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Box bed - Tellkiddo

Boxbed

Box bed - Tellkiddo

Small kids, going from a bedside crib to a bigger bed. We built the box bed to make the transfer into a big bed with no side walls a bit smoother.  Here are some info how we built the beds:    See more on Instagram, saved story in our profile: here

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Family Plates - DIY

DIY

Family Plates - DIY

If we can’t come to the family dinner, we make sure the family are present at the table anyway. Found some small withe plates at a flea market and bought a porcelain pencil from the craft store. The boys painted portraits of our whole family. Air dried for 4 hours then drying in the oven on 160 °C for 30 minutes.Perfect holiday present for our family members that we miss so much during this time.  Happy holidays! 

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Birthday coming up

DIY

Birthday coming up

Instead of candy bags for a birthday party, I made a cardboard cake, inspired by a Japanese bakery.  I will admit, it was not super easy to get the shape on the cake but after some trail and error I think it turned out ok. First I used glue to put the pieces together but after a while with too much mess I used tape. But they turned out pretty cute. 

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ToolBox

Product News Tool Box

ToolBox

Last year me and Catrin (owner of the charity company called Idyllien) had a coffee together and realized quickly it would be fun to do a collaboration together as we share the same values. So we teamed up, and created an idea for Tellkiddo together with Idyllien for this important project we call "Keep them close" Our hearts pound for this project and we are so proud to have the opportunity to do something that matters a bit more. This LUMME bag is a part of the charity project Idyllienhoppet focusing on improving the lives of families with severely ill children and their long periods in the hospital.  When you purchase the LUMME bag...

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New little baby journal

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New little baby journal

One of my friends got a baby recently and I have wanted to extend my hello baby print for a long time. And what better way to do it, than as a small A5 book. The inspiration comes from when we had our babies in the house and I got these kind of books as presents, big books with many questions to answer but so little time to fill them in, and not to mention when we got our second baby, no time at all to write things down. And when I found time (like on the buss when finally our baby...

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