Three Sugars on Jan 15, 20225 out of 5 stars
Beautiful, high-quality vector files. Great communication with the seller! I received help and assistance the same day I emailed her regarding my downloads and I am ready to use!!
Stacey on Jan 13, 20221 out of 5 stars
Didn't communicate. Order never arrived.
Porshea on Oct 21, 20215 out of 5 stars
Stunning pins and great quality. Fantastic attention to detail
Kayla on Sep 30, 20211 out of 5 stars
Didn't receive. I ordered 2 pins but only received one.
Josephine on Apr 19, 20215 out of 5 stars
The enamel pin was super cute and the packaging for the pins was so nice. I have yet to take them off of the packaging 💕
Nicole on Mar 13, 20215 out of 5 stars
Pin was as described and beautiful
Danielle on Mar 8, 20215 out of 5 stars
So pretty and good quality !
Where the Black girls of our favorite cartoons unite together for a pretty and magical aesthetic
Y’all remember Saturday morning cartoons with our cereal? After school watching cartoons. Late at night watching cartoons. We LOVED our cartoons. Like these were our faves—the highlight of our childhoods and then remember getting that little bit of joy when you see the black girl in the show? Like “oh, cool—there’s the one that looks like me!”
Often, it was just unspoken, but it made us happy even if the little moment was brief and even when they weren’t quite the star of our beloved shows. Most times, the Black girls or Black characters weren’t the star of the show. That’s why we loved The Prouds and why Penny and Dijonay made us happy.
This is for us. This is for the Un-Stars. We all loved THEM, too. The Un-Stars of the 90s by Hey Shani Paper Co. is where the Black girls of our favorite cartoons unite together for a pretty and magical aesthetic.
By Shani Aisha : )
Founder and Creative at Three Sugars Creative. Brand designer, illustrator, mom and INFJ.
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