I love learning how things are made. Recently, I stumbled across this video that follows the ink making process, all set to beautiful music. Aside from being fascinated with a process integral to the work done at Two Paperdolls, I love how the a human element to it - how it takes people who care about the process to make sure the end product is perfect.
Halloween has always been fun for kids. The pretending, imagining and dressing up as literally anything you can think of is all a part of the excitement behind Halloween. Annnnd of course the candy! Even as an adult I can't get enough of it. So in celebration of the spirit of Hallow's Day, here's some inspiration for you and your little one.
Evil, nice or inanimate the costume possibilities are endless!
Seeing as how it IS year of the White Tiger, how appropriate is this?! Super simple and adorable. Sure to keep him or her warm on the chilly October night. Check out www.fostersfunshop.com for more cool costumes.
This little guy is dressed up as a charming Sock Monkey from www.spirithalloween.com Again, sure to keep your precious one warm with a hat to match.
My personal favorite is the lovable Lion!
Warm & cozy bunny.
www.potterybarnkids.com Also has a great and unique select of costumes to fulfill the fantasy of any child wanting to be an Airplane or even a yummy donut.
You can even get reallly creative and go with homemade outfits. Maybe something more high tech and modern, yet still original and priceless. All that's left for you to do now parent, is not to forget the candy! Happy and safe trick-or-treating!
I am a summer baby - the idea that days filled with sunshine and temperatures in the mid 80's are no longer makes me sad... but the one thing that gets me excited about fall is pumpkins. I love to eat/bake/cook anything and everything pumpkin... and I love to go to neighborhood farms and look at all of the beautiful varieties!
The other day, I thought of these long-forgotten lunch boxes we would take to school every morning! It would be a surprise as to what we would be getting for lunch. How cool would it be if I had saved mine and passed it down to our future kids. Which lunch box did you have?
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