Portland, OR (PRWEB) July 31, 2006
Monsters are anything but scary at up-and-coming kid friendly Dishy Duds (http://www.dishyduds.com). Springboarding off of one of their most popular items, the “Monster Tee,” Dishy Duds has introduced an exciting new feature to their website that allows kids (and kids at heart!) to design their very own custom -- designed, monster-emblazoned t-shirts.
From Dishy Duds’ website, monster fans near and far may use their computer’s mouse to drag and drop individual monster eyebrows, eyes, mouths and teeth into their very own, unique custom t-shirt designs. Dishy Duds then takes the original artwork and translates it into a one-of-a-kind t-shirt that artistic kiddos can show off all over the playground.
“Our Make Your Own Monster program is really about involving kids in creative and artistic endeavors,” said Dishy Duds’ Owner and Designer Jennifer McMullen. “As kids are able to take part in the creative process and see their own designs come to life, I’m hopeful this will inspire them to continue creating things everyday,” McMullen continued.
In addition to the adorable Monster Tees, Dishy Duds offers a number of other beautifully designed, handmade hats, baby blankets, clothing for boys and girls and even chic bags and totes for mom.
Dishy Duds also works tirelessly to help spread the word about Darfur, Sudan. Currently, Dishy Duds donates ten percent of their profits to Mercy Corps for the Darfur Crisis, which provides humanitarian aid for the refugees of the genocide atrocities currently taking place there.
Each Dishy Duds tee is made with 100% cotton sweatshop-free American Apparel t-shirts and unique details and vintage fabrics are often incorporated into their designs. Prices in the Dishy Duds collection range from $13 to $75 and all items may be purchased online at http://www.dishyduds.com.
About Dishy Duds
Headquartered in Portland, OR, Dishy Duds offers a whimsical line of clothing and accessories for kids and moms. Launched by super mom Jennifer McMullen, inspiration often comes from her own family, especially her two young boys. In addition to its charitable pursuits, Dishy Duds ensures that all of their business practices are undertaken in the most environmentally friendly way possible. For more information, please visit http://www.dishyduds.com
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