Fashionkins // Golden Daydreams

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Babiekins Magazine | Fashionkins // Floral Daydreams

Babiekins Magazine | Fashionkins // Floral Daydreams

This gorgeous editorial is photographed by Li Nana Photo and all clothing provided by Ladida.com

Craftykins // Tropical Easter

Create a tropical feeling for easter.  You will need just a few supplies, as follows:

 + white eggs
 + yellow color for coloring the eggs (take an intensive yellow)
 + green cardstock
 + glue
 + scissors
How to make:
Start with making a hole into the upper and lower end to the eggs and blow them. Wash them properly and go on with coloring the eggs in a bowl. Let them dry.
Meanwhile you can cut out the leaves from the green paper. It will take a a little while, because you have to wait until the fresh glued parts are dried.
For the finish: get a better effect by shaping the leaves by curling them slightly.
Enjoy!

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Tropical Easter // Annelie Klein

Travelkins // Dragon Castle

My son, like most toddlers, loves to explore and to imaginative play – lately he has been spending most of his afternoons in our front yard slaying dragons with sticks. Because of my son’s love of castles and dragons, we took a drive to Königswinter, a city/summer resort on the right bank of the Rhine River in Germany. We went to Schloss Drachenburg, a mixture of a Villa-Mansion and Castle built atop a summit with an impressive view of  Königswinter and the Rhine river. The summit also has the ruins of a castle built in the early 12th century, known to the locals as Drachenfels, because a cave in the hill is said to have sheltered a dragon (German=Drachen) that was slain by the hero Seigfried. My son may not be Seigfried, but once he was on the summit with his wooden sword there was no dragon that could get in his way from protecting his princess (a.k.a. mama).

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