ArchivesNovember, 2008

28Nov


..best friends has become a text blogger. I call her a text blogger because she is a writer. She writes in norwegian, so therefor I will now describe her blog in norwegian.

Portofritt heter siden hennes og hun skriver de søteste tekster om livet, stor og små hendelser. For de av dere som blant annet elsker loppemarkeder eller er en del av den underlig blogg-verden, vil dere nok kjenne dere igjen i hennes tekster. Unn deg noen minutters lesepause og opplev at du trekker på smilbåndet, det gjorde i alle fall jeg.

Lykke til Portofritt!

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27Nov





..but not always the wrapping.(Unless you don´t buy it from Summerbird) So here´s how my give-away chocolates ended up.

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25Nov

As I promised, here´s the design for the match box that you can download. It´s made for the norwegian boxes that measures 7 x 5 cm.  Just click on the picture and drag the it to your desktop and print. Remember the colours will turn out different on differnt type of papers. I used a matte heavyweight paper, that way the colours turned out a bit bolder.

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24Nov




New design on match boxes. Each year I make new ones for Christmas. Tomorrow I´ll give you the pattern for the dotted one (in different colours), so you can print out your own Ü

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23Nov

Yesterday I checked my sitemeater just to see how many visitors I had latly, and I must admit I got shocked. 700 visitors and 1700 page views on one day! How could that be? Then i found out that the wonderful site Whip Up had linked me and my froebel star. The editor and originator of the site , Kathreen Ricketson, explains Whip Up like this.

“This website has been created in order to bring the best original and exciting crafts to the attention of many. To create a community of artists, crafters and makers and share ideas in a central space.”

It´s so inspiering and I bet you will get a lot of ideas. I know I did.

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ONE OF MY…


..best friends has become a text blogger. I call her a text blogger because she is a writer. She writes in norwegian, so therefor I will now describe her blog in norwegian.

Portofritt heter siden hennes og hun skriver de søteste tekster om livet, stor og små hendelser. For de av dere som blant annet elsker loppemarkeder eller er en del av den underlig blogg-verden, vil dere nok kjenne dere igjen i hennes tekster. Unn deg noen minutters lesepause og opplev at du trekker på smilbåndet, det gjorde i alle fall jeg.

Lykke til Portofritt!

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I LOVE CHOCOLATE…





..but not always the wrapping.(Unless you don´t buy it from Summerbird) So here´s how my give-away chocolates ended up.

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PATTERN FOR YOU

As I promised, here´s the design for the match box that you can download. It´s made for the norwegian boxes that measures 7 x 5 cm.  Just click on the picture and drag the it to your desktop and print. Remember the colours will turn out different on differnt type of papers. I used a matte heavyweight paper, that way the colours turned out a bit bolder.

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MATCH BOX




New design on match boxes. Each year I make new ones for Christmas. Tomorrow I´ll give you the pattern for the dotted one (in different colours), so you can print out your own Ü

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WHIP UP

Yesterday I checked my sitemeater just to see how many visitors I had latly, and I must admit I got shocked. 700 visitors and 1700 page views on one day! How could that be? Then i found out that the wonderful site Whip Up had linked me and my froebel star. The editor and originator of the site , Kathreen Ricketson, explains Whip Up like this.

“This website has been created in order to bring the best original and exciting crafts to the attention of many. To create a community of artists, crafters and makers and share ideas in a central space.”

It´s so inspiering and I bet you will get a lot of ideas. I know I did.

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