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How to create a personal jewellery box with bead patterns

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...

Christmas and Holidays

Create a Christmas landscape with the family

Anna finds that it is a wonderful Christmas tradition for the entire family to build a Christmas landscape. She encourages you to combine old Christmas decorations with new elements that will form a cosy and snow-filled Christmas fairytale with snow, elves, animals and angels. List of materials for this DIY...

Home and Interior

Make personal and decorative storage boxes

Personalise the children’s room with their own decorations on the practical storage boxes. Using the sisters’ stencils, you are well on your way to creating exciting designs in the children’s favourite colours. List of materials for this DIY project: Wooden storage boxes Acrylic paint Sponge Paint brush Stencil Tape, optionally...

Home and Interior

Learn how to make fun papier mâché wall decorations

Anna enjoys how the wall decorations add something different to the wall. She suggests that you let the fun and decorative wall decorations adorn the children’s room or break with the traditional photo wall. Furthermore, you can learn how to mix papier mâché in the video. List of materials for...

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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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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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Bowls

Made from papier mâché and dried flowers. Anna dried flowers from the garden over the summer, and now she has had the brilliant idea to decorate papier mâché bowls with natural beauties. Tip Anna has a big book that she always uses to press and dry flowers. The drying time...

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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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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...

Home and Interior

Create floral art with ‘Pouring Paint’

Using the sisters’ ‘Pre-mixed Pouring Acrylic Paint’, a bit of yarn and golden foil, you can create interesting pieces of art. “With this simple technique, even beginners can join in,” Anna tells. List of materials for this DIY project: Canvas Golden foil flake embellishments Yarn Paintbrush Silicone oil Hairdryer Buckets...

Home and Interior

Learn how to install new knobs

”You can give an old furniture piece a completely new look by adding new knobs,” Anna tells. The sisters’ ceramic knobs come in ten different variants. Did you like this post? – please do not hesitate to share it with your friends:

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