3ndypapir is a tiny norwegian design company owned by gudrun Loennecken. I design patterned paper for scrapbooking, cardmaking and papercraft.
You can find more about 3ndypapir at the 3ndypapir BLOG .
If you want to order some of the paper please contact me
3ndypapir "secret garden" 2010
My collage-sheet design for Minnehjørnet
My Patterned paper designed for Minnehjørnet
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Can you believe we are in the middle of November already. Soon one of my favorite months will come. Can't wait for December! Love love love the month December with all the lights, preparations for Christmas, all the joy, time spent together, warm cozy indoor activities, maybe some skating or skiing, all the secrets, the making, baking, the lovely scent of Christmas in the house, the sparkle in the eyes of the kids, the preparing of gifts to the people we care for ... So many things that bring love and joy and meaning and reasons to be thankful into my life.
As a part of my Christmas traditions is making of my December album a thing I really love and look forward to.
This year all my scrapbooking is put away in different places around the house, but I enjoyed the process of digging trough my old paper and stash and find all things Christmas related. :-)
This years album is solely made of things I already had on hand and I enjoy bringing new life to old papers and stash. :-)
Here are some of the premade pages I have made so far:
I was so inspired by this beautiful season, the colors, the crisp air, the beauty of the trees .... And then I all of a sudden fell over the most beautiful piece of art by Neil Burley https://m.flickr.com/#/photos/perfectly4med/5567006553/ and all of this lead me to create this little page in my messy journal.
Thanks for stopping by my blog and enjoy the beautiful autumn.
This month I'm the lucky one to have my word up over at the awesome one little word blog. I'm so thankful to be a part of the olw team. So many talented, wonderful, inspiring artists. So please join the journey at olw.
This month it's time to be thankful. I'm thankful. Thankful for so many things: art, love, joy, challenges ...
I created two pages for this word. One"official" for the olw blog and one just because I felt so inspired.
Pretty simple pages, but I enjoy the simple way of creating right now. I don't have the space, the energy, the time to create in any advanced way even if I wish I had.... But still I'm so thankful I can crate a little bit...play in some way with paper, paint, colors....
You are welcome to join in! I would love to see your creations linked up at theolw blog.
My oldest son, Edvin, got a trip to London as a gift for his 18th birthday, and this weekend we set of to London. We are so excited, and look so much forward to the trip. So, I decided, last minute to create a travel journal for the trip that Edvin can keep as a memory.
I dug trough som old stuff to find a journal I could use, and then I stumbled across this wonderful pre- made travel journal i think is designed by Ali Edwards. I think it must have stayed in my cupboard for about 8 years waitng for the right time. It made me so happy to find it just on the right time. I have decorated the cover with some patterned paper by the Danish company ridderholmdesign.dk the stuff I used inside is some travel-pieces by Panduro and some paper and stuff (probably) by Ali Edwards designed to fit the journal.
Now we are ready to go to London, ready to journal and put in pictures. Can't wait. :-)
I've had some plans on making a mini-album/journal for this summer, and today was the day to start. I got two cardboard envelopes used at my boyfriends office, and I wanted to use these as cover for my journal.
I loved the idea of the rough cardboard, the recycle/reuse-idea and the look of the postage-address-stickers on the envelope. It all made me feeling creative and filled with joy.
I painted the envelopes really rough with ghesso on both sides. Then I went trough my alpha-stuff and found some old, old goodies. I wanted lots of letters in different colors on my cover, and the word summer in yellow. (Old yellow, sparkeling alphas from doodlebug, the other alphas are unknown)
Added the coolest tag ( got it from cocoa daisy, the may kit today) on the inside of the cover. My journal will be held together with two jump rings, then it is easy to put in and rearrange the pages of the book.
