Anthropologie catalog

Anthropologie catalog
Anthropologie catalog
Anthropologie catalog

I picked the holiday Anthropologie catalog up and I am completely enamored by the styling for the children's section. I want to go out and find some cardboard to make robots, animals and other crazy things and that hand stitched gigantic book "Monsters of the Household Variety by Ruth Ashton, very clever.

14 comments:

lindsey and kelsey said...

Oh my goodness. That is the cutest thing ever! I want to make a cardboard robot costume and find a child to put in it.

devoted lurker,
kelsey

Saltina said...

Do it! One of my favorite things from my childhood is the cardboard periscope my dad made for me. Good memories....

Melissa said...

I'm always trying to get my kids to make fun things out of boxes. I used to make my own Barbie houses and they were so much better than those plastic ones (atleast that's what I told myself:)

Erin @ SYL: Slipcover Your Life said...

Def. agree! The styling is amazing!

Jess said...

haha i saw that in the catalog too. It was so adorable!

monica burnett said...

i was thrilled when i saw this catalog, i love it when they feature the kids clothes!!

http://monicaburnett.blogspot.com/

C said...

grrr, how fantastic is that cardboard Lion? I'd like one of that for my foyer!

Who Sees the Seven. said...

That first little boy in the robot/monster box?! Oh. My. Cute. Anthropologie continues to amaze and execute the most perfect catalog stylings.

mart and lu said...

how cute is this?! this is fantastic! i love love this post!

Vivi said...

I didn't even know they did stuff. Fun pixs!

Brandi said...

Me too! While flipping through the mail, I got my husband's attention, pointed to the boy in the robot, and said: When we have a child, we are making him this costume.

Lucas Jones said...

omg! SO CUTE. i love the cardboard outfit!



http://www.lucasjonesart.blogspot.com

Ariel Gordon said...

These are so cute. I just wrote about them over on my blog.

I also gave you a little bit of blog love too. You one of my daily reads. Keep up the great work :)
xo,
Ariel

http://arielgordonjewelry.blogspot.com/2009/11/one-lovely-blog-award.html

christi said...

i was too! i saved all the pages i adored in my little white box for the future! how cute would some of these things be in a kids play? perfect dress up fun!

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