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Bye bye Christmas crimbo

December 27, 2013
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Via that nordic feeling
As much as I love decorating the house for Christmas around December 1st – I love taking it all down once Christmas is over too. I am getting really excited about the New Year. There is something so pristine and beautiful about a crisp, clean new year, that we get to fill with what ever we want.
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I love how these few days between Christmas and the New Year always invites us to look back at the year behind us, reflect on what we want to bring into the new one, which habits we want to leave behind etc. A fresh new start awates – a feeling packing up the Christmas crimbo amplifies. Tomorrow I need to clean the house!
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I’ve left a few winter greens behind. The mini pine tree, the houseleeks and a branch with a few ornament on. They feel more wintry than christmassy so I’ll let them stay for now.
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Pst.. If you like the lamp in the first few photos, you can find my DIY guide right here.

Last chance to enter the 4. Advent give away is tomorrow at midnight CET – the prize is the iconic wooden monkey by Kay Bojesen. Hurry up if you haven’t entered yet! Check it out right here.

I’ve shot these photos with my new Nikon D5200 camera, that I got for Christmas. I love it! And I am very impressed with the quality. Enjoy the holidays x

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    Reply Megan December 28, 2013 at 05:19

    Where is that geometric fox print from?

    • Rikke
      Reply Rikke December 28, 2013 at 12:44

      It’s by Silke Bonde.

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