Bas & Daan designed this shirt in support of the Dutch soccer team. From the website:
lot of football players celebrate by pulling the shirt over their
heads. On the inside of our supporter shirt, we printed the heads of
the 3 most popular players of the Dutch national football team. So now,
when the Dutch team scores you can pull your shirt over your head and
become a legend!
The dog days are starting...no doubt about it. After a smothering hot Father's Day in New York, there is no denying that today is the first day of summer. And summer = vacation, and vacation = camp, and camp = tents. Here are few you can easily make on your own, for your very own backyard (or fire escape).
This is a more bohemian tent, one where you'd sip jasmine tea, rather than rest your body after a long day's hike. Styled by Danny Seo for Parents Magazine. The green fabric are these curtain panels from PB Teen.
I love this traditional-style tent DIY fabric pup tent. Get the instructions at Readymade.
Ok, this one is a little O.T.T., but check out the amazing details (like the nook at the top for dolls and the removable flowers on the side) at Ikat Bag.
Happy First Day of Summer everyone!
PS...I'm sorry for my absence last week. Family in town + work duties + 6 months of pregnancy left me too exhausted to think. But I'm back; I promise!
Last night I uttered words that I never thought would leave these lips: we need to discuss our World Cup weekend plans. In most American households, The World Series, The Super Bowl, or even The Stanley Cup get high billing, but in mine, this every 4-year tournament is paramount to any sporting event. (Olympics who?) I simply can't pretend to totally care, but mix a little design and entertaining into the sport, and I'm game.
Fabric soccer balls by Klas Ernflo. Each is sized to match a real soccer ball and made from wool. Not sure if I'd want to kick it or pet it. Found via FFFFound. Gift for my unborn son? Perfect! Available for sale at Partners & Spade.