Meet our newest Muyu-preneur member Emily! She is only nine years old and from Long Island City, Queens. Emily loves DIY projects, arts and crafts. If she could live in the store Michaels, she would. Emily has sold many handmade items to family and friends, like personalized bookmarks and small notebooks. She is very excited to be apart of a bigger event such as Muyu Market. All her items have her unique personal touch and is very proud of the items she makes. Emily is a natural entrepreneur.
Muyu Market is excited to welcome back Katelynn a nine year old Muyu-preneur from Flushing, New York. Katelynn makes handmade painted wooden keychains. These keychains are a great way to use alone or to accessorize your bag.
Her accessories are affordably priced at $3.
Meet Oben & Louisa, siblings who really enjoy making and selling their unique creations.
Oben is selling Penguin Pins and Penguin lego sets. All are handmade and one of kind. Oben’s favorite animals are penguins and he knows you will love them too.
Louisa is selling hand made emoji jewelry. Louisa loves to craft and make things. Louisa is also a proud Girl Scout and has honed her selling skills through cookie sales
Oben and Louisa’s products cost between $4-$10. They will donate half of their sales profits to the Hurricane Harvey Relief and SeaLegacy.org . This is the third time they will join Muyu Market. Please be sure to shop at their table on Friday September 15, @ the Project Life Center.
Diego Gonzalez lives on the Upper West Side with a sister and two loving parents. He is enjoying the awesomeness of 5th grade in PS87. He has written the Battle of Revenge series and Crazy time Gordon. When time allows he codes video games using Unity.
His items range from $1 to $8.
Sofia is an 8 year old Muyu-Preneur. She has taken her time to make handmade necklaces and bracelets. She has come from Manhattan and is very excited to have her first Muyu experience.
Her jewelry prices range from $5 - $15
Ten year old Jessica is the Owner and founder of Birdhouse Productions. She's excited sell her stress balls called Bird Seed Bunches. After doing research she found that the use of stress balls can strengthen hand, wrist and fingers muscles. Kids like to squeeze her Bird Seed Bunches (BSB’s) to help them focus.