Sunday, 27 March 2016

Happy DIY Easter

Happy Easter to everybody! And many thanks to Petit-Bateau and to Steffie Brocoli for this cute DIY project with which to realise funny boxes with the shape of a bunny. Steffie is an illustrator who lives and works in Paris and who creates really cute stuffs (take a look on her etsy shop!). If you'd like to realise you too these amazing boxes, you can download the pattern here. On, you can also find many other DIY projects signed by this illustrator that will made your Easter!! I am sure!!


Wednesday, 23 March 2016

Rilakkuma in Paris

Wednesday the 9th March, Rilakkuma and his friends Karilakkuma e Kiiroitori came visiting Paris directly from Japan. Gemma and I, who we are amongst his greater fans, met him at BonTon, one of our favourite shops in Paris.

There were a lot of Kawaii surprises, of which Gemma promptly benefited, such as the Rilakkuma's nail-gaze (created in collaboration with nailmatic-kids), balloons, temporary tattoos and colouring draws. At BonTon, there was also a new collection of cloths, bags and accessories inspired to amazing world of this little lazy and glutton bear.

For souvenir of this cute day, I carved a rubber stamp on Rilakkuma and his friends, with a little Parisian touch. Au revoir les amis!

Wednesday, 16 March 2016

Monsieur Cacahuète

I still remember the amazing taste of White Rabbit peanut candies by Shanghai Guan Sheng Yuan Food, which I tried out a couple of years ago in Shanghai! They are very typical of this town, all people that live there eat this candy...

And since I am delighted to announce that I will be back in Shanghai at the end of the month, I have made a couple of creations inspired to peanuts, such as Monsieur Cacahuète (Mr. Peanut) hand carved rubber stamp, and his young assistant, Le Petit Cacahuète felt brooch. And of course, I also enjoyed to make an hand carved rubber stamps inspired to the White Rabbit Nugats, one of millions of reasons to visit Shanghai! I hope you like it...

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