Tiffany Wu is a talented illustrator who specializes in hand drawn corgi cards and paper goods. I came across her Tiffbits store on Etsy and was immediately drawn to her work and sense of humor… it especially appealed to crazy corgi ladies like me. 🙂 Tiffany was gracious enough to tell us a bit more about her shop, corgi love, and what it’s like to be an entrepreneur and maker.
As many of you know, I am constantly scouring the universe for more corgi things to add to our shop. A fellow corgi lover sent me a link to Welsh Wear, and I really liked their adorable little corgi logo. Nicole (of WelshWear) and I started chatting and she invited us to join their Ambassador program.
Now we’re happy to announce that Lucy has become a WelshWear Ambassador!
Last weekend a few friends and I attended The PWCCGS (Pembroke Welsh Corgi Club of the Garden State) Funday Sunday Corgi meetup at Deer Path Park in Flemington, NJ. The day was filled with games, raffles, demos, and obviously, TONS OF CORGIS! There were about ninety-five corgis in attendance this year. Games and contests included Biggest Ears, Best Fluffy, and Longest Tail!
FTC: This is not a sponsored post.
June 25th was the first annual Corgi Nation Corgi Prom (yup, you heard it right), which took place on Facebook with over 1000 corgis and their pawrents. Corgi Prom was the genius idea by group admins Jillian Allinson, Baylie Bagby, and a few other corgi lovers.
Sturdi Products contacted Lucy and I about testing their latest version of their Sturdi Pet Carrier, designed specifically for long and stumpy corgi bodies.
For reference, Lucy is 25 lbs and on the petite side. She is smaller than most corgis we’ve met and her head/face is teeny so it makes her body look larger. But she is still stumpy and long!