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Welcome to our Summer Issue! On the following pages, weâ€™re including some of our favorite ideas to spice up your summer. We guide you to some delicious treats and some handmade decorations that is fun to make with the kids. We have collected some of our favourite designers to show you the best from Scandinavia. We hope you will enjoy this issue. Have a happy summer!
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SUMMER TIME On the following pages, weâ€™re including some of our favorite ideas to spice up your summer. We guide you to some delicious treats and some handmade decorations that is fun to make with the kids. Have a happy summer! 12
SWEET SUMMER TREATS PHOTO BY MONICA BACH
WATERMELON LEMONADE COOLER Makes approx. 1.5 liters Summertime means one thing: cool refreshing drinks to sip on! We’ve taken a spin on the classic lemonade and added fresh watermelon juice for a fun pink twist. TIP: For a beautiful summertime look, we froze little flowers in our ice cubes. A simple pretty detail sure to impress! 1 watermelon 200 ml freshly squeezed lemon juice (approx. 6 lemons) 150g sugar water bubbly water (with gas)
Cut up the watermelon, removing the rind. Juice it by either running it through a juicer or pureeing in the blender and then pouring it through a sieve to remove any pulp or seeds. Set aside. Make a simple syrup of .5 liter of water and 150g sugar. Dissolve the sugar in the water on the stove over medium heat. Let cool. Juice the lemons (can be done by hand). Pour the watermelon juice, lemon juice and sugar mixture into a large pitcher. Chill. Serve with freshly sliced lemons, ice cubes and a bit of bubbly water for a sassy finish! Recipe courtesy of Erin Eberhardt Chapman
BANANA SPLIT BITES Makes approx. 12 bits You know the famous ice cream treat, and we’ve simplified it into a cute little party snack! A perfect sweet finger food to nibble on… 100g dark chocolate, melted 4 medium bananas 100ml whipping cream Decorative sprinkles of your choice Cherries or jelly beans Melt the chocolate. Cut the bananas into 12 equal pieces. Pour the sprinkles in a bowl. Dip the bananas in the melted chocolate and then gently coat them in sprinkles. Place on a baking sheet or plate covered with parchment paper. 18
Chill the chocolate coated bananas until the chocolate is hardened. Whip the cream until light and fluffy. Top off the bananas with the whipped cream and a cherry or jelly bean. Store in refrigerator until ready to eat. NOTE: This recipe is best made just before you are ready to serve, as the bananas may brown a bit after they are peeled. Recipe courtesy of Erin Eberhardt Chapman
CRISPY MARSHMALLOW TREATS WITH WHITE CHOCO#TE TOPPING Makes 24 small squares
Transfer mixture to the prepared baking pan. Using your hands and a piece These little crispy, chewy treats are is so of parchment paper (when warm, the easy and so fast, you won’t believe it! We’ve marshmallow mixture will be quite sticky), decorated them with an extra touch of press the mixture evenly down into the pan swirled white chocolate topping – beautifully to make the mixture more dense and tightly sweet! packed in the pan. Let cool completely for 30-45 minutes. 55 g butter Melt the white chocolate. Take about 300g large marshmallows 1/3 of the melted chocolate and put it in 200g crisp rice cereal (f.ex. Rice Krispies) another bowl. Add a few drops of your 300g white chocolate favorite coloring and mix well. food coloring of your choice Spread the white melted chocolate over the treats. Then scoop spoonfuls of the Generously grease a baking dish (ca. colored chocolate randomly on the top. 20x30cm) with butter. Run a knife back and forth through all the In a large saucepan, slowly melt the butter white and colored chocolate to create a on low heat. Add the marshmellows and pretty swirled pattern. Let cool completely stir constantly until completely melted. until the chocolate topping is hardened. Remove from heat. Quickly add the rice Cut into small squares or cut out with a cereal to the melted marshmellow mixture round cookie cutter and enjoy! and stir until the cereal is well coated. (Be careful, the marshmellow mixture Recipe courtesy of Erin Eberhardt Chapman & will be hot) Grace Wilson Løvig, American Pie cookbook. 20
