I love to highlight positive women, especially moms and share their stories with you. Today, I’m happy to introduce you to Rebecca Peragine, a mom of two boys, a wife and an entrepreneur. She’s the creator behind Children Inspire Design and the Fresh Words Market. An artist who creates meaningful and inspiring messages that will inspire children and adults. I believe her designs to be beautiful words that will inspire your family and brighten up your home. Her fresh words art grew out of an experience she had with her son Giovanni. In a new home he was afraid to sleep in his room, so mommy Rebecca created a “protector dinosaur” for him. The rest they say is history.
Children Inspire Design is a children’s product line of modern, eco-friendly and culturally diverse art. Rebecca creates wall art, wall cards and posters, full of whimsy, and designed to help children learn compassion for our earth and all who inhabit it. Rebecca firmly believes that if we teach the importance of global responsibility at a young age, carrying that responsibility into the future will be second nature for our children. The Fresh Words Market is a line of modern art for the spaces where adults and children meet. You can view Rebecca’s art and all of her pieces at Children Inspire Design and Fresh Words Market.
After being introduced to Rebecca’s work back in November, at the Momtrends Nursery event, Rebecca sent me a print of my own, which I adore. I received the “Choose Happiness” print, which I now keep in my bathroom. The reason I chose to hang it in the bathroom is because that’s a place where everyone, guest and family, has to go and it’s just an everyday reminder we all need. It definitely inspires me. I’m all about being inspired. I framed my print with a blue frame (pics below). The best part is that Rebecca gave me an extra print to give away to one lucky So family Blog reader (details below). Do you like inspirational words/prints? Do you hang inspiration around your home? How do you motivate and inspire your children?
Disclaimer: The views expressed are that of Monica J. I was not compensated to write this review. I did recieve a print as a gift.
Here are a few of my favorite prints from the Children Inspire Design collection.
Here’s the “Choose Happiness” print, which I framed with a blue frame. In a few months I’ll probably change the frame to white. I like to change it up. There are so many colors in the print that I can bring out in the frame. Love this print!