Monthly Archives: June 2011
The other day my brother took me for a boat-ride out to a small green island full of birds. I stepped off the boat and walked barefoot with my nose in the sand looking for small treasures to bring home … Continue reading
Do you remember some months ago I helped style a macaroon shoot with beautiful Ann and Mercedes? I did show you some sneak peak shots I took with my iPhone, but here are some more for you to enjoy. Ann … Continue reading
Herbal tea one morning at our families rustic mountain cottage. The sweet little breeze encouraged the tea to give away a whiff or two every now and then of this sweet aromatic tea. Wishing you all a lovely weekend!
“don’t ask what the world needs. ask what makes you come alive, and go do it. because what the world needs is people who have come alive.” -howard thurman Ann Marie is a dear friend and such an inspiration … Continue reading
As promised, her’s my favorite rustic comfort-food. It’s silky and smooth in texture and has a little sour-cream zing that is surprisingly good. In Norway this is a very traditional dish, oftentimes served in the summer with thin slices of … Continue reading
Last weekend when I was up at our families 200 year old cottage in the Norwegian mountains, cooking was charmingly different than usual. Since this place has no electricity our only source of heat in the kitchen is the wood … Continue reading
‘Yellow necklace made from an old table cloth’. Happy Sunday!
After over thirteen years of absence I found our families hidden spring of crystal clear water on the first try. It was still located across the little stream behind a pine tree that now towered way over my head. The … Continue reading
I’m feeling so inspired these days and are spending many hours of the day in mon petite studio finishing up orders and creating new products. And while creating a mood-board for my new creations I came across these photos from … Continue reading