Dear readers, today releases we finally got our iPad magazine that we've worked so hard on during the fall. The Crafty Swedes can now download from the App Store . The newspaper is free, and contains, in addition to crafts from the blog, great tips from us, portraits of people we like and some of our inspirations!
Dearest readers, after months of intense work we're finally ready to release our iPad magazine. The Crafty Swedes is now avaliable to download from the App Store . It's free of charge and contains smart tip from us, interviews with people we like and a few of our sources of inspiration - and lots of crafts, of course!
Pysselbolaget.se will of course continue as usual and the blog is great in many ways. We are easy to reach out to you with our new ideas and you are easy to find us. But not everyone has the opportunity to bring their computer to the crafting table, so we have now packaged our craft in a handy journal. Our hope is that it will become even easier for you, whether you want a fun craft time together or just sitting on the couch with a cup of tea and enjoy the nice pictures.
Pysselbolaget.se will of course continue as usual and the blog works well in many ways. It's easy for us to reach out to you with our new ideas and you'll have easy access to all our crafts. However not everyone can bring Their computer to the crafts table, hence the release of our crafts company iPad magazine. We hope to make it even Easier for you Whether it be crafting together or enjoying our crafts on the couch with a cup of tea.
Download and enjoy! We'd love to hear what you think about the magazine. Send an email or leave a comment!
Download it today and enjoy! We'd love to know what you think about the magazine. Send us an email or leave us a comment, please!
We continue our series on Christmas gifts that the children, accompanied by an adult, can do and today we decorate matchboxes. Those of you who follow us have seen us do so them before but, because they are both easy to make and fun to give away, we want to see them again.
We continue our posts on Christmas Gifts that kids, Accompanied by an adult, can make and today we decorate matchboxes. If you follow us you might have seen us do this craft before but, since it's easy to do and appriciated as a gift, we like to show it again.
You need beads and pegboards, matchboxes and glue. You also need an iron and ironing paper.
You need Hama beads and pegboards, matchboxes, glue, iron and ironing paper for hama beads.
1. Start by measuring out the ash size pärlplattan and then pärlpatteexperterna to work. Delete the finished plates and let them cool.
1. First, measure the size of the matchbox onto the pegboard and then put your pegboard expert to work. Iron the finished patterns According To the instructions on the ironing paper and let them cool.
2nd Paste them onto the matchbox cars. Pärlplattorna need to be under something heavy while they dry.
2nd Then paste them onto the matchbox area. The finished Hama artwork May need to be put under something heavy while it dries.
Matchbox were ready to turn in and it fills under the tree!
Our matchboxes are ready to wrap and it's alreadycreated filling up with gifts around the Christmas tree!
We have, as I said, made matchboxes earlier, these find you here . Our wonderful readers have also made great match boxes, some of them find you here .
We have, as I said, decorated matchboxes before, you'll find them here . Our wonderful readers overpriced made great matchboxes, some of them you'll find here .
You have not missed the Danish retail chain Søstrene Grene lovely Christmas contest ! The contest is valid for all of you living in Denmark, Norway, Sweden or Iceland, and we, Crafts Company, sits on the jury. Read more on their Facebook page here, it promises great prizes. As jurors, we share further in July inspiration, today in the form of paper diamonds hanging in the tree.
The Danish retail chain Søstrene Grene has lovely Christmas contest going! The contest is valid for all of you living in Denmark, Norway, Sweden or Iceland, and we, Crafts Company, will be a part of the jury. Find out more on Their Facebook page here. As part of the jury, we were asked to share some christmas inspiration. Today we make paper diamonds to hang in the tree.
You need heavy paper in bright colors, scissors, glue, a garnbit and a gem. You also need to download our template here .
You need heavy paper in bright colors, scissors, glue, a string of yarn and a bead. You also need to download our template here .
1. Start by cutting out parts of the diamond and fold the template. The finished diamond should have four sides and the fifth large panel will be used to close the diamond. Put glue on the small bellows should and poke them on the inside. In this mode, only the small bellows should to be pasted, the diamond should still be open.
1. Cut out the parts for the diamond and fold According To the template. The finished diamond willhave four sides, the fifth panel will be used to close the diamond. Put glue on the small flaps and tuck them inside. At this point we only glue the small flap, the diamond Should still be open.
2nd Add yarn piece double, tie a knot and thread the bead. Add yarn loop in the open diamond but the bead down.