MAGIC COOKIE BARS Makes approx. 24 cookie bars This is a great recipe to make with your kids. It’s so easy, it’s like magic! They taste like a dreamy rich candy bar and we promise: you won’t be able to eat just one! 220g digestive biscuits, finely crushed 115g butter, melted 1 can sweetened condensed milk* 150g dark chocolate chips or chopped dark chocolate 150g chopped nuts (we like walnuts or almonds) 100g shredded coconut Preheat the oven to 175 C and grease a rectangular baking dish. Blend the biscuits in the the blender until they are fine crumbs. Pour in a bowl. Melt the butter and pour over the biscuit crumbs and blend well with a spoon. Press the mixture into the bottom of the prepared pan to create a “crust”. Pour the whole can of sweetened condensed milk over the crust and spread out evenly. Sprinkle the chocolate chips and chopped nuts evenly over the condensed milk. Sprinkle coconut over the top to your desire. Bake for 25-35 minutes or until the chocolate is melted and the coconut and condensed milk turns golden brown. Let cool completely and then cut into small squares and watch your willpower melt away! Recipe courtesy of Erin Eberhardt Chapman
BASIC YELLOW CAKE Makes two round cake layers (ca. 20-23 cm) or 24 cupcakes This is a perfect cake for you to use as a base for any of your favorite cake decorating plans, whether it’s a fancy layered birthday cake, cute decorated cupcakes or simply sharing it plain and simple as we’ve done here. 235 ml whole milk 3 large eggs 2 teaspoons vanilla extract 170 g unsalted butter, room temperature and cut into pieces 300 g all-purpose flour, sifted 300 g sugar 1 tablespoon + 1 teaspoon baking powder ¾ teaspoon salt Preheat the oven to 175 C. Grease and flour the cake pans you wish to use. If making cupcakes, grease the muffin pans thoroughly or line pan with paper liners. In a medium bowl, lightly whisk together the eggs, 60 ml of the milk and the vanilla extract. Set aside. In a large bowl, using an electric mixer, combine the flour, sugar, baking powder and salt. Mix on low speed until blended. 24
(If your mixer does not have a low speed, use a whisk and blend thoroughly.) Add the butter and remaining 175 ml milk to the dry ingredients. Mix on low until the ingredients are moistened. Increase the mixer speed to medium and beat for about 2 minutes. Be sure to scrape down the sides of the bowl if necessary. Gradually add the egg mixture and beat until thoroughly combined. Divide the batter evenly into the prepared pans. See baking times below. The cake is done baking when a toothpick inserted in the center comes out clean. Cool the cake for about 15 minutes, then turn out on a wire rack to cool completely. Frost or decorate as desired. BAKING TIMES @ 175 C 2 Round pans (ca. 20 cm): 30-35 min 2 Round pans (ca. 23 cm): 25-35 min 1 Rectangle (ca. 33 x 23 cm): 25-30 min 24 cupcakes: 15-20 min Recipe courtesy of Erin Eberhardt Chapman & Grace Wilson Løvig, American Pie cookbook
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!"#$%&'()*+$,&'+$*-(#. Last year Julia Restoin Roitfeld gave birth to her daughter Romy Nicole. In this rewarding new life, she faced the challenge of finding a publication that spoke to her as a mother determined to retain her sensuality and femininity. With this as her inspiration, she decided to share her discoveries with other women on her blog Romy & the Bunnies. Here she shares her favourite Scandinavian designers. TEXT BY ANN-SOPHIE SJĂ”GREN ILLUSTRATION BY MARCO PEREGO PICTURES FROM ROMY & THE BUNNIES
Romy & the Bunnies is a place for new and expectant mothers to find inspiring stories of family, always with an eye toward style, beauty, and joy. http://romyandthebunnies.com/
What was your motivation for starting a blog about life as a mother? I wanted to start a website that merges my existing occupation as an art director with my new obsession about motherhood and babies. And to share my discoveries with other mothers. 38
Have you ever been anywhere in Scandinavia? If so what impressed you the most? Yes, my boyfriend is from Gothenburg, my ex boyfriend from Stockholm, and I have a few Swedish and Norwegian friends, so I have seen quite a lot of Scandinavia! (Sweden,
Norway and Denmark). What impress me the most is that everyone is so beautiful! Do you any favorite Scandinavian Brands? I just discovored Mormor, a Danish knitwear brand.
Do you like Scandinavian design? Yes, I have a few Acne pieces! Do you shop online for yourself and your child, if so can you recommend a couple of websites? For myself all the time on Net
a Porter, and I just discovered www.littlefashiongallery.com I also shop on Bonton online since we dont have a Bonton store in NY.
