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Three Christmas ornament crochet patterns

Anna loves crocheting, and small projects are done in a twinkling. Many evening hours are often spent making dainty crochet creations from yarn, and these days she is busy crocheting Christmas ornaments. Anna has decided to share three sweet and free crochet patterns with you. Now, it is up to...

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Cut and fold animals

When Anna and the nieces got scissors and paper at hand, they quickly created fine, little pieces of art. Materials: Leather straps, price per item from EUR 3.34 / GBP 3.28 Cardboard, price per item from EUR 0.83 / GBP 0.81 Eyelets, buttonhole studs, EUR 1.76 / GBP 1.72 Eyelet...

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Clay ornaments

Anna has made small ornaments that are being displayed on the fresh branches and flowers she just grabbed from the garden. In the video, you can see how you can make ornaments made of clay and yarn yourself. Material: Modeling clays, price per item  EUR 3,64 / GBP 3,63 Yarn,...

Christmas and Holidays

DIY – Aromatic cinnamon ornaments

These days, Anna is making her final preparations before the Christmas celebrations. Have a look at the video and discover how Anna's aromatic cinnamon ornaments can create a perfect Christmas atmosphere in your home. You can print the template here: Download Materials: Cinnamon sticks, price per pack EUR 0,98 /...

Christmas and Holidays

DIY – Christmas trees made of straws

At Christmas time, Anna is fond of making home-made Christmas decorations. Have a look at the video in which she transforms straws into creative Christmas tree ornaments. Materials: Straws, price per pack EUR 1,08 / GBP 0,98 *RRP Find the items in your local Søstrene Grene from week 50, 2017...

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DIY – Macramé ornaments

On a trip to the beach the other day, Anna found some dainty pebbles. In this video, you can discover how to make you own macramé ornaments with pebbles, yarn and beads. Materials: Vase, price per item EUR 5,48 / GBP 5,39 Beads, prices from EUR 1,54 / GBP 1,28...

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DIY – Wall decoration from polymer clay

Decorate the walls in your home with personal ornaments which you made yourself. Anna is using both polymer clay and glitter cardboard for this creative project. Did you like this post? – please do not hesitate to share it with your friends:

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DIY – Make patchwork ornaments

“Patience is a virtue”, as Anna always says. She is currently sewing lovely patchwork ornaments by hand and you are welcome to join the fun. You can print the template here: Download  Did you like this post? – please do not hesitate to share it with your friends:

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DIY – Homemade bookmark

Anna has created a lovely book tassel, which you can use to begin where you last left off. In this video, you can watch Anna’s creative process when she shows how to make a personal bookmark. Did you like this post? – please do not hesitate to share it with...

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DIY – Glitter glue ornaments

With a glue gun and some glitter glue, you can create a variety of patterns and motifs to display from early springtime branches. Find your spring spirits with Anna, who is making flowers from glitter glue. Did you like this post? – please do not hesitate to share it with...

Christmas and Holidays

DIY – Yarn-wrapped star ornaments

Anna has come up with the idea to create yarn-wrapped star ornaments to decorate her home. Watch the video and discover how yarn, glue, a few beads and a bit of cardboard can be turned into wonderful decorations. Download template here: Download  Did you like this post? – please do...

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DIY – Fold paper stars

Each year Clara seems to struggle with how to fold paper stars. In this video you can learn exactly how to fold the tricky stars from paper strips. Did you like this post? – please do not hesitate to share it with your friends:

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