About Hannah

Hannah Stelter is an artist (also known as Designed by Hannah) and founder of the downtown Fargo art store, Scribble Lady.

“I grew up in Mankato, Minnesota and moved here for college purely because MSUM was the cheapest school. I didn’t like Fargo and was always going to leave as soon as I graduated. But over the last 5 years, I have fallen in love with this city. “

 

About Scribble Lady

Scribble Lady is a newly opened downtown Fargo pop-up shop that sells ethically-sourced art supplies, funky embroidered jumpsuits, colorful patches, punny cards, and stickers upon stickers upon stickers. I had the chance to ask Hannah Stelter, local artist and founder of Scribble Lady, about her endeavors as an artist and entrepreneur.

 

Tell us about Scribble Lady and your mission.

“My fine art, my scribble portraits are all about body positivity, embracing who you are wholeheartedly. Scribble Lady’s mission is to inspire new and existing artists to love art through embracing imperfections.”

 

What are your entrepreneurial highs and lows?

“Lowest points of my journey: Finding a good work-life balance, having to learn business things like taxes, and money management.

Highest points of my journey: Launching Scribble Lady, publishing my first book, hitting my first $100,000 year as a business, and my two year business birthday celebration “I F*cking Love Myself” event.”

 

Scribble Lady is officially a part of the Fargo-Moorhead founder family. How can our community support you in your next stage of growth?

“Follow us on social media, interact with our content, buy our products, and share my art with someone you know who could benefit from more body positivity.”

 

Follow Scribble Lady

Readers can learn more about Hannah and Scribble Lady by visiting their website, Facebook page, and Instagram profile.

Madi Simpson

Madi has lived in Fargo most of her life and lives the downtown Fargo dream. She's a #FargoFounder: at age 22, she launched her reworked secondhand apparel business and focused on that for 3 years before retiring the business in December 2021. In her free time, Madi can be found hanging out with her mini poodle Georgie, visiting the local antique shops, or enjoying an iced vanilla latte from one of the downtown cafes!