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Silly heads

Passion for papier mâché. Tip You can also make statuettes that look great in other parts of the house besides the children’s rooms. Method 1. Inflate a balloon, taking care not to make it too big. Cut a strip of corrugated cardboard, fold it into a tube, then tape it...

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Wall decorations

Fun and play with stamps. Tip By making a repeating pattern using the wall stamps, you can create a lovely wallpaper look in a children’s room. Method 1. Paint in freeform an area approximately 25x25 cm in size in your favourite colour. Let the paint dry completely before continuing. 2....

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Baskets

Soft and convenient storage. Clara can always use new bowls and baskets for storage, and this simple felt design is perfect for her desk. Download Method 1. Transfer the basket template to some baking paper, see how on page 5. Place two pieces of felt one on top of the...

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Wall baskets

Crochet storage to hang on the wall. In these images, you can see both the bottom and the handle of the basket to make it easier to successfully recreate Anna’s design. How to do post stitching: Post stitching is done by hooking around the post of the stitch rather than...

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Belt

Soft and comfortable velour. A belt can quickly become the little detail that makes the big different. This inspired Anna to create this velour design, which is easy to make at home. Tip Clara recommends making the belt in several different colours so you have a selection to choose from....

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Bird ornament

Little bird sing the advent of Christmas. These birds make lovely host and hostess gifts during the holiday season, believes Clara. Download Method 1. Transfer the bird template to baking paper, see how on page 5. Fold a piece of fabric in half with the wrong side out. Trace the...

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Keyrings

Carefully crafted with beautiful leather. “It is easy to tell the house key and car key apart when they are on separate keyrings,” explains Clara. Download Method 1. Transfer the template to baking paper, see how on page 5. Trace the template onto the kraft paper. When cutting out the...

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Pot holders

Felted accessories for the kitchen. They say that knitting soothes a restless and troubled mind. And Anna certainly feels relaxed when she knits. 1. Image 1 shows a pot holder before the felting process, which takes place when you wash the pot holder at 40°C. 2. This is what the...

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Drum ornament

Classic and elegant christmas ornaments. To Clara, a properly decorated Christmas tree always includes at least one colourful Christmas drum. Download Use the following templates for one drum: - One wide strip. - One strip with sawtooth pattern. - Two circles for the top and bottom. - Two narrow strips....

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Bracelets

Luxurious leather jewellery with beads. Many years ago, Anna gave Clara a bracelet like this, and she still loves it to this day. 1. Cut a length of leather string measuring 40 cm. String the desired beads onto the leather. 2. Now it is time to tie the first knot....

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Rainbow

Pastel magic for children’s rooms. People always say there is a treasure at the end of the rainbow, so Clara recommends hanging these up in the rooms where your little treasures sleep. Method 1. Cut four lengths of wool yarn, measuring 80 cm, 72 cm, 66 cm and 60 cm,...

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Acorn ornament

Crochet winter decorations for the home. Tip For a bigger acorn, use a bigger crochet hook. The acorn in the image has been made using crochet hooks in sizes 2.5 mm and 3.5 mm. Abbreviations S        stitch Ch     chain stitch Ss      slip stitch Dc     double crochet stitch   Crochet pattern...

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Fun animals

Bring cardboard to life. Yet another idea Reuse one of your old cardboard boxes to make a little house for the animals. Tip These fun animals can also be used as table decorations for a child’s birthday party or as place cards for a christening. Download Method 1. Cut narrow...

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Cornets

Just in time for holiday treats. Clara likes to fill Christmas cornets with individually wrapped treats before hanging them on the tree. Download Method 1. Transfer the cornet template to baking paper, see how on page 5. Trace the template onto the kraft paper using a pencil and cut out...

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Christmas trees and baubles

Beautiful christmas display and window decorations. Tip ”Christmas trees and baubles made of felt and corrugated cardboard go well together as the two materials complement each other nicely,” says Anna. Download Method 1. Transfer the circle template, see how on page 5. Draw approximately 60 circles onto either felt or...

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Magazine rack

A lightweight kraft paper design. Show off your weeklies and magazines in style with Anna and Clara’s wall-mounted magazine rack which makes use of the vertical surfaces in a space. Method 1. First, iron the kraft paper. Now cut out a piece of kraft paper measuring 16x100 cm. This piece...

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Necklaces

Simple elegance. Tip Instead of crocheting the pendant, you can cut out a circle of felt. See Anna’s felt pendant in the colour burgundy. Abbreviations: S             stitch Ch          chain stitch Ss           slip stitch Dc          double crochet stitch   Crochet pattern Crocheted charm: Start by making a magic circle with 6...

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Pendant lamp

Made with love and kraft paper. Anna was inspired by the flowers of late summer when she designed this pendant lampshade. Method 1. Iron the kraft paper. Now cut two pieces of paper measuring 13x30 cm (these are the A pieces) and two pieces measuring 14x30 cm (these are the...

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Adorable garland

Gifts decorated with garlands. There is nothing more festive than a lovely garland, according to the sisters, who have wrapped garlands of paper flowers and streamers around their gifts. Method 1. Anna has used tags in various shapes for this project. Use the tags you like most. 2. Thread the...

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Hanging christmas tree ornament

Simple and stylish. There is nothing like a beautiful decoration to make you feel all Christmassy, according to Anna. These Christmas trees can be made from leather, felt or some other material. 1. Draw the tree onto a piece of leather, then cut it out. Using punch pliers, make two...

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