Once a month I meet up with a network of sweet and creative girls, where make crafts, art, drink te or coffee and talk. This time Marianne brought this peace of art, she is working on. I just love it - a circus horse like the one you see on the Merry go round. Hope to see it when she is finished.
This Friday I went to a press event at H&M to see the "All for for Children" collection, which is in collaboration with UNICEF. For every item sold - H&M will donate a percentage to the project, to educate, address the causes of child labour and other importance issues. (see more)The collection will be launched the 18 Oct, in the sizes 92-128.(Also this time the collection it build around a children’s book) Pictures and more info will come later.
Second news was the "Fashion Family" collection, which will be launched mid September and will only be available online. It is defiantly fashion for mom, dad and your little mini-me. Dress up for the whole family. (pic. 1&2)
And then the "Home Kids" collection now one display for us to touch - you can defiantly look forward to this first home line for kids. (pic. 3-5) In the shops and online in the end of July.
Inspired by Deborah great finds - I had to show it here as well. A whole book full of pre folded animals in various colors just waiting to be cut out. For sure a great thing for the summer holidays. The book is designed by Sunkyung Kim and you can get hand on your own copy here.
As a child in the 1970 I loved these sandals for summer - I wore them when swimming(especially at the rocky beaches in France and Croatia and good for avoiding sea urchins) or just for walking - just loved them. My mom bought them in the great shop Nørregaard. (take a closer look)
Today my second daughter had to bring a cake to a summer party at the school. Together we made a great layer cake with whipped cream and raspberries and she decorated it beautiful with blueberries and raspberries. Sad that I forgot to take a picture. But here you have one of an other beautiful cake - tjeck out Manger, but be careful you might be hungry afterwards.
Just love this seesaw made by DvanDirk, a simple and clever design - a bench that can be transformed into a seesaw. I would love to have one for my garden, for the kids to play on and later to sit on - just brilliant.