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June 20, 2011

Buttons and The Pipal @ MUMBAI: By invitation only exhibition

BUTTONS, the baby co. will be launching their FLOATING EXHIBITION PREVIEW on Monday, June 27th 2011.

With a sweltering summer already underway, they have the perfect antidote for your kids to muggy weather: the perfect summer dress for your 3 month old or a stylish cotton shirt with a pair of shorts for your 5 year old, perfect for a birthday party or even a family dinner. Buttons brings to you the best international brands for kids out there.
From Rompers to Summer Dresses to T-shirts to Swimwear...
In Association with The Pipal they also bring to you a range of customizable kids products such as body cushions, curtains, bedding sets, quilts, crib bedding, bath ponchos and towels etc.

The concept of Little Pipal products is "PERSONALIZED" and "CUSTOMIZED". Everything can be personalized with words of your choice and customized in colours and sizes according to your specifications.

Gallery Amon

Gallery AMON, Sahakar Niwas, 25, Ground Floor (Gate adjoining Mega Stationers)
Next to SOBO Central Mall, Near Haji Ali, Tardeo, Mumbai 400034

Monday, 27th June 2011

11:00 am - 7:00 pm

For invites, please contact:
Nisha Castelino
Email: [email protected]
Phone: +91 9820006006

See you there!

June 2, 2011

Is your refrigerator cluttered with magnets?

Mine is...or rather was! Until I created a magnet wall...

Well, the problem with magnets is you run out real estate on the refrigerator so fast! So, when we recently got our house painted, I decided to experiment with a magnet display wall.

We stuck small strips of iron sheets with fevibond (any strong glue will do) at intervals. These strips are used by painters to apply putty or plaster of paris to the walls before painting. This is a quick and inexpensive solution.

An alternative solution is to get metal strips cut in long length and drilled into the walls (they don't stick so easily with fevibond). The advantage is that you can create zig zag lines or a grid to put up your magnets.

Of course, we added the wall stickers to make it a train magnet wall :) And, since there is so much more space than the fridge, we use it to display school artwork, cards, pictures besides the magnets :) The magnets act as anchors!

Next time I intend to create a bigger wall for sure :)

Any interesting ways you use to put up magnets? Send me an email with your ideas at [email protected] so we can share it with our readers.