My Language of Flowers skateboard (yes, there’s a skateboard! no, I don’t skate!) was featured in the UK’s Living Etc. July issue. Sadly, I didn’t get my hands on a copy, but Hannah from Nancy and Betty Studio was kind enough to scan it and send it my way. I love this magazine so I’m completely flattered to have been featured. Thank you!
Check out the range of Language of Flowers products here.
Blogging on a Sunday? Who knew?! My friend Melinda is visiting for the week and she brought the sunshine. You are welcome anytime, friend! Last week Paul and I went to Kulturhavn, which was basically lots of events going on at all the different harbors around town, hence all the balloons and papel picado above. The polaroid is a little sneak peek of an upcoming project I’m stoked to show you. And Friday night we attended the Dansk Dansetheater at Polotigården for Melinda’s birthday. The show wasn’t as good as last year’s but Charlotte did the amazing costumes and we just love the excuse to attend a concert in the amazing police headquarters. It’s outside in the circular courtyard surrounded by pillars. It feels a bit Sound of Music where the Von Trapp’s are singing their final performance before making their escape. Speaking of the Von Trapp’s, we are heading to Vienna and Salzburg this week for a quick trip, do you have any suggestions? I’ve never been but I have a secret wish to love it. We are most definitely doing a Sound of Music tour, and I love Mozart so something Mozart-y? Anyone?
This week Katie will now be doing a monthly playlist for Lars. Wahoo! The Blog’nhagen video was released and I think Liv captured just how much fun we had. Outfit to Room 2, think fluffy stilettos Pixelated post-its photobooth Amanda and Cree Jones tell us what meant the most at their wedding on Brooklyn Bride
I told you more post-its projects would be on their way and here they are! A couple of weeks ago we made some post-its walls for an event (more about that next week) but last week I had some great helpers come to enjoy it some more. This photo booth idea would be perfect for any party or wedding. Add this to the post-its pinata, and you’ve got one fine pixelated party!
Thank you Cecilie, Katarina, JJ, and Hilmar for being fantastic models! And a huge thank you to Amanda Thomsen for working her photography skills. And one last thank you to CaitlinWatson for creating the lovely masks!