Designed for artists and entrepreneurs in mind, "The Canvas" is Dippin Daisys initiative to collaborate with creatives and innovators in the space. Aimed to highlight women who are up and coming, "The Canvas" is driven to support and showcase tastemakers through all different mediums.

Amy Timmerman

"Save Our Surf is an organization with a mission to save our oceans from plastic pollution. As a sustainable surf brand, we’re stoked to partner with fellow sustainable, ocean-loving brand Dippin Daisys! At the core of DD x Save our Surf is our love for the ocean and shared passion for protecting it! Every item purchased from this collab removes 1 lb of plastic from the ocean."

Bre Maughan

"Dreamsbaby Jewels is a female-owned, handmade jewelry company that promotes self-love and having fun with your style. We want you to feel like your most confident "you" while wearing our pieces! Each piece is designed and handmade with love in Los Angeles by me. We hope you love the styles we've curated with Dippin Daisys as much as we do!"

Hats by Madi

"After graduating from the University of Oklahoma in May of 2020, I started HBM as a fun hobby but it quickly turned into a full-time hustle. I saw a need for trendy and unique trucker hats that are locally designed and made (in Oklahoma City). These bright and fun styles have now taken over as a need-to-get item on social media! Trucker hats have a retro look that will forever be in style. They are the perfect accessory for any day."

Steffi Lynn

"I started freelancing when I was still a student at Pratt Institute. I was always eager to get my foot in the door, so I reached out and did random freelance gigs. But my first big job was for Seventeen Magazine!"


"I think working for brands that share the same mantra as me is truly so rewarding. It makes the design process so much more exciting as I'm making work that resonates with me."

Nicole Goldfarb

"I felt so constrained by brand guidelines and dreamed of creating designs with more colors, fonts, and graphic styles. On a whim, I bought myself an iPad Pro and Apple Pencil and began drawing every night after work for hours upon hours."