What a fantastic idea by Charlotte Friis. This chair is made with drawing paper, and as the paper is used , the size of the front cylinder increases following the child’s growth. Clean paper is transferred from the back cylinder to the front simply by rolling the front cylinder backwards. The amount of paper is approx. 500 meters, which means that the paper can be changed twice a week for 5 years. What I love about it the most is that all of the drawings are archived in the same place. Genius.
I have been on the lookout for some completely non-toxic dishes as I’m sure most of us are and came across these! We’ve been using them for a couple of weeks now and the girls are excited to eat off them. Not only are they super cute but they are 100% recycled, 100% recyclable, medical-grade, number #5 polypropylene (number #5 polypropylene is regarded as a safe plastic by such leading authorities as healthy child healthy world), use non-toxic inks, and are free of bpa, phthalates, pvc, and lead. They also have beautiful organic tees for the whole family, decor items and are developing a lovely range of bedding and bone china. Can hardly wait for those. Take a look here!
Here are some gorgeous Easter Centerpieces and Easter Eggs that I found just in case you haven’t decided on an arrangement yet or if you just like looking! A Happy and Joyous Easter to all!