Category: Client News

Houzz Carries Our Client’s Products Online

Love working with Houzz to place our Clients! Houzz has become the biggest residential remodeling community online and has grown to over 40 million monthly unique users and over 1 million active home professionals globally. Houzz has focused on the needs of homeowners and home professionals.
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Loved Our Time with Gilt Buyers!

Enjoyed our time with our buyers at Gilt in NYC! On January 7, 2016, Gilt Groupe announced its acquisition by Hudson’s Bay Company, owner of luxury department store chains Hudson’s Bay, Lord & Taylor and Saks Fifth Avenue for $250 million.

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Laceez No Tie Shoelace on Kickstarter


Check out our Client Laceez on Kickstarter to learn more about these fun and simple no tie shoelaces. With Laceez, your child’s sneaker instantly becomes a slip-on they will love. Simply put the laces through the bottom of the shoelace holes as if you are lacing a regular shoe with a typical shoelace, then when you get to the last two holes (eyelets) on the left and right side of your shoe, the metal T-ends secure inside or outside. The elastic lace is designed to give shoes a comfy fit while eliminating the need for tying and untying shoes.

Shoelaces can be inconvenient for kids, elderly, those with disabilities, or people who just like slipping on their shoes and going… so really all of us! Laceez no-tie elastic shoelaces provide that slip-on convenience. Find out how you can support Laceez and learn about their upcoming line for adults on their Kickstarter page!

Client Spotlight: Children Inspire Design


Children Inspire Design is an art based product line of modern, eco-friendly and culturally diverse wall art, wall cards, maps and posters for children, full of whimsy, and designed to help children learn compassion for our earth and all who inhabit it.

Children Inspire Design is offering a FREE DIY Global Family project to encourage and enable parents to use compassion to talk their children about the refugee crisis. The DIY printable, which includes a world map + cut out images, is a tool to help parents to start talking to children about families around the world, so that they can process the facts and perhaps find a common connection to refugee families.

Check it out at the Children Inspire Design Blog!

ChicExecs and Clients take part in Generation Rescue’s A Night of Hope event


We were honored to be a part of Generation Rescue’s A Night of Hope event supporting families affected by autism. The event, hosted by Jenny McCarthy and Donnie Wahlberg, raised close to $250,000 for Generation Rescue.

Our Clients Play Again Now and Snug Vest were sponsors of the event, while our Clients VooChic, U-Lace, Ruggable, Chalk Ink, Mother Trucker & Co., Beth Quinn Designs, and Pevonia provided exclusive gifts.

Generation Rescue is the leading national non-profit organization providing hope, support, and immediate treatment assistance to families affected by autism. To learn more or support the cause, visit!

Elephants on the Wall #Gamechangers

At ChicExecs, we are very thankful to partner with talented and passionate entrepreneurs! We look forward to traveling alongside of them to “change the game” and make a difference in 2015! Each week we will introduce you to a game changing client and share a bit about their brand’s story: how they got started, what inspires them, and how they make a difference.

Today we’d like to introduce you to our first Game Changer of the Week, our Client, Elephants on the Wall.

Elephants on the Wall provides paint-by-number wall murals that you simply tape, trace and paint. It is a do-it-yourself project to be proud of.

elephantsonthewallmuralSouthern California award-winning designer and creator of Elephants on the Wall, Patti Newton, is more than an entrepreneur. She is the keeper of whimsy and delight for children’s wall murals. Since 2005, Patti’s murals have given youngsters something to dream about when they shut their bedroom doors and watch their personal space come alive. As a former designer for Walt Disney Imagineering, she designed themed signage and graphics, seen all around the world.

How did her idea come about? During a visit with her twin grandchildren in Hawaii, she was asked to work on an unfinished paint-by-number wall mural in the children’s room. Once she started painting the mural, she began modifying the characters more and more for more accuracy and cuteness. After she finished her masterpiece with much improved characters, her son, Scott, asked, “Why don’t you do this?” It didn’t take long for Patti to realize there was a need for her skills and that she was good at envisioning what parents and children really want in a wall mural. So, six months later, Elephants on the Wall was born.


Patti loves the difference that her work allows her to make in the loves of others.

“I love designing. That is definitely my happy place, but I also want to make a difference in the world too. When I came across the idea of designing Paint-by-Number wall murals – I was in heaven! The medium fit my design style perfectly. I knew I had to do it. But even after designing, producing and selling tons of murals, with lots of very happy customers, I just wasn’t sure I was making a big enough difference. Then I came across this quote: “I alone cannot change the world, but I can cast a stone across the waters to create many ripples.” – Mother Teresa

Now I know I have been making a BIG difference all along and all around the world! And I am reminded of it every time a customer sends in a testimonial telling us how their little one now likes going to bed because he loves his room so much, or how he loves to talk to the animals and has given names to them. Or when a customer is SO happy because they aren’t artistic, but they did such a great job on the mural that their friends think she had a professional paint the mural!”

Eager to bring some joy and happiness to the lives of children, Elephants On The Wall has donated paint-by-number wall murals to Arcadia Methodist Hospital’s Pediatric Unit, LA County USC Medical Center, Five Acres: a child and family services agency, and to an orphanage in Haiti.

Find out more about Patti and Elephants on the Wall  at

Be sure to check back next week for another #gamechanger.