No Shirt, No Shoes, No Dice
It goes without saying that the new Petit Collage Garlands, available for pre-order now, are utterly adorable—perfect for whatever pink-hued nursery or flowery baby shower, or cucumber-sandwiched tea party you happen to place them into. Lorena Siminovich, the mastermind behind Petit Collage, excels at creating modern, colorful art objects whose form and function are always perfectly pitched.
But I got to thinking—with eighty alphabet and animal tiles, and five yards of ribbon to hang your garlands, you don’t have to be limited to such niceties as “Happy Birthday” or “Welcome Baby.” Maybe you want to spice it up a little bit, or maybe the kind of events you’re throwing don’t quite fall into the run-of-the-mill soirees.
Like what about this for a very special going away party?
Or maybe you want something for an Arrested Development viewing party.
Or perhaps you need a sign to make it clear to your customers how you feel about health codes.
What about hanging “I hate Mondays” at your workstation? Or “These are not the droids you’re looking for” for a Star Wars-themed party. Or “don’t forget the Tabasco sauce” for a build-your-own Bloody Mary party?
I could do this all day.
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