This porcelain collection for Rörstrand by illustrator Lovisa Burfitt – is so very nice. A must have to me. Some day. Right now I’m in a minimize-my-life-period. How much do I need – space – things – kitchenware – time – food – square meter garden – and is it really important? And I think Mademoiselle Oiseau would make me smile every morning, lunch and night. But as I’m minimizing everything and I have a dozen mugs, glasses and all kinds of kitchenware I don’t use or need, and I’m so lucky to have plenty of good people that makes me smile everyday… I will enjoy the porcelain from Rörstrand here – for now.
PHOTO + ILLU: Rörstrand
Emma had her sixth birthday the first of May. She always chooses how her birthday cake should look like. This year she wanted “a green grass meadow with lots of flowers on”. My son’s choice at his birthday a month ago was Tigger (Emma’s wish was a bit more realistic!). I had one evening (+night!) to make it including marzipan flowers. It was filled with an oh so good italian lemon cream and I made a green fluffy vanilla topping (it was delicious but I’m not sure it should turn out that creamy!?!). The girl loved it! The mum was rather boosted after the party.
These I like! Images filled up with fruity summer bright colors
and geometric shapes by Christopher Dina.
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Can get my hands down – spring is all over Copenhagen. Found the above via aprilandmay ♥ spring on a plate – what a cute idea!
Yellow Mug - Jenni Juurinen
Pink Balloon - byAprilandMay, Maren Losing
Spring on a plate – source unknown via Simple Blueprint
If you get the chance visit North Jutland in Denmark. The tiny town called Loenstrup (Lønstrup) is full of creative boutiques some are interesting some are just creative. I totally fell for this one: Giebelhausen Ceramic. Bright colors all over which really makes you smile. Enjoy the shop here.
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