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  • Madelaine Garner created her own line of handmade products called MadelaineMade. Since she was young, she loved being creative, so she decided to make a business. “If anyone else wants to start their own business, I believe it is important to love what you do,” Garner said.
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    Madelaine Garner created her own line of handmade products called MadelaineMade. Since she was young, she loved being creative, so she decided to make a business. “If anyone else wants to start their own business, I believe it is important to love what you do,” Garner said.
  • Madelaine Garner created her own line of handmade products called MadelaineMade. Since she was young, she loved being creative, so she decided to make a business. “If anyone else wants to start their own business, I believe it is important to love what you do” Garner said.
    Photo courtesy of Madelaine Garner
    Madelaine Garner created her own line of handmade products called MadelaineMade. Since she was young, she loved being creative, so she decided to make a business. “If anyone else wants to start their own business, I believe it is important to love what you do” Garner said.
  • Madelaine Garner created her own line of handmade products called MadelaineMade. Since she was young, she loved being creative, so she decided to make a business. “If anyone else wants to start their own business, I believe it is important to love what you do” Garner said.
    Photo courtesy of Madelaine Garner
    Madelaine Garner created her own line of handmade products called MadelaineMade. Since she was young, she loved being creative, so she decided to make a business. “If anyone else wants to start their own business, I believe it is important to love what you do” Garner said.
  • Madelaine Garner created her own line of handmade products called MadelaineMade. Since she was young, she loved being creative, so she decided to make a business. “If anyone else wants to start their own business, I believe it is important to love what you do” Garner said.
    Photo courtesy of Madelaine Garner
    Madelaine Garner created her own line of handmade products called MadelaineMade. Since she was young, she loved being creative, so she decided to make a business. “If anyone else wants to start their own business, I believe it is important to love what you do” Garner said.

Catching Up With Madelaine Garner, Creator of MadelaineMade

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Recent Severna Park High School graduate Madelaine Garner (class of 2017) created her own online business and Instagram called MadelaineMade. Her products include homemade necklaces, soaps and cosmetics listed at affordable prices.

The idea became a reality due to her passion for creativity. “One day I was thinking and I realized that I should do something I enjoy and hopefully make a profit off of it, so MadelaineMade got started,” Garner said.

Since Garner was young, being creative was an asset to her personality. “When I was really young, I loved going to bead stores and making little earrings and crafts,” she said. “Being creative is my passion.”

Garner creates all of the products by hand and sells them through Instagram and her website. Aside from her business, she is currently studying interior design and landscape architecture at Anne Arundel Community College. “Hopefully, I’ll be able to continue my business through college and more people will know about it,” Garner said. “MadelaineMade products stand out from others because everything is homemade and excellent quality.”

For more information about her business, check out her online store www.madelainemade.com and her Instagram @madelainemade. “If anyone else wants to start their own business, I believe it is important to love what you do. Social media is extremely important for advertising your products to show them off to the public. Creating an online store will teach you how to do inventory, catalog, graphic design,” Garner said. “You need to learn how to make a reasonable profit, or there is no way you will be able to stay in business.”


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