Erin Holohan is the CEO and founder of Dream Evergreen. The business started on Etsy with a passion to make nursery bedding that is safe for baby and the environment. Wanting to build a brand that gives back, Erin began the Hearts of Hope Program for parents enduring the NICU experience. Dream Evergreen now ranks in the top 6% of Etsy shops and has blossomed into one of the top designer online nursery boutiques.  Dream Evergreen has been proudly featured by several news media and magazines such as: People, Real Simple, Hudson Valley Magazine, and Lose the Cape Podcast

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In 2015, Erin Holohan started Dream Evergreenwith the desire to make nursery bedding that was safe for baby and the environment. She started her shop originally on Etsy, and also began the Hearts of Hope Program for NICU parents as they went through their NICU journeys with their babies. All fabric is made in the United States and uses biodegradable inks for safe and personalized bedding and nursery goods. All their scrap material (the less than 5% they don’t use in the construction of their baby items) ends up being used for the Hearts of Hope program so they don’t clog landfills and they work hard to reduce their global carbon footprint. Beautiful boutique items that care about your baby and our earth. We love!

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Dubbed the Hearts of Hope Program, Holohan intends for the hearts to serve as more than just encouragement for those going through a difficult time. Because scent plays such a big role in the baby-parent-bonding experience, moms and dads are encouraged to press the heart against their skin to transfer their scent onto the fabric. They can then leave the heart alongside their baby in their NICU crib to comfort them with familiar smells.
In just under a year of organizing this program, Holohan has made and sent 100 hearts to NICU families. “It is my unshakable goal to give out free fabric hearts to any NICU parent that wants one,” said Holohan. “I would love to see my message shared with as many people as possible.”  

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Erin Holohan was expecting twins the second time around. She says, "I wondered how I would take care of two
newborns while my daughter was still a baby herself. I only have two hands. That first year was a blur of survival mode. We found our way and slowly began to gain more confidence as a family of five."


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Erin is the mother of 3 young children, a seamstress, and a supporter of NICU moms through her service project, Hearts of Hope. We're happy to feature Erin for Prematurity Awareness Day. 


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Meet the Maker of Dream Evergreen

Today, I’m interviewing Erin of Dream Evergreen. She designs & sews sustainably made bedding children using fabric that is designs and printed in America with non-toxic, biodegradable inks & organic materials, as well as a line of baby clothes! I’m so excited to show off her amazing products & help you get to know her.

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