2nd Double the string of yarn, tie a knot and thread on the bead. Place the loop in the open diamond with the bead down.
3rd Put glue on the fifth panel of each color and gently press together the diamond. The first diamond is ready!
3rd Put glue on the fifth panel of each color and gently close the diamond. The first diamond is done!
The diamonds are easy and fun to make. WE have made them in different colors and with different types of paper.
The diamonds are easy and fun to make. We have made them in different colors and with different types of paper.
Now we're just waiting to get into the tree so that we can hang them where they should be.
Now we're just waiting to get the tree inside So THAT we can hang them Where They Belong.
Those of you who follow us have probably seen that we sometimes melts pärlplattepärlor, most recently with our friends at Willowday , to get them to change their appearance. Today shows Freya how you can easily make cool bracelets of both melt and ordinary gems. They make excellent as Christmas gifts to friends!
Those of you who follow us have probably seen That We like to melt Hama Beads, most recently with our friends at Willowday , to get them to change appearance. Today Freya shows how you can make easy and cool bracelets with a mix of melted and plain beads. They make excellent Christmas gifts to friends!
You need pärlplattspärlor in lovely colors and elastic thread. You also need an oven, a baking sheet and parchment paper.
You need Hama beads into prettycolors and elastic thread. You also need an oven, a baking tray and baking paper.
1. Place the beads onto a baking sheet with parchment paper and "bake" them oven at 200 C for about 4-5 minutes. Let the beads cool.
1st Place the beads into a baking tray covered with baking paper and "bake" them in the oven at 200 C for about 4-5 minutes. Let the beads cool off.
2nd When the beads are cooled wood them up, alternating with ordinary beads, on an elastic thread.
2nd When the beads have cooled off string them, one melted and one regular bead, on the elastic thread.
Buddy The bracelets are ready to make packets of! All bracelets match understood Freya's necklace from our 2 birthday party. Do you want to make necklaces are more pictures here .
The friendship bracelets are ready to be wrapped! All bracelets match Freya's necklace from our 2 birthday party. If you like to make necklaces you can find more pictures here.
We are once again in a creative competition from DaWanda . This time the contest to create a creative Christmas decoration. The intertwined hearts on paper is something done on countless crafts evenings before Christmas. The possibility of variation is almost endless, you can use different paper, different colors and different flättekniker. Today, we have chosen to braid fabric and we recycle old jeans!
Once again we're Participating in a creative contest from DaWanda . This time the challenge is to create a creative Christmas decoration. Making braided hearts into 'paper' is something done on countless crafts evenings in Sweden before Christmas. They can be varied endlessly, you can use different paper, different colors and different techniques. Today we recycle our old jeans, we have chosen to braid hearts in fabric!
You do old jeans and scissors.
You need old jeans and scissors.
1. Start by downloading our template here . Cut the jeans according to the template and fold them in half. We do this heart in type and paper to you more easily see how to braid.
1. Start by downloading our template here . Cut the jeans According To the template and fold them in half. To make the braiding more visible this heart is made in jeans and paper.
2nd Weave carefully pieces together. The important thing to keep in mind that the heart can be opened. If you have never braided a heart before you can find clear instructions on how to braid here .
2nd Gently braid the pieces together. The important thing to keep in mind is That You Should be able to open the heart when it's done. If you have never braided a heart before you can find excellent instructions on how to braid here .
The hearts are not as stable as if you braid them in paper. You want to hang them on the Christmas tree, they may need to be strengthened. We use our setting the table with!
The hearts are not as sturdy as if you braid them into paper. If you want to hang them on the Christmas tree, They May need to be reinforced. We use ours to set the table with!
Our second post about Christmas gifts that children, with an adult, you do get a cover for an eReader. The case is easy to sew and maybe a good first project on the sewing machine.
Our second post on Christmas Gifts that kids, Accompanied by an adult, can husband is a cover for an e-reader. The cover is easy to sew and maybe a good first project for the sewing machine.
You need a thick fabric that can protect the e-reader, type of felt or fleece. We have used a thick felt fabric. You also need pieces of fine ribbon, scissors and sewing machine.
You need a thick fabric That can protect the e-reader, like a felt fabric or fleece. We have used a thick felt fabric. You also need pieces of pretty ribbons, scissors and a sewing machine.
