I am wearing a Free People tunic and pants, Gas earrings, André boots (old), a basket bought at the market and LUCA nameplate necklaces. Lula is wearing a dress and sandals from Gap Baby. We got a the little piñata at a mexican shop on Valencia st. in San Francisco.
Those legs!!! haha
Photo credit: Natacha Pope
Someone has decided to boycott her naps today, instead she’s having a little party in the crib with her friends! So much more fun!
Here is the first post of a new serie. I love to see my paper bunnies in their new home. I’ll be sharing once a month an interior of a customer showing his paper bunny. I received so many beautiful images I can’t wait to share with you.
So for the first one, here is Alessandra Aghilar’s super cute baby boy nursery. Alessandra contacted me a few months ago when she was still expecting and in the process of decorating her baby’s nursery. She wanted a paper bunny to add in her little boy woodland and asked for specific colors. I am in love with the result, it’s a very fun, happy and fresh space! And you can see we choose the same stickers triangles for the wall, they look just perfect with the bunny.
How gorgeous are this vintage crib and blanket?! And the baby! Adorable! I am so glad the woodland bunny was adopted by this beautiful family in a happy home!
If you want to share images of your bunny in your home, email me at [email protected] and remember you can win another paper friend by entering this contest!
And get ready for some new bunny colors coming to the shop very soon!
Oh hello summer! After a couple weeks of grey and rainy weather, the sun is finally back and it feels so good! It is so warm outside today, we went for a little walk in the mission both wearing cute little dresses.
I am wearing a Free People dress, Levi’s denim jacket, a basket bought at the market last summer and André shoes (old), my necklaces are nameplates from LUCA on Etsy. Lula is wearing a denim dress and sandals from Gap baby. Aren’t those sandals so cute on baby feet? She is so intrigued by them.
(Photo credit: Natacha Pope)
Also remember there’s a 20% off my shop to celebrate easter until april 10th. Enter the coupon code HAPPYEASTER when checking out!
Have a beautiful week.
So I couldn’t resist getting the yellow Acapulco mini chair for Lula. I mean look at her! Doesn’t she look happy in it?! The pear-shaped frame is perfect for her and put a smile on her face every time. She looks so comfortable.
She is wearing a Zara Mini sweater and pants, Freshly Picked moccasins as usual and of course we ran to the closest Target store to grab some party hats from Oh Joy’s collection. Just added a pom on it!
Happy friday! I hope you have a wonderful weekend.
I knew I wanted to be an illustrator since my second year in art school. I was obsessed with children’s book and bought one almost once a week for inspiration. I loved (and still do) the textured illustrations: made with fabrics, cardboard, threads, papers…less traditional illustrations, less childish but still children books.
So at my parent’s house in France, my bedroom’s closet is full of illustrated books that I wish I had here so I can read them to Lula. I think that would be the first time I actually read them, I only looked at the images!
So I try every time I go back to France to put 2 or 3 in my luggage so I can build a fun little library here, and a mix of french and english books. Also, Lula’s new nanny speaks spanish with her so I’d love to find some spanish ones as well!
It is so fun to now read those books to Lula, they have a new meaning. At the time I bought those books I was dreaming about becoming an illustrator, and here I am 8 years later, reading the books who inspired my career to my daughter and finally be an illustrator myself (something that I doubted so many times, as it is really difficult to become successful in this field and it takes a lot of time to find your own style and build a portfolio). Maybe in a few years, I’ll read Lula one of my books! Who knows…
I also got her some of my favorite french books as a kid like the Martine series and Babar’s.
In these photos I am reading La Maison de Lulu illustrated by Delphine Durand. Lula loves it! Pop up are so fun!
What are your favorite children books? Any suggestions for me to read to Lula?
Hello! I hope you all had a wonderful weekend. My neon bunny got a little feature in this summer Made In Paper issue! For the occasion this bunny is back in the shop and let’s celebrate with a 20% off my entire shop. Easter is coming soon…just enter the coupon code HAPPYEASTER when checking out!
Happy on her changing table (but not always…) it’s been a little challenging lately to change her, she moves so much! She always moves to the side to grab everything she can: lotion, wipes…she looooves the wipes package, she always put it in her mouth. If I take it from her, she cries! And she hates when I put sweaters on, especially her arms in the sleeves. The only way she’s okay with it without complaining is when she’s sitting down. Or if I tickle her belly with my mouth and she would start laughing!
My sweet little girl is 7 and half months and I love her so much!
Also I had to remove the little dress that was hanging from the pink cloud at the left because she would always grab it! I probably have a little time left before she start grabbing the other ones.
I’ve always loved the Acapulco chair! Seeing Lula so relaxed on that little kid chair in Ojai last weekend gave me one good reason to buy her a little chair of her own. I think I might go with the lemon one. What do you think? And if I could have myself one that match it would be even better! I love the version made by CB2, the multi colors would be really fun in our backyard.