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With Anna’s template, the entire family can easily create personalised and creative masks. Make it a fun-filled joint activity when creating these festive masks, that can be made from both paper and felt and decorated with tremendous trimmings such as felt balls and feathers.

List of materials for this DIY project:
Anna’s template
Felt
Cardboard
Tissue paper
Felt balls
Feathers
Glue gun
Scissors


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Do you wish to give a special person a heartwarming gift? Let Valentine’s Day be the occasion to give a creative and personal box filled with caramels and small notes with loving words and expressions. It will arouse joy with the recipient, who in time can open the sweet notes.

List of materials for this DIY project:
Anna and Clara’s heart-shaped box
Beads
Paper
Pen
Ribbon
Tissue paper
Caramels or other sweets
Scissors
Glue gun


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Enjoy a peaceful moment to create sweet cards and invitations for this year’s upcoming celebrations and festivities. “It is wonderful both to be the sender and recipient of a card made especially for a loved one,” Anna tells.

List of materials for this DIY project:
Anna and Clara’s A5 cards
Paper
Stickers
Masking tape
Scissors
Stamps
Stamp pad


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Carefully created invitations are a pleasure to hand out, and with Anna’s creative details, you can easily add a personal touch to your invitations. Apply a manila tag, dried flowers and finally a stamp seal to create unique invitations that surely will bring joy.

List of materials for this DIY project:
Anna and Clara’s cards with envelopes
Manila tags
Ribbon
Seal and sealing wax
Dried flowers


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Combine paper with Anna and Clara’s glue and discover how you can create unique and personalised bowls with few means and materials. Layer by layer, the paper is glued together, thus creating the bowls which are ideal for decorative storage.

List of materials for this DIY project:
Anna and Clara’s glue
Paper
Brush
Bowl
Baking paper
Scissors


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With just two ingredients, you can create the finest letters and figures that will look lovely displayed on a pennant. “It is wonderful how glue and yarn can be transformed into small unique creations,” Anna says.

List of materials for this DIY project:
Anna and Clara’s glue
Yarn
Cardboard remains
Pins
Fork


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Self-hardening clay is a wonderful versatile material for creative projects, if you ask Anna, and most recently, she has used it to create lovely wall decorations. Learn more in the video and on the website where Anna shares her templates for the moon and rainbow figures.

List of materials for this DIY project:
Anna and Clara’s self-hardening clay
Anna’s templates
Paint
Baking paper
Rolling pin
Knife
String


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“Say it with yarn!” Anna says smiling, as she has come up with a splendid idea for your creative acquaintances. With knitting needles, balls of yarn and a little greenery, you can conjure the loveliest yarn bouquet that is nice to look at, as well as highly useful.

List of materials for this DIY project:
Anna and Clara’s knitting needles
Balls of yarn in different colours and sizes
Fresh, hardy greenery
Steel wire
Beads
Tissue paper
Ribbon


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New Year’s Eve is moving ever closer, and the sisters enjoy offering a helping hand for setting the New Year’s table. Follow the link and find Anna’s simple template for the lovely napkins rings which only require that you print, cut and arrange the festive napkin rings around the linen napkins.

List of materials for this DIY project:
Anna and Clara’s linen napkins
Anna’s template for napkin rings
Printer
Paper
Scissors


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“You can save gift-wrapping paper and ribbon from the Christmas gifts with advantage,” Anna tells. With this and Anna’s template, you can create decorative New Year’s rockets which will embellish the New Year’s table or be used for small gifts for your guests as shown in the video.

List of materials for this DIY project:
Anna’s template
Cardboard tube from kitchen roll
Remains of gift-wrapping paper and ribbon
Cardboard
Pencil
Scissors
Glue gun


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Do you need to sort out the last of your Christmas gifts? If so, Anna will be happy to help you with this fine template for a printable gift card which will bring joy with the recipient. Follow the link, print the template and fill in the card with the gift you wish to give. Fold the gift card before gifting it.

You can print the template here:


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Let the long wait of Christmas set the scene for a moment of ‘hygge’, where the dear little ones can decorate a calendar for the new year. The fine and personal 2020 calendar can thus also be an extra gift under the Christmas tree, if you ask Anna.


