Photos of the little one are always popular. If your family is ready to watch the pics from a CD/DVD, then the Easter surprise is ready. Only the question of the wrapping reamins… Here is the perfect case for the families of a baby girl!
I really loved this idea, so I made my own version in monocrome. I hid some lucky messages in the eggs, I only hope I can document them being cracked (some family members have already stated they won’t crack such beauties).
So my coffee board is now ship-shape and ready on the wall of a café in Budapest. This is the poster which took the place of some queer pieces of graffity (of which some are still visible…) Lattesgo has some nice coffee too, so whenever you come to Budapest, pay a visit!
Easter is on the way, but it’s not late to send a postcard just yet. These brown bunnies can hardly wait to hop to the nearest post office and forward your greetings in Hungarian or English.
I decided it was time to brew my favourite potion, everyone can do with a bit of luck after all. If you touch the substance with your mouth it enables you to be the luckiest guy on earth on one occasion. The bottle is small enough to carry it with you in your purse along with your credit card and other stuff until you feel the need to use it. Useful, eh? :)
This picture illustrates a long poem written by a Máté Ágoston, who submitted his piece into a writing competition in the category of children – 6-12 years of age. It’s about a little girl, who is unwilling to put on her socks, so the “elves” take it. But evening approaches and her feet gets cold, now she regrets not obeying her mother when she told her to dress up. Fortunately the little girl’s brother explains, that if she tidies up her room and obeys her mummy in the future, the “elves” will bring back the tiny white sock.
Welcome to the birthday party in the matchbox. Here is the perfect birthday cake for girls who are determined to stay in shape. If you are a fan of tiny stuff, you’ll absolutely adore this hand-made surprise.