Incredible that just soap water and air can create these iridiscent short living beauties.
Sabine Marcelis for Eastpak - beautiful iridiscent design
Our friend Juliette Sallin from Geneva just opened her new label Gang of Freyja. The mythology around the beautiful and untamed goddess Freyja inspired her to create her own drawings, thoughts and inspiration around beauty, femininity and the sensuous wilderness of life.
You find the Night Girl print in our online shop.
Our intern Rafaele is helping to screen print new fabric for the Bears Baby Blankets Bears . We use giant silk screens to print the pattern on the fabric. All our kids fabrics are hand printed.
Liekeland is the label of Lieke van der Vorst, her illustrations are inspired by her childhood in the Dutch countryside.
Our personal favourite is Oogstfest. The illustration is inspired by the meals she enjoyed with her family after the harvest. You can purchase a selection of her fabulous illustrations soon in our online shop.
Simplicity is just so inspiring. A house in the Dutch countryside, a vegetable garden, some chickens. Thank you Lieke, you made our day!
What do you need :
Step 1 : Decide where you want the gold part to end and protect the part of the jar with paper or plastic that you don’t want to be sprayed.
Step 2 : Go outside or in a well ventilated place to spray the jar in gold and let dry.
Step 3 : Condition the clay by kneading to get it more soft and moldable. Mix the two color by using this great technique that I found on The Felted Fox Blog.
Step 4 : Use a glass bottle or a rolling pin to flatten the ball of clay. Apply it on the bottom of the jar that has aluminium foil on it to protect it. Form the edges.
Step 5 : Bake the bowl form, with de aluminium foil in it, according to the manufacturer’s directions. Allow it to cool completely.
Step 6 : Varnish the bowl form. Ik you want you can glue onto the jar. But if you don’t, you can aslo use the clay part as a little bowl next to your jar.
The Garden Edit. Products inspired by and for the garden. ..
Founded by English gardener John Tebbs, The Garden Edit redraws the traditional boundaries associated with shopping and the garden by bringing together a modern collection of products that embody functionality, timelessness and beauty.
What do you need :
Step 1 : Condition the clay by kneading to get it more soft and moldable. Mix the two color by using this great technique that I found on The Felted Fox Blog.
Step 2 : Use a glass bottle or a rolling pin to flatten the ball of clay. The flattened has to be thick so it will be heavy enough to support the photographs. Cut le little mountains forms.
Step 3 : Cut the forms almost in two, so that you place de the photo.
Step 4 : Flattened the bottom by pressing the mountain onto a flat surface.
Step 5 : Bake the mountains, placed on aluminium foil, according to the manufacturer’s directions. Allow them to cool completely.
Step 6 : Decide where you want the gold part to end and protect the part that you don’t want to be sprayed of the mountain with masking.
Step 7 : Go outside or in a well ventilated place to spray the jar in gold and let dry.
We had a fantastic day at the beach. Sarah’s son Luca was running through the dunes like he was discovering the moon.
He is such a source of inspiration for our new kids line LileSadi petite…
He is little prince who everyday take us on a trip into his little world of joy and curiosity. Walking around with a child opens your eyes to things you would not notice. A flower, a funny dog, a pigeon or just a whistling tree, which is great!