The miniature-blackboard-wall is new. I think you’ve seen the rest before.

I did some unintentional moving around the furnitures (real life! -not mini-world) again last Weekend -I never plan to do so, but it seems to happen pretty often anyway :) -All I intended to do was move a single painting or something like that -then the next thing I know everything around it looks a bit wrong and of course I have to move that to.

Anders usually comes home laughing and shaking his head at all these silly projects I’ve got going. -Unfortunately now I have to ask him for help, after being pregnant and therefore not allowed to lift heavy furniture…

Anyway, the point is; I have new work to do in the miniature home.

Happy Thursday everyone!


  1. Reply
    Marie Belgium October 8, 2009

    So cute (in real life & miniature home) !

  2. Reply
    linstyle October 9, 2009

    I actually thought the first photo was your actual house!

  3. Reply
    ne October 9, 2009

    Have you started to name all your post by the weekday?

    • Reply
      brinja October 10, 2009

      Ne: No, not intentionally, just don’t feel very inventive these days…

  4. Reply
    Sam October 10, 2009

    Fantastic Brinja!! Have a lovely weekend!

  5. Reply
    Alice October 10, 2009

    Ah, Brinj! I love mini-world! It looks good enough to live there too! I totally love the miniature messenger bag; its so cute!

    You should make dollhouses and sell them in your shop!

    • Reply
      brinja October 10, 2009

      Alice: Considering this dollhouse has already taken me two years -and I’m not done yet, I think they would be a bit to expensive in the end :-)

  6. Reply
    trinsch October 15, 2009

    tillykke tillykke! hvor skoent med en baby pa vej :)

  7. Reply
    jehanna November 30, 2009

    Hi! I’m wondering if you could give me some tips about where i can find the stuff to build a dollhouse. I’ve allready made furnitures, but now i want to make the house! So.. Where did you get the materials for walls, furnitures and so on? :)
    Thanks for at wonderful blog! I love it!

    • Reply
      brinja December 3, 2009

      jehanna and Sundig: Hi there, the house is made out of wood, I did the exact measurements of my walls and floors and had them cut out at the local “wood-work-store” The windows are made with vinyl-past and it’s all collected with glue and lots of small nails. Thanks for commenting! let me know if you have any questions :)

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    christelle June 24, 2011

    hi Brinja! can you please tell me the name of the little seat in front of the desk (the real one) it looks like the Eames longe chair, and i’ve never seen it before!
    i’m a big fan of your work!! thanx for sharing with us!!

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    christelle June 24, 2011

    best regards!!

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