A grandmother of two from Raleigh, North Carolina is dubbed the “world’s proudest grandma” after decorating her home with wallpaper, curtains, pillows and tablecloths … printed with photos of her grandchildren.
She even decorates herself this way, with more of the same pictures, printed on a matching outfit: “When I stand against the wall, my husband says that I just blend in and disappear.” This makes her the first grandma to go missing… in her own home.
She does all this with the help of Spoonflower (www.spoonflower.com), a nearby dotcom that lets customers design, print and sell their own fabric and wallpaper… even printed with pictures of their grandkids.
“When I stand against the wall, my husband says that I just blend in and disappear.”
– Carmen Baugh, the “world’s proudest grandma”
The story gets not just national coverage and social media buzz in the two key target markets of North America and the UK but also goes viral and global. It seems to strike a universal chord.
“It is a Sistine Chapel moment for grandmas everywhere – the nearest a grandma has ever come to matching the beauty and splendor of Michelangelo’s iconic ceiling.”
The Huffington Post
The Press Association
The Daily Mail/Mail Online
Woman’s Day, Female First + more
Radar Online [National Enquirer]
Wenn news agency
And coverage across the world, in
Japan, China, Russia, Greece, Latvia, Hungary, Slovenia, Turkey, Moldova and many more