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Christmas and Holidays

How to create beautiful Christmas ornaments from reused cardboard

“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...

Christmas and Holidays

Create charming Christmas ornaments from polymer clay

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...

Christmas and Holidays

Make a cosy Advent candle decoration for Christmas

Become inspired to create a lovely decoration that highlights the special Christmas spirit. At the same time, the whole family will be able to follow how the Advent candle slowly counts the days until Christmas Eve. List of materials for this DIY project: Advent candle Plate Clay Wire Ribbon Small...

Christmas and Holidays

Create a personal and pretty Advent decoration

December is drawing nearer, and therefore, Anna has been busy creating this year’s Advent decoration. For this, she has used the sisters’ decorative ornaments, together with elements gathered with nature. List of materials for this DIY project: Anna and Clara’s porcelain Advent candleholder Four candles Wire Acorns with glitter Dried...

Garden and plant decoration

Make decorative bells for outdoor ‘hygge’

Create a cosy and decorative outdoor space with room for decorations and small details. Anna has made the lovely, decorative bells on strings which will be a enjoyable experience for guests as well as yourself. Remember to add a dense layer of varnish before hanging the bells outdoors. List of...

Garden and plant decoration

Decorative and practical plant labels

With self-hardening clay, you can easily make personal plant labels which will look decorative while helping to keep track of your plants. It is exciting for children and adults alike to follow the growth from seeds to sprouts to full-grown plants. Anna and Clara recommend that you use home-made plant...

Home and Interior

Clay dish with acrylic paint

Homemade clay dishes decorated with acrylic paint instantly create hygge and personality in your bathroom. “A water-resistant varnish will make your creations more tolerant and at the same time give them a neat, polished look,” Anna reminds us. Did you like this post? – please do not hesitate to share...

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Embossed napkin rings

Lay a table with classic elegance. Anna was inspired by the beauty of marble when creating these napkin rings in clay.“Classic, simple and elegant,” in Anna’s own words. Method 1. Roll out three pieces of clay, as shown in the photo. 2. Twist the three pieces together, then knead carefully...

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Clay decorations with glitter

Add a bit of glamour to your home interiors. Shimmering decorations can give your daily routine a festive feel, according to the sisters. Method 1. Knead glitter in your chosen colour into the clay. 2. If you only want glitter on half the decoration, create two balls of clay –...

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Clay ornaments with pressed patterns

Make adorable hanging decorations with natural motifs. In Clara’s mind, ‘clay’ and ‘play’ are synonymous. What could be more fun than transforming this natural material into little hanging decorations with delicate patterns. Method 1. Knead the clay, then roll it out flat. Gently press patterns into the clay using the...

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Clay wall hanging

Make a wonderful wall decoration for your home. Be inspired by the sisters’ bold and tasteful choice of colours, which stand out beautifully against a classic white background. Method 1. Knead the clay, then roll it out flat. Make shapes using the clay cutters. Make either one or two holes...

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Fabulous creatures

Colourful and full of fun. Play with colours, shapes and beads in this DIY project to make all sorts of imaginative animals. Method 1. Roll out the clay, and cut it into the desired shape using clay cutters or a knife. Simply use your imagination. 2. Insert a screw eye...

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