Tuesday, August 7, 2012

Mine Blå Norske Bloggvenner

This "blue" post is dedicated to my blogging friends in
Norway who also love the color blue...
Click on their names for a delightful blogging adventure in blue. :-)

"Norway Love"
An original watercolor purchased from Poppyandpinecone on Etsy here.
 
An IKEA frame. :-)
And there you have a true-blue Norwegian knick knack!

For Me...
Blue is synonymous with Norway
and here are some past Norwegian influenced projects in blue:
Click here for Brød  post.
Click here for Heart Rug post.
Click here for Roses post.
Click here for Norwegian Scarf post. 
Click here for Ice Blue Scarf post.

"Skål" til Norge og mine "blå" bloggvenner. 
Kristiansund N.
2009
Noe blått i dette bildet også. :-)
Jeg savner min hjemby i Norge
men disse herlige blogg damene gjør det utholdelig.


Ha en lykkelig "blå" dag!!!
(Have a happy "blue" day!!!)

9 comments:

  1. What a very creative map/watercolour!

    With so much sea and sky on constant view in Norway, it's no wonder blue is such a beloved colour.

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  2. Ah la Norvège, quel magnifique souvenir pour moi ;-)
    Très belle journée à toi également !!

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  3. Kjære Astrid. Tusen, tusen takk. Klem, D

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  4. Åååååh! Tusen takk, Astri :o). Det var veldig hyggelig gjort av deg. En stor blå klem er på vei over Atlanteren :o)

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  5. Hello...the blue roses are my all time favorite blue blog post!!

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  6. So many wonderful blue projects. Blue is my all time favorite color, but oddly, I have so little in the way of blue in my home. Blue is such a calming and at the same time, uplifting.

    blessings, jill

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  7. Så kjekt, Astri! Det gjer meg glad å tenke på at eg kan vere med på å glede deg herifrå Norge:) Og blått er flott!!!
    Ha ei fortsatt fin veke!

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  8. Hi, I just found your blog, and it looks like a place I would love to visit often. My husband is Norwegian. He teaches our children the Norwegian language, and we try to keep Norwegian traditions in our home. I'm sure I will find many interesting Norway related ideas on your blog.

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  9. What wonderful comments. Thank you all!

    Hey, I understood the comments without translator...now that's a start...Nynorsk and Bokmål both! :-) :-) :-)

    The French still needs a translator, but my guesses are getting closer.

    SO fun to receive comments in any language.

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