Monthly Archive:: January 2013
One of our Foreign Correspondents has returned from her travels! Cathy and her family traveled to Zimbabwe this winter to visit family. Cathy is a teacher who took leave from her position during the birth of her twins. When her children were toddlers, she filled her time by acting as a founding parent of a
Discover the inspiration behind one of our favorite boys tops, the Black Mamba Tee. At the end of our South Africa adventures I went to visit Thula Thula – the game reserve owned by Lawrence Anthony, author of the Elephant Whisperer – a book I decided to reread on our trip. The
To help everyone at Tea “go there,” we make a yearly contribution to each employee for international travel and exploration. Upon their return, our Tea travelers write blog posts to share their adventures with all of us (and the world). Sandra, our data guru, shares her travel highlights in the unexplored parts
Looking to for a way to let your inner lion roar? Check out our free download of our South Africa inspired lion mask. This activity book page was designed off our Layer Lion Mask boys graphic tee. We designed the boys t-shirt after a lion mask we found at a South African market.
Our design team loved visiting Kruger National Park so much that they just couldn’t help but design a collection of boys tees inspired by Kruger. Kruger is Africa’s largest game reserve and it spans over 7,500 square miles. That’s six times the size of Rhode Island! Kruger was created in 1926 to
Raise money for your school just by shopping Tea! For three days only, you get free shipping—and Tea donates 15% of all sales back to your school! Now you can help your school just by shopping for your favorite globally inspired kids clothes from Tea Collection. How does it work? When you sign
Martin Luther King Jr once proclaimed, “Life’s most persistent and urgent question is what are you doing for others?” So, how are your honoring MLK Jr and his legacy? Twenty-seven years ago President Reagan signed MLK Jr Day into existence and catapulted a ‘can do’ and ‘will help’ attitude into the American
To help everyone at Tea “go there,” we make a yearly contribution to each employee for international travel and exploration. Upon their return, our Tea travelers write blog posts to share their adventures with all of us (and the world). Brooke, our amazing Store Marketing guru, took a getaway trip to London
Here’s a history lesson that not only is short and sweet but fun to say. We bet you didn’t know that our Vilakazi Henley was named after the only street to once have housed two Nobel Prize winners. Nelson Mandela, one of the most famous anti-apartheid activists and President of South Africa,
Step 1: Start beading your safety pins. We put 5 seed beads (size 6/0) onto each small safety pin. As you are beading start to envision a desirable pattern or make it completely random for a kaleidoscope effect. *Please note since sharp objects are involved, this craft is for children 8 years and up.