We at the Lala family enjoy many a wacky thing, one of which being food on a stick. Something about holding a piece of wooded goodness in your hand that brings on all sorts of childhood memories. Sitting in front of the campfire roasting hotdogs and marshmallows. The smell of smoke and cut grass and sweaty Paulie Smitty sitting next to you. Ahh, heaven. As a mother of two, I have had the pleasure of passing on the same stick fascination to my boys. We discuss food-on-stick possibilities on the way to school mostly. The favorite being their future "Sticky Buns" kiosk selling donuts and cinnamon buns on a stick. Move over Cinnabuns. While perusing the internet, I found that we're not the only ones attracted by stick food phenomenon. Check these beauties out. I only wish I had come up with them.
Exciting times for Lala's Pequenos as we are developing our children's clothing line!
One of the concepts behind the line is the use of eco-freindly fabrics. Soy, organic cotton, and organic jersey are all going to be incorporated. Sourcing fun, colorful eco fabrics used to be very difficult but thanks to companies like Spoonflower, finding fabric to use is so much fun. Spoonflower makes it possible for individuals to design, print and sell their own fabric designs. Unlike conventional textile manufacturing, digital printing entails very little waste of fabric, ink, water or electricity. Spoonflower prints using eco-friendly, water-based pigment inks on natural fiber textiles. You can choose from a variety of fabulous designs from their shop and order the type of fabric you will need. Some of our favorites include: