Hello and welcome to the Kids Teepee Tent blog, my little corner of the internet dedicated to kids interior design, mindful living and play time!
I would like to introduce you to a lovely, creative mum I met via Instagram, Dilya Ehrhardt, a Russian lady living in Germany. Having worked previously as an art director within an advertising firm you can see she has a creative eye and flair for using colour, since becoming a mum to her 2 children Dilya has been turning her hand to children’s styling and is now one of my favourite insta collaborators, the images she creates with her clever styling arrangements and great product selection are gaining her a quickly growing audience and it’s not difficult to see why…here are a selection of her images.
(she painted this gorgeous wall herself based on the amazing wall treatments of Peek & Pack). I told you she is creative. Anyone else what to see a photo of the Moozle teepee by that wall?!
Follow Dilya on Instagram for more inspiring kids interior and fashion here – @nyearthur
Dilya and her children have the MIDI size Moozle teepee, available here.
To see more behind the scenes images, what’s inspiring me right now, customer photos and other work with collaborators come and join me on Instagram here, don’t forget to say ‘hi’ x
Here is what I use to make my hummus, I make it each week and often use it as a quick and nutritious lunch on rye bread or with salad I also use it as a low fat alternative to butter in sandwiches (or jacket potatoes).
1 jar of chickpeas (I use jars as I can easily recycle the glass) rinsed
1 tbsp of Tahini
Juice of 1 lemon
2 – 3 tbsp good strong extra virgin olive oil
1 large or 2 smallish cloves of garlic
Pinch of salt (optional)
smoked paprika and extra olive oil to dress (optional)
Dash of cold water to get your desired consistency
Just whizz all of the ingredients together in a jug or bowl with a hand blender stick or in a food processor and that’s it! Really just as simple as that. Store in the fridge for about 3 days. Use as a healthy snack with vegetable sticks when you get the munchies.Great for packed lunches and picnics, pre-dinner nibbles with drinks also makes great kids lunch or party food with pita fingers, carrot sticks, cucumber, red pepper…bread sticks! I keep mine in a jar so it is good for on-the-go and you can wash and re-use the jar 🙂