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CuteTools

Cute Tools Kitchen-Collection

This entrepreneur used to paint flowers on household tools for fun. Now she’s turned her hobby into a $2 million business.

What they do:
Manufactures a unique line of hand painted tools for the home, kitchen, and garden, called CuteTools.

Inspiration:
Lisa Knoppe Reed sat at her kitchen table and painted whimsical scenes and colorful flowers on household gadgets and tools. Wanting to make a difference in lives of others, she sold the tools and donated a percentage of all profit to charities. While visiting a school, she saw how excited special needs kids got when helping to create Cute Tools.

About the business:
Manufactures a unique line of hand painted tools. Business helps support charities and special needs schools. In exchange for schools sharing a percentage of her revenue, students work sanding, priming, doing inventory and quality control. Cute Tools are sold in 4,000 stores around the world with sales projections of $2.5 million.

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