Our favorite time of year is here—the season of giving! To get you in the gifting spirit, we’ve handpicked the season’s most unique styles to make your holiday shopping that much easier. Stop by the gift shop to find something special for every little citizen on your list.
‘Tis the season for family photos! While the task may seem daunting, we’ve got you covered when it comes to the outfits. Love a dress for your daughter, but not sure what will work for your son? Not to worry! We’ve put together six picture-perfect outfits to inspire the whole family.
Old, new, tried-and-true: every year, families across the globe come together to ring in the holidays with their own unique blend of traditions. This season, in an effort to take a slightly different approach to celebrating, Sara Arrington, Tea mom and blogger of Little Bits of Us, is here to share her list of ten holiday traditions to try.
Whether headed to the mountains to catch the first snowfall of the season, or sticking around town to spend a cozy holiday at home, sweaters are undoubtedly part of the plans. Just in time for family photos and those annual holiday sweater parties, we’ve got the cutest matching styles for brothers and sisters, big and small.
Time to string the lights, turn up the holiday tunes, and bring on the cheer! Whether you’re looking for a unique tabletop accent to rest your hot cocoa or eggnog on, or are on the hunt for a thoughtful and thrifty gift, these DIY tile coasters will do the trick. A fun project for you and your little citizens, they’re festive, functional and feature unique Scots-inspired Tea prints. Follow along for the fun!
Make it a holiday full of stories! Inspired by the folklore of Scotland, our legendary tees tell quite a tale! From front to back, each one-of-a-kind graphic has its own unique story, making them the perfect gift for curious little citizens!
Hello, holidays! It’s hard to believe you’re already here, but mailboxes and inboxes are quickly filling with friendly invites to all sorts of festive affairs, so we know we’re not dreaming.
Cue the carts! It’s time to start picking out the perfect outfits for you and your little crew. To help make it easy, we’ve rounded up a handful of hashtag-worthy holiday looks from a few of our favorite Tea moms! Because when it comes to dressing our best, we all love a little inspiration.
Snow globes date back to the early 19th century in France. In 1889, a snow globe containing a model of the newly built Eiffel Tower was produced to commemorate the International Exposition in Paris. Snow globes became popular in England and in the early 1920s, crossed the Atlantic to the US where they became a popular collectors item.
In the 40s, the snow globes became a way to advertise. In the 50s, the glass objects became available in plastic. Today’s globes can be found with music boxes, internal lights and moving parts. In this DIY, you’ll learn how to assemble a simple mason jar snow globe.