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LEADER 8 +WHITE 20 H A P P I N E S S 22 N U R S E RY Baby Little Parsley 6 years Little figur 38 O N L I N E S TORE 44 D I Y Cakestand Cupcakes Lovebugs Rosette Pendants 62 N E E D L E + T HREAD T-shirt dress Crochet dress Skirt 72 S E E D S & F L OWERS 88 T H A N K S !

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There. Finally. Done! It´s with a good mix of horror and F R Y D that I write these words. After several hours of work, though the-I-like-to-best work, I am incredibly excited. Excited and a bit proud. Proud because I have finally done something I’ve dreamed of doing for a long time. Namely, to create my own little magazine.

I hope you like the magazine, and at best let yourself be inspired.

Best greetings

Jeanette Lunde

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We don’t see things as they are. We see them as we are. - Piet Hein -

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My starting point White My blank canvas I feel calm and at peace Harmony No secrets Joy What I choose to color stands in nice contrast to the white No secrets Light Shadows A ladybird Slowly Almost balancing Over the chair No secrets White My argument My secret

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– M. Gandhi

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NURSERY

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Lille Persille i hagen står, lysegrønn kjole og krusete hår Hvorfor så stille, Lille Persille? Kanskje du ville på ball i år? - Inger Hagerup -

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“Give your children love, and even more love, so will common sense come by itself. “ 32

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colour inn LILLE FIGUR

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online

Theres probably many like me, that wish they had their own little online shop, but are afraid of the hustle and bustle or just has the scary feeling.

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For me it was both. But then I took courage to me and happily found that there was neither. There are several good ways to start a online shop. Heres some information about the solutions I have experienced. SHOP AS BLOG This is the least sophisticated way, but that takes most time. You make a blog that shows the goods, prices and contact information. Customer emails, and you do deals like this. You have to make sure that the inventory parts and you must follow orders. I started like this, but thought it was a bit messy. PAYPAL The first thing you should do is to open an account at PayPal.com. This account you can charge with and pay with. It is very easy to use and above all safe. It’s free to open a PayPal account and transfer funds from your bank account to your PayPal account. It occurs charges in other cases. Upon receipt of payment for goods and services, it costs 5% of sales amount. SHOP WITH... Epla, DaWanda or Etsy? Epla.no is Norwegian. DaWanda.com is European. Etsy.com is American. Once you have decided just follow the instructions. It does not matter if you have one or twenty products to sell. Anyone can!

EPLA.NO It costs nothing to open a EplaBasic store, and you pay nothing until your product has been sold. When your product is sold, you pay £ 5, - + 5% commission on the selling price. Epla register how much you sell each month and send an email with payment information to you at the end of the month. DAWANDA.COM It cost nothing to open a DaWanda shop. You will be charged 5% of the selling price (without shipping cost). Invoicing via mail in mid-month. ETSY.COM It costs 20 cents for each item you sell. Then it costs 3.5% of the selling price when you sell your product. Invoicing via email at the end of each month. SOME • • • •

ADVANTAGES You are together with many others, so chance to make new contacts is great. It is automatic taken inventory when someone buy from you. You receive payment immediately. You are constantly being updated by mail of your sales.

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C A K E S TA N D YOU NEED: plates smal plates vases pencil & ruler glue based for glass Cute and tough, you decide. Surch at the flea market,in the secondhand-store or in grandma´s shelves of old plates, bowls and vases. A tip for making the cakestand; the broader vases, the less space on the plate. Measure your way to the middle of the plate so that the cakestand is straight. Start with the largest plate in the bottom and finish with the smallest on top. Fasten together with glue based for glass.

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100 g butter 2 eggs 1 1 / 2 dl sugar 3 dl flour 1 teaspoon baking powder 1 teaspoon vanilla extract 3 tablespoons honey cinnamon & cardamom In oven for 12 min, 225 C Stir eggs and sugar until eggnog. Melt and cool butter, add honey. Mix everything together until smooth and fill the cupcake molds. Purple sugar is easy to make. Mix a few drops of red and blue food coloring and mix it with the sugar. Decorating time.

