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Life is good…

We are having a quiet weekend at my parents house on Samsø. I am trying to get a break from work -but couldn’t help but bring just a small project for the shop (necklace pic 2).


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    Hello Brinja – I stumbled upon your post in tag surfer and saw the picture of your lunch table in the garden, the minute I saw it I knew it had to be in Scandinavia! I’m Swedish but living in Mexico…and my goodness, this post has really made me long for my Swedish summers, there is nothing better! Love your blog as well, and next time i’m in Copenhagen, I will try and pop by!!

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    bare wunderbar June 11, 2011

    Som altid fantastisk dejlige stemningsfulde billeder.. :)
    ville bare lade dig vide at jeg følger med, mest for dine billeder, og fordi jeg er så hamrende imponeret over alt det du laver til dit miniature hus.. det er simpelthen fantastisk cool..

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    lea June 11, 2011

    hvor ser det bare hyggeligt ud!

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    Victoria June 12, 2011

    It is a beautiful life!

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    ida June 12, 2011

    Ah, ren hygge!!

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    Cecilie June 12, 2011

    Hvor er det nogle skønne billeder. Det har da virkelig fanget stemningen ved en god frokost i det fri, på en skøn sommerdag. Er vild med det.

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    Marhya June 12, 2011

    Yes, really it´s good. Happy weekend!!

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    Merel June 12, 2011

    The necklace is matching perfect with the laidback weekend- mood in the other pictures. Love it!

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    lins June 14, 2011

    You are so good at capturing everyday life and making it seem what it actually is, something special. If that makes sense?

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    nina June 14, 2011

    Din blogg er så fin, jeg følger med fra Norge og koser meg med alle de fine bilder. Flott inspirasjon. ha en fin uke;)

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