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Countdown to Christmas

Counting down to Christmas there is still a few days left to order your handmade personalized cape and accessories for the little one on your holiday list. Get your order in by December 17th to receive it by the 25th. 
Christmas Sack with capes
December 14, 2015 — Holly Hagen
Tags: News/PR

BabyStylista Empowers Her Preschooler with Creative Capes

“Believe it or not, Little Mama and I spend a lot of time playing – the old fashioned way. We dress up (of course!), we dress down, we do whatever we put our minds to, as we enter the amazing world of pretend.” - BabyStylista

Read the full blog post here-
http://www.babystylista.com/my-little-superhero-creative-capes-review-giveaway-usacan/

August 17, 2015 — Holly Hagen

Caped Crusaders Come to Richmond

"Calling all Super Heroes!  The 23rd Spring Market of The Bizarre Bazaar® is packed with fun spring and summer items for all of your Caped Crusaders - like these awesome capes from "Creative Capes".  Out of Maryland, this exhibitor brings their line of colorful monogrammed super-wear in all colors and sizes for the Super Hero in all of us." - Macaroni Kids

Read the full blog post-

http://richmond.macaronikid.com/article/928616/the-23rd-spring-market-of-the-bizarre-bazaar

Macaroni Kid blog post

March 13, 2015 — Holly Hagen

Unbelievable Crowds Come to Yarmouth Clam Festival

Many children who entered Hagen’s booth demonstrated what she said she hopes to achieve with her company. Wearing the capes, which come in various color patterns, children at the festival became excited, with many striking “superhero poses.” - Bangor Daily News

http://bangordailynews.com/2014/07/22/living/food/yarmouth-clam-festival-draws-estimated-crowd-of-130000-150000/

Yarmouth Clam Festival News Clipping

July 22, 2014 — Holly Hagen
Haddonfield Crafts and Fine Arts Festival

Haddonfield Crafts and Fine Arts Festival

Then there were newbies such as Maryland's Holly Hagen, who makes initialed "hero capes" - mostly for kids, but adults have gone for them as well. For this show, she brought 900 capes, plus hero masks, hero wrist cuffs, and hero belts.

The idea, she said, "is to teach kids they're special just the way they are."

Read the complete article at -
http://articles.philly.com/2014-07-15/news/51492183_1_arts-and-crafts-fine-arts-festival-wheaton-village

 

July 15, 2014 — Holly Hagen