Thanks for visiting the Doodle Bugs Paper website- and for
clicking over "here" to know more about me.
So, what's there to say...my name is Kacey.
And here is
the rest of the story:
I started Doodle
Bugs Paper in January 2003.
Why? I love paper!
And, I really love
I started Doodle Bugs being a dealer for five major
Quickly, I started designing and printing myself and
turned the main focus of the business to my own line of stationery.
sales were by word of mouth.
I also started selling on ebay- and was amazed
at how quickly my business grew.
The next logical step was a full
functioning website. The website went live in November 2004.
I was born and raised
and still live in a small town in Mississippi.
I am a southern girl at
I am a wife to one great guy. He's the big tough guy you see around
town delivering my orders in pink polkadot bags.
And my poor family
gets put to work everytime they come visit.
get called to work during the crazy times when I cannot see the light at
the end of the tunnel.
It's amazing my sister even thinks about visiting.
She puts in crazy hours when she comes to visit....
and for little money
but all the free stationery she can dream up!
I love ice tea, a good hamburger, cold
pizza for breakfast, any kind of cake,
a good book, a beach
vacation and of course anything personalized.
But, on the
other hand, I am not a fan of coffee, doing housework,
lizards, frogs or mice, and I don't eat any kind of seafood.
And one last
this is a full time job BUT I also manage to get up everyday and go
to work as a first grade teacher.
Why, I simply love those little kiddos!
(It's not for the money thats for sure.)
I started the business as a
dream to stay home and work.
But, when the time came- I love being a teacher
just as much as I love stationery!
So, I teach simple things like the
alphabet and numbers by day
and run a business at night and on the
Thanks for all your
support and business.
I love what I do and I love that I get to share my
products with so many great people.
Thank you for being the BEST customers a
girl could ask for.