Enter our giveaway for a chance to win a bed-set from Isabelle´s Ellos collection ENDED




I hope you´ve all seen Isabelle´s fun collection for Ellos by now and today we are giving you the opportunity to win a bed set from that collection.  All you need to do is tell us an interesting fact about yourself in a comment below, and we´ll pick a winner by Friday September 12th.
Good luck and thank you for playing.

PS. This is what the set includes: Sheet, duvet covers  with pillow case,  and bed cloak , plus two “mood” cushion covers.
Like what you see in the picture above but plus the sheet.



Jens and I photographed the collection for Ellos last week with Frank who wanted a cozy tent. Our friend Sofia at Mokkasin also to photographed her interpretation of the collection. And you can see it here!





screenshot from ellos


Join the discussion and tell us your opinion.

September 8, 2014 at 13:14

Interesting fact about me – I never spoke until I was 3 and a half years old but when I did start talking it was in full sentences :)

Jenny Brandt
September 8, 2014 at 13:41
– In reply to: Heather

Love it! Thanks heather for playing.

September 8, 2014 at 13:50

Unlike probably most other people I rarely listen to music. I would never turn on music when having visitors, it distracts me far too much. I don’t like background music. Funny, because at the same time I am singing in three choirs and take singing lessons.

September 8, 2014 at 14:11

Jag är en fulgråtare av rang. Igår såg jag en trailer till en kommande film på tja, en och en halv minut kanske och tårarna sprutade, snoret rann. När vi skulle sjunga “En fattig bonddräng” på jobbet krävdes en enorm mental insats för att inte skrämma slag på omgivningnen med, just det, fulgråt!

Lyckotårar eller sorgetårar spelar ingen roll, det bara kommer, som att vrida på en kran. Intressant eller ej, men så är det

ELizabeth T.
September 8, 2014 at 14:15

H thank you for doing this giveaway and giving me a chance at winning :) Something that’s interesting about me…hummm…okay got one I think…I have had several injuries that have required stitches but yet have never broken a bone. Thanks again for the chance :)

September 8, 2014 at 14:48

Oh! Thank you for this giveaway! What a fun way to start a Monday!

Interesting fact? I can bend both my elbows backwards! Freaks out most people (especially my man), but I find it’s very useful when reaching across the table for the ketchup! (and for when I want to scare people :)).

September 8, 2014 at 15:04

My name is Mary and I’m not so young anymore. When I was a kid, like 6 years old I was convinced that if i eat to much i would get pregnant. So i ate really carefully. But somehow I forgot it after 20y sooo; today I got 4 boys

Jenny: Haha!

September 8, 2014 at 15:24

Kanske snarare häpnadsväckande dumt än intressant. Jag har gått runt i 17 år och trott att jag haft trist och råttfärgat hår, med följden att jag har färgat, tonat, blekt, slingat och kämpat med utväxt. Döm om min förvåning när jag slutade färga och upptäckte att jag tyckte om min naturliga hårfärg! Nu har jag upptäckt några små grå strån och tycker att det är lite spännande att se om jag kommer att gilla det också.

September 8, 2014 at 15:30

Hej, my name is Astrid. Thanks for the fun giveaway.

Interesting thing about me. I´m half german/ swedish and my husband is half german/ brazilian

so our kids are half german/ quarter swedish/brazilian. I talk german, but often dream swedish or english.

Har en fin vecka. Astrid

September 8, 2014 at 15:41


My name is Helen and I am from athens- greece!
Interesting fact about me.. I’ve never excersize in my life. Now I am 34 years old, have 2 beautiful
Children and about a year ago I started working out for athens Marathon! I think I can do it!
Wish me luck!

September 8, 2014 at 15:46


When I was around 3 years old my “loss” of hearing was discovered and my first language was swedish sign language. I grow up with 3 languages at the same time, sign lang, polish and swedish.
All good enought and today I live in Finland so add 2 more sign languages (finlandswedish and finnish) (and yes, every country have it own sign language and its not the same all over the world :) )

Sign language is the best language ever, can use it everywhere and anytime except in totally darker ;)

Maria Johansson
September 8, 2014 at 16:49

What a fun contest!!! I have two boys, 3 and 5, and they are a handful.. My oldest has autism and dosen’t like changes. I looooove changes and love to redecorate. So My youngest room is my workplace….. I have to bite my fingers to keep out from the oldest room, but it work. Any way, my oldest love colors and I think this would be fine for him – so it would be lovly to be able to put this set in his room!!!

September 8, 2014 at 17:03

Mmmmmm, difficult….
I studyed ‘piano-restauration’….?!
I’m so into the scandinavian style, that people ask me of i’m Swedish ;)
I haven’t told anyone about this blog so I see it as my secret garden…
Sssssssttttt ;-)

September 8, 2014 at 17:41


I have a talent for reading children’s stories. When I read books to my nephews I can make different voices and seem to find the perfect (well, to me) rhythm to the story.


September 8, 2014 at 18:55

Definitely more weird than interesting, but I used to be afraid of getting poked in the eye with a knitting needle. At that time I didn’t even knit, nor did any of my friends or family members so I guess that the chances were quite slim. Nowadays I do knit and knitting needles don’t scare me a bit :)

September 8, 2014 at 19:01

When I was little I had a dream I can remember quite vividly to this day. This is my dream. I was in a country I did not know talking in a language I did not understand. Yet I knew what I was saying and I understood what people were saying to me. Then some people put me on a stool and carried me around. It was a very strange but very happy dream!

Then I woke up and realized that I remembered two words of this strange language. I wrote them down phonetically so I would always be able to remember them. Ever since I have been looking for words that are similar to this language in my dream, but I’ve never found them.

