Spotlight - Anytime Treats, Creative Jawns, and Washed-Up Apparel

In honor of our upcoming college trunk show, we wanted to spotlight the three, incredible female entrepreneurs being featured this weekend. All of these inspirational women have successfully turned their passions into viable businesses and we’re so excited to showcase them at our event. Each woman has her own unique niche and, all together, these three businesses come together for a one-of-a-kind college trunk show on March 26th at our Newtown location. In anticipation of the event, here’s a little bit about each brand - we hope to see you there!

Anytime Treats founded by Ronna Sklar

Anytime Treats was born over 8 years ago when a good friend of mine asked if I could bake up some treats for her 50th birthday. I’m forever grateful to that friend for giving me the kickstart to Anytime Treats, even though I had no idea what it would become at the time. I love baking and enjoy customizing for any occasion or celebration so this business has been a dream. Everything is freshly baked by me and my specialty is custom image cookies with photos, logos, etc. You can follow me on Facebook and Instagram to see all of my treats! I am also available by email at

Creativejawns founded by Allison Cohen

Creativejawns features hundreds of unique designs and graphics, transformed into the final product, or "jawn" of your choice.  From College products, to apartment/party/event decor, to phone cases, pillows, posters and much more - creativejawns can create any graphic design you desire. Check out @creativejawns on Instagram for more info! 

Washedup Apparel founded by Chloe Panes

Washedup Apparel is a tie dye clothing and accessory company created with love from New Jersey. Chloe was a sophomore in high school when she started her business in early April when the Coronavirus pandemic had just begun. Before everyone had to quarantine, she had the idea of making bleached clothing. However, as she was stuck inside full of boredom, it was at that time she then decided to take the tie dye route. Chloe watched hundreds of videos on how to perfect the tie dye technique and the proper materials needed. To date, Chloe is a Senior in high school and has fulfilled hundreds of orders, more than she could ever imagined. @washedupapparelll