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While you wait, you may want to read my JOURNAL let’s hygge”
I’ve compiled my family traditions into a digital flip book “let’s hygge CHRISTMAS” for you to peruse and take inspiration from.
Spring is here and I am excited to start gardening again and have ordered my seeds – I can’t wait to see them grow.
I’d like to share a family recipe with you for Danish Kokostoppe. They are a delicious treat and very easy to make.
I have been attending a one-on-one class in Abstract Sculpture-making using plaster. It was joyful to be creative without working to a brief.
This greeting is from Florence in Italy. I lived here 31 years ago when I worked as an au pair. It has been 24 years since I have been back!
I collect seed from my garden all year around. I use them as gifts for friends and family packed in small envelopes.
This is our first season with bees and so this month’s theme is inspired by honey and bees. All summer long we have watched the active bees…
This traditional Danish Easter dessert is a celebration of eggs. Easter is the time when the chickens usually begin producing eggs once more.
This month’s topic is a celebration of life and a kind reminder to let the people around us know how much they mean to us. One way to express…
My theme this month is LAVENDER as I have so much of it in my garden! I find that working with lavender is wonderfully calming.
My name is Kristine Lindbjerg. I am a Danish Graphic Designer based in Sydney, Australia.
I founded Lindbjerg Grafik in 2000 in Copenhagen, Denmark and Lindbjerg Graphic Pty Ltd in Sydney in 2010.
I LOVE what I do. I put my heart and soul into every single project.