Tuesday, May 20, 2008

Polkadot Fever

Ik weet niet meer wanneer het begon,
het was nog voor Meron begon met Flamenco dansen (en dus de nodige schoentjes en jurk moest aanschaffen).
De bolletjes-rage: overal waar we kwamen en er werd een rood-met-witte-bolletjes-ding gespot, werden de oren van mijn hoofd gezaagd;-(
Nu is ons huis er vol van:
- Polkadot kindertheeserviesje
- polkadot balpennen
- Polkadot pennezak
- oma's zelgemaakte Polkadot rok (voor elke zus eentje)
- Polkadot-jurk
- polkadot sjaal
- polkadot pop
- polkadot haarband
- polkadot kaftpapier
- ....
Alleen kleine broer heeft de polkadot koorts nog niet tepakken.
Zin in een polkadot-ding, maak hier je keuze:
2.Hippe warmwaterkruik van Anne-claire Petit
3. flamenca jurk van aapnootmees
4. Grote zus met polkadot topje
5. Homemade pin met vilten bloemetjes en polkadot lint
6. Dottie Retro Swimmie
7. beret van dadaya
8. sewn art van the Flashbulb
9. Kleine zus met polkadot jurkje
10 kleine broer in superman marcelletje
11. flamenca schoentjes van aapnootmees
12. happy Dots feestslinger van Engelpunt

I can't remember when it began: the Polkadot-fever.
It was long before Meron took courses flamenco and needed a polkadot dress and shoes.
Everywhere we came and the girls spotted a polkadot-thing, my purse wasn't safe anymore;-)Nowadays, the house is full of Polkadots:
- Polkadot shoes
- Polkadot dress
- Polkadot balpoint
- Polkadot tea set
- Polkadot scarf
- Polkadot puppet
- polkadot wrapping paper,
only little brother escaped that polkadot fever, he's into superman;-p

Want to grab a polkadot thing?
1.Red Apple Magnets
2.Hippe warmwaterkruik by
Anne-claire Petit
3. flamenca- dress by
4. Big sister with a polkodot halter top
5. Homemade pin with felt flowers en polkadot ribbon
6. Dottie Retro Swimmie
beret by dadaya
8. sewn art by the
9. little sister in a polkadot dress
10 little brother in a superman marcel
11. flamenca schoes by aapnootmees
12. happy Dots partyflags by
The teapot in the first picture is a creation of me and my daughter Maia.
Polka dot is a pattern consisting of dots. Polka dot patterns are quite variable: they range from a series of dots that are equally spaced and sized to a random arrangement of multicoloured dots of different sizes. Polka dots are most commonly seen on children's clothing, toys, and furniture, but they appear in a wide array of contexts. The pattern rarely appears in formal contexts, however, and is generally confined to more playful attire such as bathing suits. Occasionally white on black regularly spaced polka dots appear on more formal clothing.
While polka dots are ancient, they first became common on clothing in the late nineteenth century in Britain. At the same time polka music was extremely popular and the name was also applied to the pattern, despite no real connection between them.