Monthly Archive:: August 2010
On a quest for children’s stories from Hungary, Romania, and Croatia, I found myself at the San Francisco Public Library: The Main Branch downtown is massive, with 6 stories of books, and an amazing Children’s Section. To my surprise I found piles and piles of folk tales from these regions, and thanks
Check out our new Songbirds Sleep Set. This print was also inspired by one of Károly Reich’s postcards.
Happy Wednesday! Every week as part of Tote Tuesday, we ask a different question on Facebook. You can win our Little Citizens tote. Just wanted to share some of our Fans’ Childhood travel stories and one of my own. From Sarah (this week’s winner): Driving to Canada to see Niagra Falls and
1 Egy 2 Kettö (két before a noun) 3 Három 4 Négy 5 Öt 6 Hat 7 Hét 8 Nyolc 9 Kilenc 10 Tíz Want to double-check your memorization? Take this little quiz here! Interested in the phonetics of the Hungarian alphabet? Check out this handy chart here.
We found the inspiration for our Nanaos Dragon Pullover in the streets of Budapest on this amazing manhole cover. Check out some other cool manhole imagery from Budapest. We found these on a blog called Manhole Miscellany. Here at Tea, we’ve been wondering whether the image on the pullover is really a
My Nonna had an amazing set of nesting dolls when I was little. They were my favorite things to play with when I visited her house (or at least, a close second to crushing potato chips in her vintage coffee grinder), so I was pretty excited when Laura and Emily brought back
This is not your ordinary pop-up book! This is one of many amazing book sculptures by artist Su Blackwell. found on The Jealous Curator
Recently art blog BOOOOOOOM! and the Vancouver Sun teamed up on the Little Drifters project. While they are no longer taking submissions it’s still a fabulous fun activity for the whole family. Build a little boat using nothing but natural materials, sail it on some water and enjoy! See all Little Drifter
Check out these great fabric dolls I found on Etsy. They are all handmade by Hungarian craftspeople. top row (left right): Manka By Monika, Mara & BelYa, Fuufart bottom row (both): Figurka Design
July’s contest was all about sharing photos of your little citizens enjoying summer vacation. Quynh Vu is July’s winner: Our daughters Sammie and Taylor at Noguchi Gardens in Costa Mesa. They were having a fun time exploring the water fountain and climbing the rocks and out of the blue decided to show