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After Christmas awaits another celebration and Anna suggests that you arrange this year’s New Year’s dessert in a glass with an edible, crispy lid. Garnish the dessert with the sisters’ sprinkles, cake decorations and fondant roses. The roses are easily created by using the sisters’ fondant cutter for roses.


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“The joy of anticipation is wonderful,” as Anna says.

Prepare for the New Year’s celebration by creating a festive New Year’s wreath that can be saved and used year after year. The wreath is most suitable for indoor use, Clara tells.

List of materials for this DIY project:
Anna and Clara’s New Year’s decorations
Cake decorations
Gift ribbon
Table runner
Small bells
Pennant
Decoration stars
Cardboard
Steel wire
Christmas baubles
Glue gun
Scissors
Pencil


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Get a free crochet recipe for charming clutch

Create a personalised crochet clutch in your favourite colours with the sisters’ tube yarn which gives a nice, soft result. “The clutch is also a wonderful and personal gift idea,” Anna tells.

You can print the pattern here:

Materials:

  • Anna and Clara’s tube yarn, 3 x 50 g balls
  • Crochet hook, size 8.00 mm.

 

Abbreviations:

ch                  chain
dc                  double crochet
ss                   slip stitch

 

Instructions
Make a loop and work 15 chains (ch). Set a stitch marker in the last ch.

Base:

Rd 1: Turn and work 14 double crochets (dc). To increase, work 3 dc in 15th ch.
Continue on the other side of the chain. Work 13 dc. To increase, work 3 dc in 14th ch.

Rd 2: Continue working in the round. Work 14 dc, 3 dc in 15th dc, 16 dc, 3 dc in 17th dc.

Sides:
Continue working in the round with no dc increase. Work 10 rounds from the side with the stitch marker.

Strap:
Work 5 dc from dc with stitch marker. Work 8 ch (strap 1). Then work 1 dc in the 9th dc from hook, work 9 dc, 8 ch (strap 2), 5 dc. You end back on the side with the stitch marker.

Next rd: dc (also over both straps).

Next rd: slip stitches (ss).

Weave in ends.


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Personalise the sisters’ jewellery box with unique patterns of small beads coming together. “It takes a little patience, but the result is certainly worth the effort,” Anna says about the cosy project, which calls for indoor ‘hygge’ on cold days.

List of materials for this DIY project:
The sisters’ jewellery box
Mini beads
Needle
Thread


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“Save a cardboard box and get out yarn, paint and beads,” Anna encourages. Thus, you have everything needed to create these fine Christmas ornaments which will embellish winter branches as well as the Christmas tree.

List of materials for this DIY project:
Cardboard from a cardboard box
Yarn in different colours
The sisters’ acrylic paint
Paint brush
Scissors
Needle
Stanley knife


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With Anna and Clara’s sparkling glitter canvas, you can conjure up personal and festive art pieces that will be an eye-catcher on the wall. You can add everything from abstract brushstrokes and motifs to sweet and fun children’s art, Anna tells.

List of materials for this DIY project:
Glitter canvas
Paper as a stencil
Pencil
The sisters’ acrylic paint
Paint brushes


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With this simple technique, you can create fun patterns and motifs in the sisters’ polymer clay and cut out small Christmas ornaments for decorating gifts or hanging on the Christmas tree. Polymer clay is easy and soft to work with, and when baked in the oven, it hardens and becomes solid, making it ideal for even small decorations.

List of materials for this DIY project:
Polymer clay in several colours
Polymer clay tool kit
Baking paper
The sisters’ rolling pin with measuring rings
Oven
Stanley knife
Leather string


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Here, Anna shares three different ideas for personal and creative wrapping of this year’s Christmas presents. Learn more in the video and experience both the personal, the classic and the soft gift wrapping.

List of materials for this DIY project:
A picture
Decoration paper
Glitter paper
Pipe cleaner
Ribbon
Gift-wrapping paper
Scrap
Peg
Patchwork fabric
Bark gift-tag
Glue gun


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