I am so stoked be be working with www.KateandLinny.com this week by offering my limited edition prints on their awesome site! Owners Kate and Linny (lindsay) are absolutely adorable mommas working hard just like me, you can read more about them below, and head over to their website to check out all the super awesome deals they are offering! They also have a super fun Instagram feed at KateandLinny, and don't forget to 'like' them on Facebook.
Kate and Linny is now an official sponsor of SaltWaterDiary, so you can cruise over to their page to check deals after every visit to our blog! See their sponsor button to the right, tadaa!!
Here is a screen shot of my deal on their page. :)
Kate and Linny offers limited-time sales on products perfect for your home and life. The items featured on the site are either made by, developed by or sold by moms, with a few exceptions thrown into the mix of products that are just too good for moms to miss out on! Founded by friends Katherine and Lindsay, who have more than 20 years of mothering experience combined, the site not only showcases products for moms by moms, it also highlights mompreneurs by featuring a rotating Mompreneur of the Weekand touches on all things motherhood onKate and Linny’s Blog.
Our logo is a take on the “Tabono”, the Ancient African symbol that represents strength, confidence and perseverance… all essential qualities of being a mom as well as a mompreneur!
"As moms and business owners, we are dedicated to donating money, time and effort to help address the health and social issues affecting children, mothers and families. We love the environmental movement of 1% for the Planet… so we’ve created our own movement that we like to call “1% for Children and Mothers” – and we hope that you, along with other companies, will join us in our movement!
This year, we will be donating to Every Mother Counts, an organization dedicated to ending preventable deaths caused by pregnancy and childbirth and improving the health and well-being of girls and women worldwide. We will also be donating to our local branch of School on Wheels, a non-profit that enhances educational opportunities for thousands of homeless children every year."