Bára Dvořáková

Bára Dvořáková

Bára Dvořáková
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Organized Chaos: Where the Wild Things Are watermelon boat

Organized Chaos: Where the Wild Things Are watermelon boat

This collection of Where the Wild Things Are Crafts and Activities has something for everyone...alphabet activities, cooking ideas, sensory fun, and more!

This collection of Where the Wild Things Are Crafts and Activities has something for everyone...alphabet activities, cooking ideas, sensory fun, and more!

sail boat food trays (Max Where the Wild Things Are party)

sail boat food trays (Max Where the Wild Things Are party)

DIY Tutorial: Veggie Boats, Nautical Part Food - Concept + Photos + Styling by Alexis Birkmeyer

DIY Tutorial: Veggie Boats, Nautical Part Food - Concept + Photos + Styling by Alexis Birkmeyer

Where the Wild Things Are first (1st) birthday party wild one food table watermelon melon boat max sail decor tree trunk

Where the Wild Things Are first (1st) birthday party wild one food table watermelon melon boat max sail decor tree trunk

Where the wild things are themed food, watermelon max's boat and island with fruit skewer trees

Where the wild things are themed food, watermelon max's boat and island with fruit skewer trees

Handmade Paper Wall Sconces from AmbientArt.com

Handmade Paper Wall Sconces from AmbientArt.com

This lampshade looks very unique and similar to a leaf. This is why i like it because it projects light down it.

This lampshade looks very unique and similar to a leaf. This is why i like it because it projects light down it.

'Plié' by Olivier Sottas //   The Swiss designer Olivier Sottas presented at this year´s DMY Festival in Berlin ‘Plié’, a series of floor lamps. The lamps are composed of a paper lampshade, which gets its structure and stability from the artful folding, and a base made of thin plywood pieces. Unassembled it can be sent flat-packed. For its lightness and its biodegradable materials ‘Plié’ is impressive in terms of sustainability.

'Plié' by Olivier Sottas // The Swiss designer Olivier Sottas presented at this year´s DMY Festival in Berlin ‘Plié’, a series of floor lamps. The lamps are composed of a paper lampshade, which gets its structure and stability from the artful folding, and a base made of thin plywood pieces. Unassembled it can be sent flat-packed. For its lightness and its biodegradable materials ‘Plié’ is impressive in terms of sustainability.