Friday, July 31, 2009

Tuesday, July 28, 2009

Rabbits, turtles, cocodriles and much more

These giant rabbits, turtles and more are the creation of the Cracking Art Group. The installation is made by recycling old plastic water bottles.
They are Renzo, Marco, Alex, Carlo, Kicco and William, and I love their job.
I want to go to Italy, right now!!!

All pictures come from Cracking Art Group Website

Lovely Blog: Orange You Lucky

Orange you lucky is a cute blog designed by the Canadian Helen Dardik, an illustrator, designer and a mother of 3 little girls on the lookout for all things fun, fresh and beautiful! ´
We love her job!!!

Friday, July 24, 2009

Maloles or Start Rite?

I dont´t know, all of them are so cute!!! It´s too difficult choosing just one pair . Maybe Catalina needs more than one...

You can get these beautiful shoes and more like them in Little Fashion Gallery

Bambi + Stella McCartney F/W 09-10 Ad Campaign

We love it!!!. Is she Sleeping Beauty?

Photographer: Ryan McGingle/

Place: Worcestershire, West Midlands, England /

Featuring: Sigrid Agren

Tuesday, July 21, 2009

Monday, July 20, 2009

The Girl´s Book of Glamour: Guide to be a Goddess

A really cute book!!!

Baby Deli

We love this place in the heart of Madrid’s Salamanca shopping district. And Baby Deli is everthing, a gourmet market offering a wide range of natural, healthy and ecological items, a workshop and also a cafeteria. Catalina loves everything in this place.
You have to check its website:
The picture comes from Baby Deli website:

Friday, July 17, 2009

Molly Meg: mini-vintage chic

I really love this shop
Molly–Meg is a shop dedicated to bringing 20th Century Modern design icons to the world of children. And Molly is so pleasant...

Thursday, July 16, 2009

Tokio by Taro Miura

The very last book I bought to Catalina is called Tokio, and its author is Taro Miura, and it´s really great.The book tells the story of a little girl named Mito, like Taro's daughter, born at the same time as the book and to whom the work is dedicated, and she is a little girl who visits the Japanese capital for the first time.
"Little Mito will go to Tokyo with her parents, but where will she go? She knows nothing about this city. Where will her parents take her? She only knows that it is far away. That's why they carry so much luggage.
She is so excited that there is no way for her to calm down. She has to race off to find out something about Tokyo. She will ask everyone that she meets in her path.
First she meets a cow, later a spider...".

Very cute book.

And now Catalina wants to travel to Tokio

You can get the book in Spanish bookshops or in


El útimo libro que he comprado a Catalina es Tokio de Taro Miura, y es maravilloso. El libro cuenta la historia de una niña llamada Miro, como la hija de Taro, nacida al mismo tiempo que el libro y a quien está dedicada la obra, y es una niña que visita por primera vez la capital japonesa.
La pequeña Mito se va a Tokio con sus padres, pero ¿a dónde va? No sabe nada de esa ciudad. ¿A dónde la llevan sus padres? Sólo sabe que está lejos. Por eso llevan muchas maletas.
Está tan excitada que no hay forma de que se calme. Tiene que salir a averiguar algo sobre Tokio. Le preguntará a todo aquel que se cruce en su camino.
Primero se encontró a una vaca, luego una araña..."

Puedes conseguir Tokio en librerías españolas o en

Sunday, July 12, 2009

Summer time: Yellow and white by Jottum

All pictures come from Jottum Website

Thursday, July 9, 2009

Her newest Lou Lou Ghost Chair

It was one of her Birthday´s presents. Now, the chair is in the living room, in her bedroom is too much difficult, there isn´t room.


Monday, July 6, 2009