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9. H&M/ www.hm.com 10. How to kiss a frog/ http://howtokissafrog.se/ 11. Mar Mar/ wwwmarmar.dk 12. Rice/ wwwrice.dk 13. How to kiss a frog/ http://howtokissafrog.se/ 14. Ej Sikke Lej/ http://www.ejsikkelej.dk/ 15. Rice/ wwwrice.dk 16. Angulus/ www.angulus.dk 51
1. H&M/ www.hm.com 2. Mini Rodini/ www.minirodini.se 3. H&M/ www.hm.com 4. Soft Gallery/ www.softgallery.dk 5. Rice/ wwwRice.dk 6. Mini Rodini/ www.minirodini.se 7. Soft Gallery/ www.softgallery.dk 8. Fjallraven/ http://www. !allraven.com/ 9. Mini Rodini/ www.minirodini.se 10. Soft Gallery/ www.softgallery.dk
11. Mini Rodini/ www.minirodini.se 12. Serendipity/ http://www.serendipity-organics.com/ 13. Mini Rodini/ www.minirodini.se 15. H&M/ www.hm.com 16. Mini Rodini/ www.minirodini.se 17. Petit by Sofie Schnoor/ http://www.petitbysofieschnoor.com/ 18. Mini Rodini/ www.minirodini.se 19. Angulus/ www.angulus.dk
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P L AC E Mika lives in the heart of Copenhagen. His room is inside a fantastic Yurt. Have a look inside his inspiring World! PHOTO BY MONICA BACH STYLING BY LISA GRUE
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NORMANN COPENHAGEN Normann is a cool Danish design brand. For this issue of Lille Nord Normann has chosen five of their favourite designs from their many cool products. www.normann-copenhagen.com
Dropit hooks http://www.normann-copenhagen.com/ Products/Dropit-Hooks-L?v=331525
# Color Box http://www.normann-copenhagen.com/ Products/Color-Box?v=383015
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Plane http://www.normann-copenhagen.com/ Products/Plane-Large?v=100006
Sumo Pouf http://www.normann-copenhagen.com/Products/Sumo-Pouf?v=602045
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Lille Nord met the two friends behind HURRA Camilla Hjerl and Sharin Foo in ! to have a sneak peek in the HURRA office – where ideas and the coolest open source thoughts are bubbling right now: Soon to be a pop up launch in Autumn and much more to come.. We can´t wait! WORDS BY KATRINE K. PEDERSEN
Behind HURRA (http://www.hurra-hurra.com/) is rock musician Sharin Foo (The Raveonettes) and graphic designer and architect Camilla Hjerl (http://earlymorning.net) both resident in ", California
What is Hurra!: “Hurra is a platform curating a selection of Danish Art and Design objects. We wanted to share the Danish arena with people here in ! and around the world. It is not only an online platform – we’ll launch a pop up shop the last 3 months of 2013 – and later in 2014 a headquarter with gallery, boutique and workshop” 80
Why Danish art, design and culture? “ We felt a need for a wider attempt at promoting the special Danish art, culture and design nerve here in ! – to connect cutting edge products, designers and artist that we believe in with !: An epicenter for creativity here in USA. Danish art and design products is known for being highly functional, fairly
minimalist, with clean simple lines but we want to show them that there is more… We found that this tradition and the current trends in Scandinavia has a momentum in USA right now – for example our social model, innovation, food, TV-series – the good life and the good taste. Initiatives of exporting cultural products and services has primary focused
on New York and Washington D.C. We wondered why ! only rhimes with the Danish music and film industry – when design, architecture and art has such a great potential here? The US West Coast has been left out. And we have a passion and then the HURRA! project was born”
Why did you decide to create HURRA! together? “We are very good friends and have both lived outside of Denmark for over a decade. We both have a passion for cutting edge Danish art, design, culture and not to forget the food. HURRA! was a natural outcome of that.” http://www.hurra-hurra.com/
HURRA! POP-UP SHOP in ! “Connecting overseas countries and businesses depend on having an online presence but interaction with products and art is also a focal point that is why we launch a pop up shop this Autumn.” 81
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!"#$%&'()'&*++%, Round, square, dots, stripes, arrows and stars! We’re gearing up for summer with graphic shapes and patterns. We’ve collected some fun things to make and do, kicking off the summer months ahead, and there is something for everyone: big and small, boys and girls!
PHOTO BY MONICA BACH STYLING SABINE LEMIRE
ON YOUR MARK, GET SET, STAMP! Create a inspired print with homemade potato stamps! Help your kids cut their favorite patterns. We went for a little Native American flair with feathers and arrows â€“ but hearts and stars would also be lovely! Use hobby paint in your favorite colors and get stamping! TIP: Store the finished potato stamps in a glass of water and they can last for a few days.
