In the paper!

There is an article about me and my mini-home in the Danish newspaper “Berlingske tidende” today, it is written by Sara Skarum who found me though this blog. The pictures (in the paper) is by Nicolai Linares.

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Once again I’m surprised by how people find this project fascinating, it makes me so flattered. When I first started out two years ago I would never had thought anyone but me would be interested. Seems I was wrong…

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I haven’t  done much to the mini-home recently . I’ve  been in a  slow-moving-phase working on the house but things like these makes me really motivated, it is such a wonderful compliment. Now I can’t wait to build something, I’m just not sure what?

23 Comments

  1. Reply
    Maria September 20, 2009

    Hvor fedt! :) Jeg forstår da helt klart godt fascinationen af dit byggeprojekt.. Det er jo ligesom at have et dukkehus, bare en helt eksakt kopi af ens hjem. Jeg ville lege med det hver dag hvis jeg havde sådan et i hvert fald ;D

  2. Reply
    lisakjellerød September 20, 2009

    Well done! The picture of you poking through the door is so cute!

  3. Reply
    Emilia September 20, 2009

    Øj hvor sejt!! Super kompliment!!

  4. Reply
    ana September 20, 2009

    I find your miniature project so amusing. I stumbled on this post today, if you ever buy Eames :) http://rotikapdamakan.blogspot.com/2009/08/any-chair-12.html

  5. Reply
    Katrine September 20, 2009

    Hvor er det fedt Brinja!
    Jeg er allermest fascineret af din tålmodighed og ikke mindst kreativitet ift. at finde ting, der kan bruges til at skabe minimøblerne – fx. et plastic-vinglas… :)

  6. Reply
    Louise September 20, 2009

    Hejsa!
    Jeg har set artiklen i Berlingske i dag. Jeg kendte en, der brugte bordtennisbolde til at lave en miniature PH lampe ud af, hvis din model også er en af de klassiske a la PH 5.

    Mvh Louise

  7. Reply
    Anne-Marie September 20, 2009

    Hvor er det bare sejt gået…men det er også et unikt projekt!

  8. Reply
    lea September 20, 2009

    hvor ser det godt ud brinja! det er altså også fascinerende med det dukkehus : ) flotte billeder!

  9. Reply
    kaylovesvintage September 20, 2009

    well done& I love it

  10. Reply
    Brit September 20, 2009

    Oh how fun!! Congratulations! The pictures are great!

  11. Reply
    ne September 20, 2009

    sjovt

  12. Reply
    SusannRomy September 21, 2009

    Oh Brinja, this is huge! You look stunning in all the pictures! It must feel so incredibly awesome to have your hobby shown in a national newspaper! Congrats!

  13. Reply
    Alice September 21, 2009

    Good job!! I’m so happy for you! It must feel nice that your hard work has paid off. After all it is a very lovely mini house. :)

  14. Reply
    parisa mahmoudi September 21, 2009

    Congratulations dear Brinja !!!!! :)
    Bravooooo,this mini house is fantastic !!!!!
    All the pics are great !!!

  15. Reply
    trinsch September 21, 2009

    wow! det maa jo vaere superfantastisk at se sit vaerk i avisen. og berligeren er jo ikke en hvilken som helst avis.

    dit projekt er ioevrigt helt skoent! taenk at have sit eget lille minihjem!

  16. Reply
    mette/ungt blod September 21, 2009

    sejt brinja -faktisk vidste jeg godt, at det var på vej, for jeg arbejder på avisen og så billederne i databasen for et stykke tid siden :)

  17. Reply
    bba September 21, 2009

    Flot Flot Flot Brinja

  18. Reply

    oh congrats from me to – how very exciting!

  19. Reply
    Kristina September 22, 2009

    HAH! Hvor sejt!
    Og ØV! at jeg ikke købte avisen :o(

  20. Reply
    Sohyun HA September 23, 2009

    I love your blog. I accidentally found your blog one month ago. I could not stop to see your all pages. I really want to learn how to make a mini house. I love Tasha Tutor’s doll houses.
    You are great!

  21. Reply
    Steen September 23, 2009

    Haven’t seen this site before. Very nice work you are doing! I very much like you doing a lot of the stuff yourself. I love miniatures myself nd find it very relaxing. BTW: You can get a lot of doll house accessories in Model & Hobby in Frederiksborggade, CPH – one of my favourite model shops.

  22. Reply
    lina September 23, 2009

    this is fantastic! congratulations brinja!

  23. Reply
    brinja September 25, 2009

    Ana: Thank you for the link :-)

    Louise: Bordtennisbolde, det er en virkelig god ide, tusind tak for tippet!

    Mette: Hvor skægt, Danmark er bare et lille land hva? :)

    Sohyun HA: So glad you like it, thank you!

    Steen: Hey there, I have never meet another miniature-enthusiast before -thank you for the comment :) I do know the shop in Frederiksborggade it is such a great place!

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