Officially Licensed to Sell Greek Merch!

Officially Licensed to Sell Greek Merch!

As we step into 2024, I am overflowing with excitement for the possibilities it holds for both our business and cherished customers. We have an array of amazing plans in the pipeline, and I can't wait to unfold them throughout the year.

Today marks a significant milestone as we unveil our Shopify shop, a culmination of dedication and hard work. While the virtual shelves might still be getting their final touches, the store is live and ready for you to explore. Bear with us as we dust off a few backend elements and add the finishing touches, but in the meantime, feel free to start shopping!


Now, for the big announcement! In 1993, I embarked on a memorable journey by pledging Kappa Kappa Gamma at Georgia Southern University. The sorority became my anchor through life's highs and lows, providing solace during the challenging times of losing my father and sister.

Choosing to pledge Kappa wasn't just a decision; it was a choice made after observing the vibrant sorority life during my time at school. With a Kappa roommate, attending events, and waiting for the perfect moment, I eventually pledged during a Spring party. Looking back, it was one of the best decisions I ever made, adding a touch of joy and camaraderie to my college experience. 

After leaving Georgia Southern University in 1995 to move to Missouri, I missed the close connection to Kappa as I attended a different school without a chapter. However, my dedication to the sisterhood persisted. Post-graduation, I took on the role of an advisor, a journey that has led me to four different schools, with my current advisory roles at ISU and SUNY Binghamton. Despite the challenges, guiding these young women in their sorority journey, witnessing their achievements, and contributing to philanthropy brings immense joy.

Now, why share all this? Well, over the years, I've been fortunate to contribute my art and design to Kappa Kappa Gamma. Gratitude goes to my sister, Kristin, who consistently sought me for project contributions to The Key Magazine, Covid coloring pages, and even the Convention newsletter. As art and design form the core of my profession, the past month has seen me tirelessly working towards expanding my contributions.

I'm thrilled to announce that I'm officially licensed to create merchandise not only for Kappa but also for numerous other sororities. It's a journey of passion, creativity, and sisterhood that I'm excited to embark on.

Becoming an officially licensed company was no small feat. Over the past month, I've worked diligently on this endeavor, gaining licenses with 12 sororities and awaiting approvals for 10 more. The process involves submitting over 20 designs for each organization, a labor of love that brings me immense joy. From earrings and keychains to tumbler toppers and signs, I am eager to turn my creative visions into tangible products. If you don't spot your organization yet, don't worry – it's likely in the pipeline. Reach out, and I'll be happy to provide updates.


This is just the beginning of an exciting journey. Stay tuned for more announcements and developments throughout the year. To those who have supported Aspen & Lark, whether through a share, a like, or a follow, thank you. Join us on social media at Facebook, Instagram, and TikTok (@aspenandlark), where I promise to be more active and keep you updated on all the fantastic things unfolding. Here's to a year of creativity, growth, and shared moments! 

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