Looking for a holiday gift that will turn into a family heirloom, look no further and add the Cinnamon Annie Doll from Step Stitches to your list. Learn more about the history and the women behind this Georgia based brand and add it to your holiday gift list today! Click here to read more.
Today we’d like to introduce you to Stephanie Dean.Stephanie, please share your story with us. How did you get to where you are today?
I started selling Cinnamon Annie Dolls quite by accident. Click here to read more.
November 22, 2019
Essence.com: Prepare For The Holidays With These Black-Centric Adornments
It’s time to deck the halls with holiday trinkets that actually reflect you, your family and the holiday moments that are important to you... Click here to read more.
Ms. Stephanie, please share with my readers a little about yourself.
I’m a Georgia native, wife, and mom to 2 college students. I am a Sunday School teacher. I taught elementary school for 16 years and I am a licensed social worker. And I love to sew! Click here to read more.
November 5, 2018
Black News: Black Entrepreneur Launches Vintage Dolls with a Modern Twist!
Stephanie Dean, founder of StepStitches, is a kid at heart that creates keepsakes for a new generation...Click here to read more.
November 4, 2019
Shoppe Black: This Former Teacher Creates Black Dolls To Help Normalize Black Beauty
Stephanie Dean has always loved dolls. Growing up, her mother went to great lengths to find Black dolls for her. She felt it was important for Stephanie’s self-image to have a positive reflection of herself during playtime... Click here to read more.