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It's that time of the year when there's chocolate everywhere you look and whispers are circulating about how it's okay to have chocolate for breakfast. While little ones daydream about the chocolates they'll receive on Easter Sunday and how big their haul will be in the Easter egg hunt, many parents are thinking about the sugar. So.Much.Sugar. For any parent whose child's wishes sound like they may attempt to eat their body weight in chocolate this...

Cuddly friends to share stories and secrets with are the best, and these are eight special friends for tiny and little ones that we're loving right now!...

What an exciting beginning to the year it has been! For four fun-filled days tiny & little stopped by the NGV Children's Festival with our friends at Meetoo for a paper craft adventure of our own with little ones at our workshop, Paper Threads. Today I'd love for you to come for a peek inside the workshop. Over four days we saw hundreds of fantastic creations by children as they explored fashion and design using paper....

One of the great things about treasure hunts is that you can do them anytime. It doesn't matter if the weather is rainy or sunny, cold or hot, because you can go on a treasure hunt indoors or outside. Kids love exploring and finding a treasure at the end, and there's a lovely educational side to treasure hunts too. Maps teach about following steps and direction, while collecting objects encourages children to go slow and...

Paper Threads A paper couture workshop for the young and young at heart This summer, tiny & little has partnered again with Meetoo and the National Gallery of Victoria (NGV) to bring a fun children's activity to the NGV Children's Festival, Paper Threads. We think children can design amazing clothes and accessories for toys using paper as the fabric and in this free workshop, children will create a fashion accessory for their favourite cuddly. Inspired by Jean Paul...

In a household of artists and DIY fans, paint is found in many spots around my home. Naturally there are acrylics and watercolours that feature in the many artworks, sometimes there's fingerpaint in the fridge, and there's a stash of paint languishing on the shelves in other spots. A quick look around recently uncovered wall paint sample pots as I search for that perfect white and shades of nail polish for our home beauty salons...

Today we're sharing something truly very special - a breathtaking children's garden birthday party by the incredible team at Cake Ink, a Melbourne-based boutique studio that designs mouthwatering cakes and beautiful stationery for celebrations, along with tips and tricks for an easy and cost-effective beautiful dessert table yourself. Lovely! Incredibly pretty, right?! As a special treat, the Cake Ink experts have shared tips and tricks for creating your own dessert...

December has finally arrived, hurrah! Some would say 'tis the season to be jolly and we must agree that it is the season of joy. There are school holidays, religious celebrations, a new year just around the corner and oh so much fun to be had and all of it has us grinning ear to ear. Here in Australia, December marks the arrival of summer and the air is now filled with the scent of sunscreen...

Danish brand Pierrot la Lune has released the second collection since launching in January 2014, and it is DIVINE. Designed by Emilie Ventujol, who learned to sew from her grandmother, the collection is a beautiful tribute to two designers that held a special place in her grandmother's heart, ceramist Gertrud Vasegaard and weaver Lis Ahlmann. In this collection the fabric of a shirt carries the same life as in the ceramist´s vases while the ikat...

Things have been really quiet here at tiny & little for the last month, haven't they! Let's just say there has been a lot of garlic, hankies (well, tissues) and hugs, so many hugs. There have also been sleepless nights, long days and even longer days until we began to wonder when the bad run was going to end. We looked after each other the best we could but I must admit there were times...