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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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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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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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Felt sleeve for tablet or smartphone

Wrap tech devices in soft textiles. Protect these fragile devices from scratches by making a sleeve in 100% pure wool. “Both stylish and practical,” as Clara would say. Method 1. Measure your tablet or smartphone and transfer the measurements to the felt. Add one centimetre to each side and at...

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Decorations inspired by nature

Wrapping with natural elements. A bit of greenery from the garden can add life and style to any gift, according to Anna. See how she uses leaves and twigs from the garden. Method 1. Attach the desired decorations to the gift. You can use a stamp to write a name...

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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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Decorative paper rosettes

Turn paper into art. Here, Anna has created a work of art directly on the wall using colourful paper rosettes – which Clara finds quite exquisite. Method 1. Take out three sheets of design paper. 2. Fold the three sheets into fans. The photos show how to make two rosettes...

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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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Host and hostess gift

Treats in pretty wrapping. Homemade treats are always a delight, and Anna and Clara therefore love to give sweet gifts wrapped in food-grade boxes and tissue paper. Method 1. Roll out the clay, and create a pattern using your chosen stamp. For instance, you can write the name of 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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Leather bowl for odds and ends

Decorative storage. Jewellery, keys, drawing pins or something else entirely – these bowls are ideal for storing all manner of odds and ends, if you ask Clara. You can print the template here: Download Method 1. Trace the templates onto the leather, then cut out the shapes. 2. Mark the...

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