I am a strong supporter of DIY. I love making stuff and I firmly believe it is important for my kids to see the “behind the scene” of “stuff”. And there is two sides to that scenario too. One is to appreciate stuff more, because they will know the effort that went into making it. […]Read more, you know you want to!
Just look at this adorable doll and her little house by Lovely Sweet William. Perfect for travel and any day really because it can fit in even the tiniest girl pocket. And how fun are the illustrated matchbox dolls by Mai Ly Degnan? If you love these maybe you can have a go ant try […]Read more, you know you want to!
On Friday 10th Researchers Night took place in Budapest. We picked the funnest project ever to participate with. The Drawbot! Not only we made drawing robots, we also participated in setting the world record for the biggest picture drawn by drawbots. First we made a Mean Machine. We disassembled one of the toy cars we […]Read more, you know you want to!
Playground season is on peeps. It’s been on since early spring, but now it is mud time, kids are going crazy, shoes are off, washing machines are getting clogged. Personally, I don’t mind my kids being dirty, I don’t even mind that those sand knee stain are impossible to wash out. If I’ve learned anything […]Read more, you know you want to!
I love Kids Clothes Week and I have been participating in it for years, sometimes more sometimes less intensively. I usually have huge plans and dreams, but then when time comes I realize it would be much better to try to finish stuff my boys actually need and I haven’t been able to make myself […]Read more, you know you want to!
Not long ago Alex Khaykin, a designer from Tel Aviv, reached out to me to introduce her toys. For the past 2 years she’s been developing her KipodToys – a design studio specializing in DIY kits for kids helping develop their cognitive and motor skills, while allowing them to experience and enjoy their own work […]Read more, you know you want to!
To make this easy and quick toothless t-shirt you will need : – plain t-shirts – stencil, exacto knife, freezer paper, iron – fabric paint or pens However dirty and messy this sounds, I promise it was really quite enjoyable. The stencil I used is actually pumpkin carving stencil and the method is the same […]Read more, you know you want to!
It is ‘finally’ a real fall here. It is raining, days are short and pretty dark. Time to cuddle up at home with a blanket and a hot cocoa (or nutella crepes if you will). On the brighter side, it is also a mandarin season! Not only it is one of my favorite fruits (and […]Read more, you know you want to!
We love bikes. We love skirts. But sometimes these two don’t mix well. Which is why these girls came up with Penny in Yo’ Pants, an easy solution to making your skirt bikeable. Penny In Yo Pants from Johanna Holtan on Vimeo. HOW TO: 1. Find a penny. Or you could use a pebble, a […]Read more, you know you want to!