Meet Kay & Dee
Short for Karen & Donna, not Kraft Dinner. They are the dynamic display team at Oscar & Libby’s. They’re the artistic eyes, keeping those displays fresh, gorgeous and always changing. Donna will be hosting her own art exhibit in the store in early Feb 2011… stay tuned for details!
All those gorgeous windows that you see at our Fort Street store are the creations of designer extra-ordinare Denise! She has been with us since we opened and has been instrumental in the layout and design of the store.
Leah is Oscar & Libby’s resident trend-spotter. She’s the one who keeps us on the hunt for the next new look & trend. She loves wildlife, birds, owls & bowling. She has even adopted her own owl, so all the birdy and owl stuff you see in our stores… yep, that’s Leah!
If its a game you want to know about, then Morgan is the gal to chat with. She knows her games and loves anything Star Wars… and even sports a Star Wars Lego watch.
Ashley can usually be found at our Fort Street store on Sundays, organizing and sorting. She loves chocolate and books and is especially fond of high heels.
Ever wonder who would buy rubber chickens, candy nipple tassels, fart machines, giant wine glasses and poop banks… and then mix it in with pretty wallets, purses, earrings and scarves? Yep, that would be owner/buyer, Teri!
Our bookkeeper extraordinaire! Carolyn & I have worked together on a couple of different businesses for the last ten years, and she is one lady whose energy, kindness and integrity I have come to rely on and value immensely!
Behind the Scenes… meet Caprina, our amazingly creative and talented website and graphics gal. When she’s not hacking away on a computer, she can be found cooking and testing new recipes. One of her new fave cookbooks is A Zombie Ate My Cupcake!
Meet the real Oscar & Libby!
When Oscar & Libby arrived at our house in their little cat box as kittens, they were going to be called Dick & Libby, after Richard Burton and Elizabeth Taylor… but Oscar just did not look like a “Dick”. Our little neighbour at time thought “Oscar” was a good cat name. And the names stuck… Oscar & Libby’s. (Also makes us think of another great combo… Oscar Meyer weiners & Libby’s Beans!)