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Bunking Down

I don't think I've ever met a child who didn't get excited at the idea of getting bunks. Whether it’s because they can climb up high and touch the roof, or snuggle in the cubby-like bottom bunk, they have a novelty that regular beds just don't have. We have put together a little spread on some of our favoutite bunks that are on the market at the moment. Click through to see more details...

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Movies

Fluffy McCloud

The most helpful little cloud you'll ever meet invites you to join him on a typically wonderful day. This little clip from Conor Finnegan is guaranteed to put a smile on your face.

Crafts

Make Your Own Pet Cloud

Make your own pet cloud children craft

If you're anything like us, you would have spent many an afternoon gazing up at the sky, wondering what it would be like to have one of those sweet, fluffy clouds as a pet.
Grab some cotton wool and coloured pom pom's and join us in making your very own pet cloud. The perfect pocket-size companion to carry around on your many adventures.

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Photography

Who Am I

In this sweet little series of photos for Nido Magazine, Sarah Illenberger creates a world where children donned in paper cone hats become the Apollo, or wrapped in cotton wool become a soft cloud. Sarah works as a renowned illustrator and designer in many forms, creating engaging and often humerous stories that draw the viewer into the image. Sarah mostly works alone, but occasionaly teams up with a photographer as she has with Silke Weinsheimer for this series of images.

Crafts

Small Houses

Turn your lonely pot plants into tiny villages with these wonderful paper cottage towns from Ontwerpduo. Little faces will light up as homes fit for elves pop up before their very eyes and ordinary house plants become huge jungles. The tiny tilted constructions arrive at your door in four softly coloured varieties, ready to fold and can even withstand rain from a watering can.

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Recipes

Cloud Macaroons

Have you ever seen anything as sweet as these Macaroon Clouds found on Carnets Parisiens beautiful blog. We can think of no better way to spend a rainy afternoon than filling our kitchens with our very own edible cloudy day. And for the silver lining... they are filled with black sesame ganache! We definitely have edible cloud crush.

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