Few Things of Note #70

Hey Hey, 200 questions to get to know someone. Stop saying ‘Just’. Virginia Woolf: an exhibition inspired by her writings at the Tate. Open your calendars – 7 contemporary dance performances to see. THIS baby crib. The follower factory – very interesting read.   Be Good,

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Braille Bricks

Amazing Brazilian project created by Lew’Lara for literacy and inclusion of blind children is The Braille Bricks project which is a look-a-like lego brick toy encouraging building to be whatever you imagine it to be or even something you’ve never imagined. Braille Bricks is an experiment that transforms these bricks into a tool capable of…

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The Line – Youthful Impressions

A brilliant photoshoot by Hanna Tveite for The Line holiday campaign. The Line is a modern and personal approach to retail. They bring together carefully chosen fashion, home, and beauty items and place them in context through inspiring editorial features and intimate offline shopping experiences. Recall the way you once dressed in your mother’s silk evening dress, pairing it with pearls and…

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Of Unusual Kind – Paper Dolls

Of Unusual Kind is an eclectic collection of paper dolls designed to inspire imaginative play and vivid make-believe. A beautifully handcrafted respite from technology, Of Unusual Kind is a celebration of paper craft, exquisite pattern, and unique, individual style. Inspired by the cherished tradition of paper dolls yet adorned with Anja Kroencke’s whimsically modern, hand-illustrated…

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Few Things of Note #65

Happy Weekend ! Rounding up this week with a great link pack: creative baby shower gift. Beads Chandelier – a very challenging DIY project. How to get your shit together in just 4 weeks. Art portrait is hanging in the same room it was painted. ‘The Essential’ –  Marilyn Monroe captured in rare photos. ‘Good Night…

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How to Raise a Feminist Son

As a mother of both a boy and a girl, this question is occupying my mind very much. Setting an example is one thing, but there are few other actions need to take as they grow up. We raise our girls to fight stereotypes and pursue their dreams, but we don’t do the same for our…

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Few Things of Note #57

Happy Weekend, My linkpac, delayed by a day, Zero excesses. Online friendships are brilliant, beautiful things. Interview questions. very clever. Babies need culture as well – Star Wars baby mobile. I am a bit obsessed with this pom-pom skirt. Don’t judge me please. The best exercise for your brain.  Lululemon X Taryn Toomay – so…

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Few Things of Note #54

Hey, Me again… hope all is good!  weekend link-pack: Mom Talk: The Last Name Debate. What side are you ? An artist and her ‘Beautiful Boy’. The cutest wooden bunny puzzle by Chloe Fleury. Beautiful jewelry line by Adorn Milk. (via) How to be happy according to 100 year old’s (video). Just in time for…

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Few Things of Note #47

Hi, So much has been happening this week, i didn’t find the time to post a single blogpost, recapping my favorite links for the weekend: Kids recreating the most iconic Met Gala looks … oh Rihannah !! (via) Most common social media rules . Lido swimsuits. because basic is so so beautiful. Shiki Shimi is now considered to be…

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Few Things of Note #41

Happy Friday! Great link pack is coming up: East Coast vs. West Coast Fashion  Easy and healthy fruit snacks for kids (and adults) Mr.Grégoire Alexandre – such a great talent ! Have you seen GoT Season 7 trailer ? That’s cleaver ! Guilty pleasures photography by Sarah Bahbah Why Baby Swim Lessons Are Total Bullsh*t Be…

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Few Things of Note #40

Hey, So, I skipped one weekend.. Arm knitted cushion cover – Lovely DIY . What a brilliant bathroom interior design. absolutely love it. Why facts don’t change our minds ?  “My point being almost every time I was super afraid it was of the wrong thing.” – Be Curious, Be Compassionate Top 10 Life Lessons I’ve…

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The Birth Poster

The Birth Poster is a series of unique and timeless birth posters with illustrations that adapt to the baby’s 1:1 actual length at birth. The founders of The Birth Poster is the Swedish couple Evelina & Gustav, owner of a creative studio Schmeck Studios. The Birth Poster was launched in 2013 with the unique idea of…

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