When Nick said it was my turn for the blog I asked myself what does No Rulz means to me? So so so many words came to mind that I could barely type fast enough. I went back to prioritize my list but not one phrase was more important than another.
What No Rulz means to me:
Family and friends
Surrounded by Innocence and honesty
Playing with art
Believing that every individual has a gift to give/share!
Everyone can contribute something!
Be the change you wish to see in the world – Mahatma Gandhi
Phenomenal work ethic
No Rulz means EVERYTHING to me ❤️
my name is Leesa Leimsieder I like doing tye dye with my friends. we have a great time doing it together. I have a great time selling socks and other tye dye items. I like to selling tie dye socks it is fun get me up I like go to movies with my friends I Volunteer at MONTEFIORE I like to help out on Tuesdays. I like to color with gel pens, it is fun I don’t like to sat on my butt and watch t.v and I love to shopping for movies, music, and art stuff. No Rulz helps me be active independent and be with my friends It is something to look forward to. I am the best sales person!!!
Kelly, one of our artist, also works with her family creating beautiful Irish ceramics. She and her family will be selling No Rulz socks and headbands at their ceramic booth, Irish and Such.
The 36th All Irish Boutique: Saturday, March 3, 2018 10AM-6PM and Sunday March 4, 2018 11AM-4PM
Rocky River Memorial Hall, 21016 Hilliard Blvd.
That’s right. No Rulz will be in Columbus, Ohio this coming weekend at the Columbus Spring Avant-Garde Art & Craft Show. We will be at the Makoy Event Center, 5462 Center St., Hilliard, OH 43026, Saturday, March 3, 2018 from 10AM to 4PM.
We will be selling all of our products including socks, headbands, baby clothes, accessories and our new ties and leggings. Of course we will have plenty of green for St Patty’s Day and Scarlet and Grey. Go Bucks!!!
No Rulz is now available at Heidi’s This N That. Heidi is featuring our one-of-a-kind socks, headbands, totes, sling purses, and our new silk neck ties and leggings. Come check out this very cool store at 5860 Mayfield Road in Mayfield Heights.
Meghan Drops, 29 years old.
No Rulz mean to be my friends and sell socks in different craft show to get out the house and be creative to be an artist. No Rulz make me happy, perfect, and excited. I like Tie dye because make different colors is pink and purple and also make some money and get out to be social and also talk with my friends when doing selling our socks in craft show. I want to make money to go shopping buy clothes and food for me and my family. I am a vegan. I eat plant based. I in a program SIL Leadership. Program to become a board member in people first.
My name is Brittany Weiss am 28 years old. No Rulz Art means we need to work together and be positive have good teamwork and be part of the group show respectful to other friends do not call names. I like using pink and rainbows while tie dying. I love spending time with all of my friends. I want to earn money for working really hard to buys stuff and save for my new house. Annie helps us a lot and is always here to help us. She is like the greatest person ever. A lot of us have different disabilities. When I go other places I don’t feel trusted but here I feel fine. it is so much fun think about to be strong inside for yourself nobody else.
We have added one more craft show to close out the year. This will be the last chance to see us and get our products at a craft show until 2018!!!
Saturday December 16th 10am-5pm
Sunday December 17th 11am-5pm
Admission is $3 to the public, children under 12 are free. A portion of proceeds will benefit the local non-profit, Northeast Ohio Make-a-Wish Foundation.
We are getting setup for the Mayfield Village Mistletoe Market tomorrow, Saturday Dec. 2nd 9am-4pm, at the Mayfield Village Civic Center, 6622 Wilson Mills Rd.
We will have our assorted socks, headbands, baby clothes, accessories, and our new neck ties and leggings. Perfect for holiday gifts for the whole family.
Hope to see you there, but remember we will also be at Orange High School on Sunday