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Enjoyable spinning tops

Gather the family and decorate the spinning tops with ornamental patterns. Discover how new colours and designs occur when the top spins. List of materials for this DIY project: Cardboard bits Pens A small coin Scissors Did you like this post? – please do not hesitate to share it with...

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Shopper with print and embroidery

You can buy shoppers with motifs, but you can, of course, also decorate your own bags. Anna definitely recommends doing your own, which is why she has been busy painting and embroidering cotton shoppers. Ideas for use of cotton shoppers Anna uses cotton shoppers for a wealth of different purposes:...

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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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Sleepy hedgehog

Shhh. The hedgehogs are snoozing. Anna adores the little creatures that have inspired this project. A nice little autumn decoration for your home. Method Download 1. Roll the felt into a cone that fits the size of the pinecone. Glue to hold the felt in place. 2. Embroider eyes on...

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Metal mobile with paper and feathers

Decorate your home with paper and feathers. Frame the details of these delicate hanging decorations designed by Anna. Mix colours and patterns to reflect your personal style. Method 1. Trace the shape of the clay cutter onto both design paper and cardboard, then cut them out. 2. Glue the two...

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Invitations and thank you cards

Personal and handmade. Making homemade cards is fun, and the result is always personal. Here is an example of an invitation and a thank you card designed by Anna. Method 1.  Attach the wooden decorations using double adhesive pads. 2. Use stamps to print the desired text. 3. Glue on...

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Hanging christmas pixie decoration

Invite the Christmas pixies in. Clara thinks the little Christmas pixies are so cute, and plans to hang them all over the house. Download Method: 1. Roll the felt into a cone to match the size of the wooden bead and glue to hold in place. 2. Cut a piece...

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Christmas cards

Send sweet greetings. The sisters love to keep traditions alive, which is why they send Christmas cards to all their dear friends and family. Method 1. Trace the desired shapes onto a piece of paper and cut them out. 2. Slice two parallel lines into the front of the card...

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Felt mobile

Make a beautiful mobile. Here, Anna has used felt, which is made from 100% wool, making the material a delight to work with.“Good-quality materials and beautiful results go hand in hand,” as Anna says. You can print the template here: Download 1. Transfer the templates of the mushroom, acorn and...

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Dancing bead people

Fun dancing bead people. These decorative people created by the sisters are light and quirky. Make them from beads and pipe cleaners in your favourite colours. Method 1. Thread beads onto two pipe cleaners. Remember that Søstrene Grene always stocks ironing beads in a variety of colours. Cut one pipe...

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Confetti invitations

Make a confetti envelope. Parties call for fun and unconventional invitations, according to the sisters. You can make your own envelope and fill it with confetti along with the invitation. Method 1. Cut two transparent sheets to the desired size for the envelope. Make the confetti using the puncher. 2....

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