SUMMER VACATION ACTIVITIES We all know how it feels to be stuck in a plane or car for a number of hours on our way to a fun summer holiday (imagine: the iPad suddenly runs out of batteryâ€ŚOMG what to do?!) Why not make that ride fun with these perfect preparations that your kids will love. BY SABINE LEMIRE PHOTO BY MONICA BACH
CUSTOMIZED TOY SUITCASE Materials: Mini-suitcase, thick cardboard, fabric, foam padding or filler Tools: Pencil, utility knife, scissors, glue gun Place the suitcase on the cardboard and trace around the contour of the suitcase to create a pattern that fits the suitcaseâ€™s cover. Cut out the shape from the cardboard. Cut a piece of the padding/filler to fit the cardboard piece, then cut a piece of fabric that is approx. 2-3 cm larger than the cardboard. Glue the padding onto the cardboard. Wrap the fabric around the padding and glue the edges onto the backside of the cardboard. Glue the finished piece to the top of your suitcase lid and youâ€™re ready to fill it with fun! 89
TOY NECK"CE Materials: String, grommets/hooks for hanging objects, beads, gizmos, doodads, small toys, anything fun! Tools: Scissors, needle and hand drill Carefully, make holes in the toys and objects you wish to hang on the necklace with a hand drill. Insert grommets or hooks into the holes. Using the needle and string, add the toys and beads in a creative pattern and tie together to form a necklace!
ANIMAL MEMORY GAME Materials: Patterned paper, thick cardboard, 2 identical photos of 12 different animals and a can with a lid to hold the game pieces. Tools: Pencil, scissors, glass, hobby glue Glue a large piece of the patterned paper onto one side of the cardboard. Then, on the other side of the cardboard, glue on the 24 animal pictures.
Using a glass slightly smaller than the can, trace a circle shape around each animal and cut out with scissors, creating game cards that will fit into the can. Decorate the can with pictures of animals and stickers. How to Play: Place the game pieces face down and each player takes turns, turning over 2 cards at a time. Use your memory to find a match! The player with the most matches wins!
CHLOÉ´S ROOM Step inside Chloé´s room. A room full of atmosphere and Scandinavian simplicity. All interiour by http://www.mimiscircus.com/ PHOTO BY MONICA BACH
MARIE WILLUMSEN Marie Willumsen is a talented Danish illustrator. She works for various children’s brands, decorates children’s rooms and work on collages. At the moment Marie is working on prints for a new children’s collection and some collages to be sold in Japan. Marie’s favorite animal is a panda, therefore this monthly print is a cute party panda. See more of her work here: http://www.mariewillumsen.dk/
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NORTHERN BLOGS Lille Nord recommends three very inspiring Scandinavian blogs.
http://www.ellensalbum.com Rikke Graff Juel, a stylist, decorator and visuel merchandiser shares her love for design, art, illustrations and graphic design. It is a scrapbook of things she finds nice, neat, cool and quirky. Everything that inspires her
http://www.fromscandinaviawithlove.com/ This blog is all about design and style from Scandinavia. Tiger from Stockholm is behind the blog and shows the work of Scandinavian stylists and photographers as well as photos from real Scandinavian homes. Tiger is also a DIY blogger for Swedish ELLE Deco.
http://camillaengman.blogspot.dk/ http://studiomorran.blogspot.dk/ Swedish Camilla Engman is behind these inspiring blogs. She shares her beautiful illustrations and inspiring art pieces.
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Frederik: Blouse, www.norlie.dk, shorts, www.norlie.dk, shoes, www.petitbysofieschnoor.com Romeo: shirt, www.wheat.dk, pants www.softgallery.dk, shoes, www.hm.com, 116
Frederik: Tights, www.miniature.dk Vitus: Arena Romeo: Tights, www.katvig.dk
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Oliver: tank top, www.wheat.dk, shorts, www.hm.com, Viola: top, www.freoli.dk, shorts, www.shampoodle.com, Frederik: t-shirt, www.wheat.dk, shorts, www.petitbysofieschnoor.com 120
Oliver: shorts, www.petitbysofieschnoor.com, top, www.miniature.dk, hat, www.hm.com, Frederick: shorts, www.petitbysofieschnoor.com, blouse, www.miniature.dk
Isabella: dress, www.petitbo.se, sunglasses and shoes, www.hm.com Smilla: shorts, www.petitbo.se, t-shirt, www.iglokids.com Smilla: Dress and blouse/ www.freoli.dk Tights/ www Frederik: denim shorts, www.freoli.dk Shoes/ www.petitbysofieschnoor.com Isabella: Dres tshirt, www.softgallery.dk cap/ www.hm.com Shoes/ www.hm.com shoes, www.petitbysofieschnoor.com 122
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www.freoli.dk www.petitbo.se www.freoli.dk ,dress www.ellos.dk/ellos-kids/ www.minirodini.com www.miniature.dk www.marmar.dk www.hm.com www.fubchildrenswear.dk www.luckyboysunday.dk www.molo-kids.com www.petitbysofieschnoor.com www.pandurohobby.com www.popupshop.net www.smallstuff.dk www.lindex.com www.nameit.dk www.poppyrose.dk www.norlie.dk www.wheat.dk www.softgallery.dk www.petitbo.se www.shampoodle.com www.reima.fi www.katvig.dk www.modeerskahuset.com www.iglokids.com www.christinarohde.dk www.lobilo.se 124
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