September 8, 2014 at 19:07

Jag höll ett PowerPoint-föredrag på högskolan om min stora kärlek till chips och dipp, komplett med bland annat excel-kalkyler med mängd plus kostnad per vecka/månad/år, bästa sättet att förtära denna gudomliga gåva till mänskligheten, tips om andra länders bästa chipssmaker och var en hittar de bästa priserna utan att tumma på kvalitén. Jag äter ungefär min kroppsvikt (~55 kg) i chips om året. Dippen ska vi inte ens gå in på men det är möjligt att jag är Estrellas bästa kund.

September 8, 2014 at 19:22

Jag ÄLSKAR att ge bort presenter. När jag ser något jag gillar tänker jag “den där skulle passa till… X” snarare än “den där vill jag ha”, köper och sparar i presentskåpet till kommande födelsedag eller liknande. Dessa magiska sängkläder får mig därför att tänka på min älskade syster, vars favoritplats är sängen :) Hon flyttar från norra Sverige till Australien i vinter och dessa skulle jag skicka med henne – alternativ ha som lockbete för att få henne att återvända hem!

Emma Kate
September 8, 2014 at 20:53

Hello Lovelies!
i am from New Zealand (so hoping this giveaway extends that far!!)
hrmmm a random fact about me… i worked as a barista for 10 years and despised the taste of coffee…now i have 3 children and only a few months ago i tried it again…now i live off the stuff!

September 8, 2014 at 23:42

When I was a kid I wanted to become a clown when I was older. I didn’t succeed, but it still makes me happy to make people smile today :) Thanks for the cool giveaway, Jenny!

September 8, 2014 at 23:48

I have never seen ET!

Lena K.
September 9, 2014 at 01:18

What an awesome giveaway!! Lena is actually a nickname since my full name is so unusual. My four siblings and I were named after our dad, so we all have similar first names à la George Foreman’s sons. (Think: Paul, Paulina, Pauly, Paula, and Paul Jr.) I guess my parents ran out of steam near the end, ha. Yes, the names are weird, just like my family, but I wouldn’t have it any other way!

September 9, 2014 at 01:32

i can clap with one hand. which comes handy when being at a concert and having a beer in the other hand;)

September 9, 2014 at 13:07

Hi, so wonderful giveaway!
Hmm… I have a smaller hands than normally because i’ve only one joint in my fingers.

September 9, 2014 at 15:33

När jag var yngre hade jag så fin handstil att min mammas alla kompisar kom och bad mig texta gratulationskort åt dem. Idag kan jag inte texta snyggt ens när jag anstränger mig. Åt även kall kalvsylta i tjocka skivor när jag var liten men nu får jag kväljningar bara jag stoppar det i munnen.

September 9, 2014 at 20:47

Sue from Philadelphia! I inherited a big naughty cat named “Matt leBlanc, the Worst Friend”.

(love this bedding.)

September 9, 2014 at 22:22

Hello, I am 36 years old and I never win something in my life ( with games), but I find my life very lucky ( lot of love with my husband and our 2 boys and a great job). So you know that you can change my life ;-)

September 9, 2014 at 22:36

When I was four years old, during a storm, a lightning came into my house. all were well. this is still the most terrifying experienceof my life, but also the most beautiful. *

September 10, 2014 at 02:45

I’ll start a bit in swedish, eh, vänta nu här… Hursom, gladrandiga-lemurer tillhör definitivt mina absoluta favoritdjur! Och ni två kreativa donnor tillhör ju mina absoluta favoritbloggare, som ni säkert redan vet.

Så, då tänkte jag lite så här, jag kan berätta en liten sak om mig själv, bara därför. Och för att jag gillar er! Men jag behöver inte vara med i tävlingen, visserligen känner jag flera fina små individer som säkert skulle uppskatta att sova med lemurer, men jag skulle ändå inte kunna välja vem av dem som skulle bli den lyckliga, om ni förstår. (Dessutom är jag fortfarande så glad och nöjd över min fina sailor-Carl, som jag fick! Synd och skam bara, att han aldrig hittar upp på någon vägg…)

Here we liksom go: I’m really happy if I’ve got four things in my life. Four important things. I always go on about them, especially when we go to the supermarket. My guy sighs loudly when I worry about my things EVERY time we go shopping. Are you really, really sure that we have them at home?, I ask. They are like a mantra: Coffee, green olives and toilet-paper. In that order. Very, very important stuff, you know.

But the fourth “thing”, you wonder? Him. I really need him, my man. Especially to remind me of the fact that we almost always have the rest of the four things at home…


Mariaelena D
September 10, 2014 at 06:21

I curl my eyelashes with a spoon because they are super straight! :( hehe.
Would LOVE to win the bedding set for my kids! :))

September 10, 2014 at 06:25

This is too fun to miss… however I had to rethink this quite a few times… I abandoned a few things such as “a mom to 4”, “a pet rat LOVER”, “an amazing bread baker”… I think an interesting fact about me is also the most daring thing I have ever done: a bungy jump in New Zealand. I absolutely fear heights (anything above the ground is considered high), and I was able to conquer my fear once big time!

September 10, 2014 at 21:50

My life does not work without post-it notes…..

September 11, 2014 at 17:20

I’m from Buenos Aires (this giveaway extends to here?).
My nickname is Epe but my entire name is María Esperanza. I have two girls: Amparo (4) & Franca (1,5). Our spanish ascendancy is undeniable :)
Love your blog and love this bedding!

September 12, 2014 at 23:25

Jag tål inte när någon suger fast ett glas runt munnen. När jag ser någon göra detta vedervärdiga lilla “trick” får jag rysningar i hela kroppen, det värker i tandrötterna och jag vill/måste prata med en konstig och tillgjord röst. I övrigt räknas jag väl som hyfsat normal