As quarantine begins, a business idea flourishes for Fort Mill teacher


Since the global pandemic, Fort Mill resident Corinne Zeidner has found more time on her hands than usual. She's a 4k assistant teacher in the Lab School at Catawba Ridge High School and misses doing arts and crafts with her little ones. Trying to keep busy and creative, she started making book sets using chalk paint and rubber stamps.
Book sets are $22 and customizable to fit any style of decor, including handpicked cotton and ribbon.
Interested in ordering a book stack? Follow Corinne's new business on Instagram @Palmettopagessc and send her a DM with your order request!
I just ordered the book stack pictured here! Fun fact: The book stacks are accented with cotton balls that were handpicked by Corinne from a field in Oxford, MS. Love this touch of uniqueness and authenticity (and special for me since I attended the University of Mississippi located in Oxford!).
Can't wait to see how her business grows and what other businesses come out of doors being shut due to the pandemic.
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