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LOVEBUGS

I saw this idea in a magazine once and never got it of my mind. YOU NEED: black, thick paper scissors + glue deep frame a little imagination Fold sheet in half and cut. If you find it difficult it might help to draw the forms in advance. Fold out and frame your lovebugs.

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YOU NEED: tissue paper scissors string

Add three tissue paper up on each other and cut wide strips, about 15 cm x 30 cm. Fold the accordion. Tie a string over the middle and fold out the side so you get a fan. Take each tissue paper and fold it up against string. Do the same on the other side. Make many and bind them on a string or decorate a gift with a sweet flower.

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PENDANTS YOU NEED: old book pencil & ruler scissors paint string sewing machine or glue Tear the sheets neatly out of the book. Find the middle of the short side of the paper and draw the flag shape with pencil and ruler. Paint the sheets rough with the desired color, I chose gold. Let the paint dry and cut out. Sew or glue pennants on string with desired spacing.

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T- S H I R T- D R E S S Cute, fluffy dresses for hot summerdays. YOU NEED: t-shirt

Cut t-shirt just under its arm. The first piece of fabric should be about 20 cm wider than the

scissors & needles t-shirt. Other fabric piece 20 cm wider than the first fabric two different fabrics piece. Like this the dress gets a slightly A-shape. sewing machine The height of the fabric depends on the dress size and desired length. Sew the fabric in the width. Fit the first fabric to the t-shirt and fold evenly around the place. Do the same with the next fabric piece. Easy like that, you have a cute little dress!

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GRANDMAS SHEETS & SQUARES Sweet contrasts and soft fabrics. YOU NEED: cotton yarn x 3 scissors & needles

If you know how to crochet granny squares, you can make this dress. Again, be based on a dress you already have.

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dress size. In this example there are 12 squares on the first row, then 4 (front and back) and finally 3 (front and rear). A total of 26 squares. Having attached threads and crochet the squares together, crochet a border around the entire piece. End it all with a wave edge and straps. A tip; team straps a bit long so that the button can be moved and the dress lasts a bit longer. The fabric should be about 20 -30 cm wider one the top. Sew the skirt along the side before attaching it to the top and make folds evenly around. Sew together the two parts. Welcome summer!

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SKIRT An old soft quilt and a colorful tablecloth = skirt. YOU NEED:

Start with a skirt you already have

scissors & needles and cut fabric 1 to the desired width. three different fabrics Fabric 2 is measured to be 30 cm wider pants tricks than the first fabric, and fabric 3 sewing machine 20 cm wider than fabric 2. Sew the ends of each fabric together before putting them into a skirt. Make the folds evenly and do the top edge a bit wide so you can fit the pants tram. Good luck!

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MY GARDEN Patience. Maybe not my strongest side, but I have learned that it is a necessity. We have a large garden. Old plants, new plants, lots of lawn, moss, large chestnut trees, white lilacs, fruit trees, raspberries, herbs, rabarbera, weeds, kitchen garden and a small field. The first year I spent to become acquainted with the garden. Then I started to move the plants, create groups of lowers, both around the house and barn. However, large garden needs large plants. Many plants. It began with a few seeds from my friend Pia. I was hooked. I became a seed-collecter Wherever I am I collect cuttings, tubers and seeds. Also from my own plants. The seeds I put in small envelopes with either the name or description on. A small secluded Columbus has provided seeds for the hole garden. Foxgloves I found at the roadside in the Siljan on my way to the cabin. Strawberryplants from an old plot. All that is left are the remains of an old wall and some wonderful strawberry plants. Now also in our small field. Great Priestcollars are spread throughout the land. For every year new seeds and new plants. New possibilities. I look forward to the continuation.

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Thank you! To all of you who inspires me, To the bloggers who share thoughts, pictures and words My dear; Geir + Mathea + Alma Special thanks to those who have downloaded the magazine “by Fryd�

Beat wishes Jeanette

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