…Today was a cold cold day. I have been in the shop selling scarves, warm hats and gloves from morning to evening. Now I’m tired.
The shop is packed with fantastic new things. Or… it sure will be, as soon as I get some unpacking done!
Last picture is a costumer of mine, gracefully wearing a yellow bird brooch. I still LOVE to see things I’ve made in action.
I was up half the night adding 9 of these necklaces to the webshop. All summer I have been making them for the real life shop, but they only seem to become more and more popular. And after a lot of requests I have decided to upload a few of them to the webshop! (there is only 1 of each colour combination available) Hope you like them.
Green shirt and wrangler jeans from ‘Rude’, second hand belt, Bird necklace (gift from Anders).
I am making necklaces… some for my own summer wardrobe and some for the shop. Tomorrow I will show you some more!
I’m still just settling in. It takes time for me to fell at home in new places. Making progress though. Happy Tuesday!
Winter has been going on for a long time now and every time I believe that spring is coming -it starts to snow. The heat in our apartment broke during the night and I am trying to get some work done, wrapped in a big blanket with a cup of tea in my hand. It is ok though, I really like when the daily routine get a little bit messed up.
Wont be long until my new (yep -third try) webshop is ready to be launched. This time in English and now I will finally be able to ship worldwide, Yay!
The picture is an attempt to photograph my earring….
When I travel around I always bring home new stuff for the shop, sometimes I find cool materials like beads, buttons, ribbons or fabric and sometimes I find scarves, belts, jewellery or things like that. I like to sell items that has a funny story to tell and I have always made an effort to find things that you can’t buy any where else -not in Denmark at least:)
I’ve had these badges made in a dark underground tunnel by a Warszawa metro station.
It wasen’t easy because the staff in this tiny shop could not speak one word english and so far I only know three Polish words (they didn’t really work here) so if you think about it, this is a pretty neat result:
The badges are not sale items but just a little gadget for custumers in the shop.
If you live in Copehagen and want one -just stop by and pick it up! And if you don’t live in Copenhagen but really want one, then mail me your name and adress and I’ll post one for you.