Solutions (one of the city’s BEST beauty supply companies).
Karen wanted to increase awareness of cervical cancer – and kick it to the curb! So she has teamed up with some of Vancouver’s best waxers (thank you Cranberries Spa) to host JULYNA!
So, send the gardener on vacation, put down your razers, put a halt to waxing and GROW YOUR HAIR (DOWN THERE) to help support Cervical Cancer Research ladies (& MEN??).
Here’s how it works:
There are 5 fun and exciting new website launches coming to you shortly. However, I don’t want to reveal any secrets…so here are a few hints:
1) When it comes to sport and training, these guys know their stuff.
2) You are never too old to learn how to play an instrument.
3) What did Violet Beauregarde turn into in Charlie and the Chocolate Factory? Well, this new website has EVERYTHING in common with her outcome.
4) What do you get when you combine a doctor and natural healing?
5) Who do you go see if you want options for health and healing?
First of all, if you haven’t seen any of Liz’ art around, you should really check it out. She creates the most beautiful art for children. The very whimsical worlds make you feel like pulling a Mary Poppins, lay the art on the ground and jump right in. Art for little eyes is her tagline, being a mother herself she really has a profound ability to tap into the child’s imagination and recreate their wonderful visions into art for your home. This year, she is also launching her Cushions and the new ability to order customized canvas art pieces online. Now you can customize your canvas pieces with the child’s initials or name someone within the piece.
When Liz came to me, ultimately she was looking for someone to help her with Search Engine Optimization and just to convert her existing site into WordPress so that she would be able to manage her new products and site content on her own moving forward. After recreating her website, keeping the exact same look, she decided that she was ready to move to the next step, a face-lift.
Her brand is already well established, so we did not want to stray from that, but instead, we focused more on a really showcasing her products and emphasis that you can purchase her art online. We changed a few things up and introduced a few new features. For example, you can now choose to customize the Canvas pieces with initials or a child’s name, as well as adding the new categories, like Robots in Love, Butterflies, Cushions, etc… We needed to be sure that Liz can easily add new categories in the future as she grows and expands her product line.