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June 23, 2011Comments Off
Plenty of fun things on Noeuf.fr – Here’s Pirouette’s selection…
1. Jelly Trench coat “A for Apple” – 2. Combinaison Ibiza Rose “Le Marchand d’Etoiles” – 3. Sweat Lapin “Bobo Choses” – 4. Hochet oiseau Octavio “Blabla kids” – 5. Pull Hug Me “Oeuf NY” – 6. Mobile Mr. Mustache “Jäll & Tofta” – 7. Sticker Madame sous la Pluie “Poisson Bulle” – 8. Simberlina doll “Haciendo el Indio”
June 21, 20113 comments
“Make a wish list of 5 things found round the net!“. This question was sent to me last week by Santa Bindemane, author of Kids-Gazette. The bi-lingual (Latvian/English), Riga-based blog features all sorts of wonderful things including ”non-standard solutions for everyday life”. My selection included a fun green bean bag from Serendipity, yellow salt water sandals from Sweet Williams (my girls favorites since our New York days) and a frog kite from Petit Pan. Click here to see the full selection/article.
June 18, 201111 comments
Getting the house ready for Jasmine’s 7th birthday. Celebrating all day : fifteen girls, fairy princess and face painter in the morning, five boys for a Star Wars screening and lego in the afternoon. Wish me luck…(and don’t ask about the sexist segmentation; Jamine’s choice!).
June 15, 20117 comments
A year ago I didn’t know what a fouta was. I just knew that I loved light bathroom towels like the honey comb ones of my Swiss grandmother, or the ones I used in chic hotels and hammam places in Morocco. Today, I have a house full of them, and I use them in every occasion, as home or beach towels, sarong, bed throws, picnic blanket. Foutas are absorbent, lightweight and wash brilliantly. The best provider I’ve found so far is www.febronie.com : excellent quality, great choice of colors, and foutas in children’s sizes. Fouta’s Folie…
For wholesale inquiries, email email@example.com
June 14, 20113 comments
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Raining? Scared that the bored children might give those cute dolls a make over or, even worse, a hair cut? Opt for this fun d-y-i kit by design awarded Donna Wilson – Each pack contains a pre-stitched creature shape, stuffing + felt bits + bobs and step by step instructions. No sewing skills required. All monster kits are unique, the Monster shown is only to give an idea what a monster could look like. Price £15.60. www.donnawilson.com
June 6, 2011Comments Off
If you are looking for ideas to create shop windows or party decorations, you might love the paper flowers by Pom-Pom-Factory.
They are available in many colours and sizes, versatile and reasonably priced.
Available at Bobo Kids, 29 Elystan Street, London
May 24, 20112 comments
“We love to design products that make people happy. Nothing more, nothing less” claims the website home page of Dutch brand Colorique. I haven’t had a chance to buy one of their cushions yet, but I really enjoy seeing them in picture. The Colorique collections are produced by a little factory in Jaipur, India. To find out more, visit www.colorique.com.
May 20, 2011Comments Off