Introducing: Tiny Kingdom

Hello! I am so excited to introduce you all to my senior project. I’ve have been working on this for the past two months and it has been crazy. For this project, I wanted to find something that would be fun, incorporate the skills I have gained as a comm major and create something that could benefit other people’s lives. That is where I got the idea for Tiny Kingdom.

Tiny Kingdom is made up of hand crafted baby and toddler notions. From blankets, to bandanna bibs and bows to beanies, I pretty much construct anything that catches my eye! I have become addicted to picking out different fabrics and trying new products. Nate loves coming with me and looking at different fabrics for hours. Just kidding, but he is a great sport.

The other side of this little business is the part where I want to help other people. As some of you know, I was diagnosed with Type 1 Diabetes when I was five. I know how hard it is to try and be a kid when you have this disease breathing down your neck. I have been very active in the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation community ever since I was diagnosed. JDRF works to help create a world without T1D, which is why I am going to donate 15% of all profits to help them in my own little way. I hope to help other kids go through the same things that I had to!

Today I wanted to give you a sneak preview of what my shop has to offer, before it officially opens next month. The sneak preview pictures are kind of a work in progress, so bear with me.

I have A LOT more in store (including blankets!). To catch a glimpse at my other products and enter some sweet giveaways, make sure to follow us on Instagram: tinykingdomsewingco.

Thank you for stopping by!

Much love,



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