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17 Mar Ny Carlsberg Glyptotek

My friend Emma came to visit me in Lund this weekend and we went to Copenhagen to visit Ny Carlsberg Glyptotek, an art museum in the center of the city. It exceeded all my expectations and I just wanted to hug every staircase and move into the big winter garden and live under a palm tree. If you ever go to Copenhagen you have to visit the Glyptotek. Here are some photos I took with my iPhone, therefore the bad quality. But I still think they give you a good idea of what the museum looks like. What I especially like is...

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13 Mar Sunday Links

Hope you've had a lovely Sunday! I've spent the entire weekend with one of my oldest friends who came to visit me in Lund. We had the best time and I miss her already. To cheer me up I've gathered some of my favorite links from the past week which I hope you'll enjoy. May your week be filled with baking and art!
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25 Feb Food Photography & Prop Styling

Hi-Hi lovely readers of Baking Magique! I am returning today with a second guest post for Thea's beautiful blog, and this is one I'm quite sure you'll both be interested in and (hopefully) love... *drum roll, please...* We're going to be chatting about food photography and prop styling! Yippee! Now, as you may or may not be aware, I myself began my online journey as a baking blogger, and in time branched out into the various interests shared on Lace & Lilacs today.
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14 Feb Vanilla Berry Baked Oatmeal

"Mr. Breakfast" and I have an ongoing love/hate relationship. Sure, I love breakfast foods; pancakes, waffles, oatmeal, yoghurt, smoothies etc. However I never know what to make for breakfast when I wake up at 7 am before heading to school. Therefore I love breakfasts that I can make ahead and store in the fridge. This Vanilla Berry Baked Oatmeal is one of those recipes. You can make it on a Sunday and then you'll have breakfast for the rest of the week!
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11 Feb Using a Scrapbook as a Creative Outlet and a Source of Inspiration

Let me introduce you to the next guest blogger here on Baking Magique; Emma Dai of Paris by Friday. I recently found her beautiful blog and fell head over heals in love with her sketchbook and scrapbook posts. Just like Emma, I love everything that's hand made, hand written and hand drawn. Sure, you can create some really cool stuff with the help of computers, being an architecture student you realize that computers can do things that we can't. That being said, we can do stuff that computers can't. There's something so very interesting about the things you've made with pen, paper,...

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08 Feb Photography & Student Life in Paris

As I mentioned in a recent post, Baking Magique is evolving into something more than just a recipe blog. A part of this evolution is taking on contributors on the blog for a couple of reasons. First of all, there are so many talented young bloggers and creators out there and I'd love to see that Baking Magique could be a place where these people could be discovered. Second of all, they can share amazing content which I think most of you readers will love. And finally, this will enable the posting to be more frequent around here, which it hasn't really been for...

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