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Two small bags…

… for two small persons.

Very strong and lively colours compared to the black-blue-white winter landscape outside.

Cat bag has fish on the inside, while the fish bag has cats on its inside.

Hmm, – I wonder if the recipients will be able to actually find their things after they have been put into these bags. 🙂



9 Responses

  1. Kjempeflotte bagar Eldrid. 🙂 Eg trur gutane vert begeisra for dei og. Dei finn sikkert att det dei puttar oppi, og det er eit godt alternativ til å fylle T-skjorta med leikar. 🙂 😉 😀

  2. Eldrid, these are precious! Very pretty.

  3. I just hope they won’t be filled wilth dripping raspberries and strawberries 🙂

  4. These are precious! very very good.

  5. Thanks for visiting Eldrid. Interesting that a waterfall is a Foss in Norway – we have waterfalls here which are called foss as well as force = I suspect that the word force comes from Foss because the land round here was settled by Vikings. Lovely photos of your children – they look so happy and healthy.

    • I think it is interesting to see how many of your local expressions are very similar to our language, – and I guess it is because of the Vikings.
      Thank you very much for your kind comments on our grandchildren 🙂

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