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Portland, ME
USA

Made in Maine, Scandinavian-Inspired Print and Pattern, Designed and Handmade For Every Day Use in the Home. Created in late 2011, Lilleputt is the creative studio of Annika Schmidt.

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Annika Schmidt

Photo Credit:  JClements Photography   We had a blast! Thank you to all who came by the Swedish Yuletide Market in Boston today, old friends and new. And I couldn’t have done it without my mom and boyfriend helping me run the table (and my big brother who came later!)  More photos coming soon. Huge thank you to  JClements   Photography  for making up for two forgetful minds by bringing your camera and taking some beautiful shots! Find her and more of her work here!

Photo Credit: JClements Photography

We had a blast! Thank you to all who came by the Swedish Yuletide Market in Boston today, old friends and new. And I couldn’t have done it without my mom and boyfriend helping me run the table (and my big brother who came later!)

More photos coming soon. Huge thank you to JClements Photography for making up for two forgetful minds by bringing your camera and taking some beautiful shots! Find her and more of her work here!

recognize this room?

Annika Schmidt

Look familiar? Lilleputt has moved! (To the other side of the wall). Earlier this week I began with some subtle hinting: “Gosh, the evening light in the studio is so pretty… wouldn’t this make a lovely bedroom?” I never thought he’d go for it. But a couple days later my chef came to me with the suggestion that Lilleputt move to the big room. There is still plenty of unpacking to be done (ignore the clutter)…. but look at all that space!

 

It’s no longer “I can’t make everything fit”, it’s everything ALMOST fits! We even pulled the desk in to make it a shared work space; and it’s nice having company. It’s nice being able to fit company, really. I have a feeling the move will continue to be a work in progress as I tackle organizing projects, but the change feels good! 

Now all I need is a tall cutting table to replace the folding card table to make it perfect…

the big thaw.

Annika Schmidt

Took a couple snap shots of my table at The Big Thaw craft fair this weekend… unfortunately I brought my dinky little point&shoot camera to save on space, and ended up with just a couple blurry photos! With only an hour to set up I was a bit anxious about figuring out my display, but with my boyfriend on hand, and a surprise visit from a good friend from college, I had enough extra hands to get it done with time to spare.  And I was pretty pleased with how it came out!