QVC Will be Airing its First Inspirational Living Show on April 3rd

at 11 a.m. ET

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QVC will be airing its first Inspirational Living Show on April 3rd. at 11 a.m. ET.   The show will feature products from DaySpring, StephanBaby (a sweet Jesus loves me singing Lamb with blanket), Vintage Sparrow and Headbands of Hope.

The show on QVC will be hosted by Kerstin Lindquist, the dynamic Christian host that loves to promote inspirational product!

Although no “live” guests will be in the studio, the show will feature the following:Annie Moss - Owner and Designer of the Vintage- Calling in LIVE

Product: Inspirational Pendant Necklace Set in Choice of:

a. Faith over Fear Necklace set (Faith)
b. Choose Joy Necklace set (Joy)
c. Still I Rise Necklace set (Brave)
d. Love Wins Necklace set (Love)

Brass line
Silver line 

Jess Ekstrom - Owner of Headbands of Hope (Calling in LIVE)- Headbands of Hope donates a headband for every one sold to a child with an illness.

Product: Set of 2 Headscarves in Choice of:

a. Headscarves - Set of 2 - Navy Paisley/Navy
b. Headscarves - Set of 2 - Pink Paisley/Solid Hot Pink
c. Headscarves - Set of 2 - Camel - White Striped/Solid Champagne

Candace Cameron Bure - Skype in to promote her two products:

a. Welcome Mats

b. Promise Box
c. Bible 

Jesus Loves Me Lamb and Blanket - Kerstin will sell this product and it is SO cute! The lamb plays Jesus loves me and the blanket is so soft!

You can watch and shop the show LIVE on QVC (check local listing) or watch it in the QVC Facebook page at https://www.facebook.con/QVC 

QVC will be  Offering - 2 Necklaces for under $30; Normally priced at $24 each.  Choice of 4 themes:  Love, Faith, Brave, Joy. 

I received a beautiful and inspiring necklace from Vintage Sparrow that is so appropriate right now and a gentle reminder to keep faith in this difficult time.

About Vintage Sparrow

Story - In 2014, The Vintage Sparrow grew into an inspiring jewelry line that carried the mission to awaken courage within the heart of women all over the globe. It all began when Founder, Annie Moss, was raising funds to go on a mission trip to Kenya, East Africa. After Annie returned from Africa, she found that people continued to want her creative jewelry designs and so The Vintage Sparrow was born.  
In 2015, Annie felt a strong notion that The Vintage Sparrow would one day be a company that would employ and inspire women that were looking for a place to flourish in their own unique gifts and talents, while launching them into their own dreams and destiny. 
 In 2016, Annie’s vision of employing and empowering women became a reality. The Vintage Sparrow began to grow as a team of women that set out with one purpose- to create designs that would awaken courage within the heart of women all over the globe.  
In 2017, as a team, The Vintage Sparrow began to thrive and make global impact in the hearts of women through the power of words on every piece of jewelry they created and sent out. 
To this day, The Vintage Sparrow is committed to impacting the lives and hearts of women through the power of words. Whether that be through a customer who receives a design or the staff who creates it. Annie’s heart willalways remain- to see women flourish in their own God-given identity and purpose. The Vintage Sparrow is committed to creating designs that remind women to fully walk in all they are called to be.

I also received a beautiful hot pink head scarf from Headbands of Hope. Not only is it my favorite color, but the scarf is soft and can be worn in so many different ways.  Check out this graph which demonstrates some examples:

Headbands of Hope - QVC Offer 2 Headscarves for under $30; Normally priced at $23 each; 3 choices of Colors - Navy (2 set); Pink (2 set); Champagne (2 set)

About Headbands of Hope

Believe it or not, our founder's story starts in the most magical place on earth...Disney World! When Jess was in college, she decided to take an internship in Disney World as a photographer.

When she was there, she got to photograph so many sweet kids that were there on their wish from various wish-granting organizations for kids with life-threatening illnesses.  When she returned to school her sophomore year, she decided to intern for a wish-granting organization. When she was there, Jess noticed a lot of kids wearing headbands after losing their hair to chemotherapy.

One girl in particular wished to go to Disney World to meet Sleeping Beauty, but was unfortunately too sick to travel to Florida from North Carolina.

So Jess went to a costume shop and arrived on her doorstep dressed as Sleeping Beauty...

After that experience, Jess felt this spark to do something to help these kids feel confident and beautiful during such a tough time. She remembered the trend of patients wearing headbands and discovered no one was providing those accessories to the kids.

To fulfill this need, Jess created Headbands of Hope during her junior year of college at North Carolina State University.


Jess had no idea what she was doing starting a business. She was a Communications major with a minor in Spanish (don't test her on the Spanish) but she was determined to launch this business. She even recruited a graphic design student to help teach her photoshop every day at lunch and Jess paid her in Chipotle burritos (seriously).

At the end of her junior year on April 25th, 2012 at 9:47 a.m., Jess got her first order on her website...from her mom.

Luckily, things picked up and now Headbands of Hope is carried in thousands of stores across the world and has been supported by dozens of celebrities like Lea Michele, Lauren Conrad, Kelsea Ballerini and they even do headbands for NBA teams like the Dallas Mavericks and Milwaukee Bucks.

But more importantly, the brand has donated headbands to every children's hospital in America and 15 countries.

Now in 2020 we have decided to extend our mission to extend to all children with illnesses, not just cancer.