Tuesday, July 5, 2016

Elephant Protection Initiative

Fight For Elephants

Along with the July 1st release of The Legend of Tarzan, Warner Bros. Pictures, Village Roadshow Pictures and the filmmakers and stars of the film are teaming up with the following international Non Government Organizations (NGO): savetheelephants.org, wildlifeconservationsociety.org, www.tusk.orgwww.fauna-flora.org, and Stop Ivory, among others to tackle one of our world’s greatest conservation challenges – the fight to protect Africa’s rare forest elephant of Gabon and other threatened African elephants.

This is great news to have attention spotlighted on the Illegal ivory trade; however, it will take more than just one company, organization or country to make an impact. Joining forces and uniting to help the elephant crisis could save our beloved elephant. You can find more information @ www.stopivory.org.
The Democratic Republic of Congo once boasted nearly 400,000 forest elephants. Today, only 10,000 are left. Cameroon and the Republic of Congo have lost half their populations. Sierra Leone, Nigeria, Ghana and the Central African Republic have only a few survivors clinging to pockets of forest, as does the Ivory Coast – once named for its abundant herds. There is one stronghold left. Despite losing one third of its forest elephants, Gabon is still home to about 45,000 individuals – more than half of all that remain. The Gabon National Parks Agency made the Warner Bros. plate shoot possible through their unique access to these precious places. Now it is our turn to support them in their efforts to maintain the forest elephant family for future generations.

This is so important to Precious Few On Earth that we will make a monthly contribution toward www.stopivory.org which is supported by ElephantProtectionInitiative.org.
When you buy our animal tee shirt on www.etsy.com from www.preciousfewonearth.com a portion of your purchase will end up supporting these beautiful animals.

Every little bit counts...

Tuesday, April 26, 2016

Earth Day...Everyday!

Happy Earth Day!

I love this month and how conscience we are about teaching our children about recycling and reusing.
My tee shirt designs are made from recycled bottles and I do love how this eco feature makes a world of difference. Reusing is really key! I am trying to work this into many facets of my life.

I have a few new designs on the horizon that I am very excited about. They are Antarctic animals that National Geographic
Explorer will have on their shelves this season. We will be adding the gentoo penguin and Walrus to our collection of Antarctic animals like the Adelie penguin (Picture on the right), polar bear and  series of whales.
Keep up the good conscience thinking and please visit Preciousfewonearth again soon!


Wednesday, October 22, 2014

Precious Few On Earth at the Farmer's Market

October is when Precious Few On Earth starts getting very busy!
 I started the business at the local Farmer's Market where I met many of my regular customers who have been big supporters of my business. It makes me so happy to hear the collection of animal tees the kids have! I have seen children grow up wearing my special designed animal appliqued tees. I have enjoyed customers sharing stories at the Farmer's market, it has always kept me connected and feedback has helped my business grow.
Currently on the first and third Sunday of the month you can regularly find Precious Few On Earth at the Studio City Farmer's market and occasionally Hollywood and Santa Monica other weekends.
We returned this last month after a few years, to the Abbot Kinney Festival in Venice, which is held once a year and the best place to shop! One of my yearly favorites is the Manhatten Beach Hometown fair a two day event, which I do with my good friend and owner of Pebbles Clothing in Santa Monica, where you can find Precious Few On Earth tees.
If you go on the Precious Few On Earth 'Where to buy'  page on the website information is posted.
It's been a great beginning of Fall for us! Precious Few On Earth tee shirts are headed for Antartica on the Linbald Expedition cruise ship! National Geographic requested the Antartic Adelie Penguin and Orca designs! Stay tuned for that in my next Post...

Many Thanks!

Monday, September 22, 2014

The inspiration for Precious Few On Earth was born from my impressionable years as a young girl living in South Africa. I witnessed the grandeur of animals living in their natural habitat. The influence of those amazing years and my love and respect for nature, led me to create my tee shirt line Precious Few On Earth representing our most beloved creatures! 

My three-dimensional design  allow children to explore and learn about animals.
We are  fascinated and appreciate the beauty of nature, which is why we keep our designs  realistic. I make Precious Few On Earth tees in Los Angeles, which allow me to choose the most super soft material and and a shirt that will last many years!
The sustainable design is made from recycled plastic bottles helping to reduce the number of plastic bottles going into our landfills. Our goal is to grow consciously using ethically viable sources to provide children with quality and comfort.

Thursday, September 18, 2014

Precious Few On Earth at Las Vegas gift Show

Hi Everybody! Precious Few On Earth at the Las Vegas Souvenir show . Great show start... It's all about American made ! I met with some real great buyers stay tuned San Diego zoo, Smithsonian from Washington  D.C, Aquariums and Rain Forest Cafe! If your at the show come see us at booth#520


Friday, September 12, 2014

Precious Few On Earth children's clothing with a conscience. Representing your most beloved creature. My tee shirt and design are made locally in Los Angeles.

My tee shirt is three-demensional appliqued that allows children to explore and learn about animals. The special favorite is our African elephant with his cut out ear and trunk held up high. I chose the elephant as the focal point in my logo, representing all animals for my kids tee shirt line Precious Few On Earth
Simply the elephant is walking the earth freely and as we all imagine in harmony. 
Depending on who you are my logo can represent many different meanings and as children see it...the Elephant is happy!

Check out our elephant tee in three different colors tees and the other animals we feature.

Happiness to All!