The size of my journal is 7,5 x 12 inch or 20 x 30,5 cm so it is pretty large this time, wich leaves me plenty of room to play.... :-)
The plan is to create some pre-made pages for the journal, so I can easily write and fill in photos along the summer holidays. If you want to join in or get inspired please follow my posts here on my blog and join me on Instagram #summerjournal2014
Hi my friends. It has been a nice day in Oslo today, not too warm, so it was perfect for some gardening. On Wednesday my kids, my lovely boyfriend and I, all worked in the garden and had a major spring"clean". It was so good and it actually encouraged me to do some more gardening.... So today I started to dig and "clean" the tiny little "garden box" I made for the kids years ago, where we used to grow strawberries, a few potatoes, sugar snaps, some herbs and flowers. It's not big, so it is almost like growing carrots in a juice-box.... Never the less, I really enjoyed to get my hands dirty.
In the evening, after the gardening I was so enlightend by all the great outdoor-time I wanted to create something for my art journal. This piece is pretty quick, but it felt so good to both dig in the garden and create!! Some of my favorites. ❤
So thanks for popping by and reading my blog. See you soon.
I've been working on a few art journal pages lately, and finally, yesterday night I came to finish them. I have enjoyed the process drawing the girl, making backgrounds using glimmer mists, paint, metallic paint, stamps by "ett Trykk" and some old ones , some of my old patterned paper designed by me and by Cosmo cricket, cutting out some gift wrap-paper, using tape.... Simply had fun playing. :-)
I've used some of my favorite quotes ... Have been saving quotes ... Just for the love of it. Love words, love quotes, love how words can have a great impact on our journey....
I just wanted to invite you all to join the great adventure over at One Little Word this month. There are plenty of inspiration - soak in it and make sure to join in and link up your own creation before may 15th. :-)
I was totally inspired by a quote from Karen Sahlmanson about words. Yes, our words have great power, and how we choose to use our words, or not, may have great impact on our lives. This is just a little something I created with these words.
And a little collage of things that makes my day. A cup of tea, my favorite recepie book, my cat relaxing in the sun... Some art in progress.... Just some little things..
After almost three years of "silence" my inner creativity have finally found a new spring and are slowly getting back to its "old self". I feel so happy to have my kitchen table all messy with paint and stencils and paper and stuff .... Feeling the joy of creating. I created a card for a very good friend today, and have more projects going on .... It all makes me totally happy.
Here are two pieces I've created for the two words up: CALM and DREAM, at the One Little Word blog.
Make sure you join us this time, get inspired, create and share. There are some pretty awesome prizes to be randomly shared this time. ;-)
so pop over to OLW to soak in all the wonderful inspiration by some great artists.
Yes, i must admit I kinda love street art. I find it inspiring, some times amusing, sometimes it makes me happy, sometimes it makes me think, sometimes it's beautiful, sometimes ugly.... Anyway it inspires me, everyday art. Makes me realize you can find a little piece of art every day, or you can create with something "everydayish", to remember little happy moments.... things that matters to you, things you want to remember or things that just makes you want to shout. Here is a little piece I created with a little note I got on a piece of chocolate from my daughter. Love it.
If you are interested in streetart, this book about streetart in Oslo by Alm forlag is super cool. You can find more here: http://oyvindholen.wordpress.com/tag/alm-forlag/
I found this little blue note on my kitchen table after my darling boyfriend went to work early one morning. Love his little everyday " i love you-notes" and messages. It makes me so happy. I stuck this note into one white page in my art journal, just to keep it. Then today I was just in the mood to create, and this little note was right there in my book ... So why not use it. Great way to save it and remember it forever. :-)
Just a little love for you my blogfriends. I appreciate you all so mutch. Tanks for still visiting my blog, encourage me and leave me nice comments. Love you!
Here is a li'l card I've created for my oh so wonderful boyfriend. Used my old 3ndypapir summer collection and some graphic45 paper. Creating this made me so happy and excited .... Still love card making ❤
Here is a little art journal page I've recently created. I have collected so many beautiful, encouraging quotes the last couple of years, and now I was inspired to write down some of them in a art journal. I really enjoy getting back to playing and creating a little bit. I've finished my Christmas album, and have made some cards lately, but find it hard to be able to use the daylight for photographing and sharing my projects while working full time. Any suggestions on how to resolve this, and find time to blog and share the way I would love to do? Anyhow, thanks for popping by.