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Introducing The Print Shop

Introducing The Print Shop

I’M SO EXCITED, THE PRINT SHOP IS NOW LIVE!!😁💕📷  Curious as to what The Print Shop is? No worries! I’ll fill you in about how you can online order & decorate your home with beautiful photos of your favorite landscapes. PLUS, for every order placed in September I’ll be donating $1 to my St. Baldrick’s Foundation fundraiser in support of Childhood Cancer Research!

I’ve been wanting to open up my online Print Shop for quite some time now and thought September would be the perfect month to launch because not only have I partnered with St. Baldrick’s Foundation to #BraveTheShave and SHAVE MY HEAD but September is Childhood Cancer Awareness Month! I chose $4,000 as my fundraising goal because this is the 4th time I’ve donated my hair 😁❤️💇🏻‍♀️ this time, 21″ to Wigs For Kids. Click HERE to read why I routinely cut my hair.

Click HERE to view the online Print Shop and choose your favorites to hang as decor in your home, office, or bedroom! There are TX Cactus themed prints, Beach themed prints, TX Flowers, and New York City themed prints so far in the collection.

Sharing a few sneak peeks down below⬇️  I’ll be adding photos each month to more collections🤗💕📷

CACTUS themed prints – order online

BEACH themed prints – order online

NYC themed prints – order online

FLOWER themed prints – order online

As I fundraise for St. Baldrick’s Foundation I’ll be documenting my journey through this buzzcut process predominantly via Blog Posts on my website and videos/photos on YouTube and Instagram.

To donate to Childhood Cancer Research please click HERE

See you my next post! ❤️ Emily

2020 | 28 yro | 21"

STAY TUNED FOR MORE PICTURES + VIDEOS DOCUMENTING MY JOURNEY:

  • Donating My Hair Part 3: emotions right before my buzzcut
  • Donating My Hair Part 4: buzzing off all my hair!
  • Donating My Hair Part 5: one month after my buzzcut
  • Donating My Hair Part 6: the requirements for donating your hair
  • Donating My Hair Part 7: update on St. Baldrick’s $4,000 Fundraising goal
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