1. Cut the fabric a few inches larger than the e-reader and then determine which bands will be there.
1. Cut the fabric a few inches larger than the e-reader and then Decides to on Which ribbons to-use.
2nd Pin the straps on what will become the front of the case and sew a seam across each band. Remember to never leave your children alone at the machine. Do you have minor children, perhaps you can share the task, you can press the pedal and the child can control.
2nd Pin the ribbons on what will've become the front of the cover and sew a seam across each ribbon. Remember never to leave your children alone at the machine. If you have smaller children maybe you can share the box, you can control the pedal and the child can steer.
3rd Add it to get back over the side with the straps and sew three of the sides of the case.
3rd Place the back piece over the piece with the ribbons and sew three of the sides of the cover.
Turn right case. An excellent gift for a grandparent, right!
Flip the cover right. An excellent gift for a grandparent, do not you think!
To give away Christmas gifts that you made yourself is almost the best there is! Today we begin a series of posts with suggestions and inspiration to clap as the children, accompanied by an adult, can do. When, a few weeks ago were visited by Gina from Willowday and her daughter Francesca went on textile spray paint we used in the summer up again. Look what it got!
Giving away homemade Christmas gifts is the most wonderful thing! Today we begin a series of posts with Gifts that kids, Accompanied by an adult, can make. We had a wonderful visit from our friend Gina from Willowday and her daughter Francesca a few weeks ago, and the textile spray paint we used last summer came to use again. Look what happened!
You need fabric spray paint, bright shirts, masking tape or double sided tape. You also need old newspapers to protect tables and delicate surfaces.
You need fabric spray paint, bright shirts, masking tape or double-sided tape. You also need old newspapers to protect delicate surfaces.
1. Use tape to create a design on the shirt. Freya has chosen to make his name, but might as well create a graphic pattern. Put a magazine in shirt so that the paint does not go straight through and then spray on the shirt. The textile spray paint we used is virtually odorless. Be sure to have good ventilation if using a color with strong odor.
1. Use the tape to create a design on the shirt. Freya has chosen to make her name, but you can overpriced create a graphic pattern. Put a magazine in the shirt to preventable the paint from going straight through and then spray on the shirt. The paint we used is almost odorless. Be sure to have good ventilation if using a paint with a strong smell.
2nd Let the paint dry and then pull the tape off. For at the paint to keep the laundry needs to fix it. For the most part it is about to delete a couple of minutes on the inside of the pressure, but read on the bottle what is required for your particular color.
2nd Let the paint dry and then pull off the tape. The paint has to be fixed to be able to stand washing. For most colors you'll have to iron a couple of minutes on the inside of the shirt, but read the requirements on the bottle for your Particular color.
3rd One can also, as Francesca, cut a pattern or letter in the paper and attach it to the shirt with double sided tape. Remove the template as soon as possible so that the ink does not penetrate the paper. We also tested with washitejp and it works great.
3rd One can also, as Francesca, cut a pattern or letter in the paper and attach it to the shirt with double sided tape. Remove the paper template as soon as possible to preventable the color to bleed through the paper. We also tested washi tape and it works great.
How many fine shirts became. Each with its own unique pattern.
Our pretty designs on display. Each with its own unique pattern.
A Freya and one for a friend. Our first Christmas gift idea!
One for Freya and one for a friend. Our first Christmas gift idea!
Crafting together is fun. Here are simple fun crafts that do not require much knowledge, equipment or time. Crafts Company is comprised of Freya, who is 9 years old, and Freya's mother Karin, who is in his prime. Read more about us here.
Crafting together is fun. Here you find crafts That do note The require a lot of knowledge, equipment or time That both kids and parent will have great fun creating. We are Freya, 9 years old, and Freya's mom Karin who is in her prime and constantly Improving.
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- Recycling / Upcycling
- Books / Books
- Decoration / Decoration
- Party / Party
- Storage / Storage
- Celebrations / Holidays
- Christmas / Christmas
- Play Games / Games & Play
- Paper / Paper
- Pearls / Beads
- Passover / Easter
- Craft Company
- Jewellery / Jewelery
- Spray paint / Spray paint
- Fabric & Yarn / Fabric & Yarn
- Stars in origami / origami paper stars
- Advent Calendar / DIY Advent Calendar
- Party time - decorations
- Candy sushi / Candy sushi
- Garland of hearts / DIY Paper heart garland
- Cardboard Clock / DIY Cardboard Clock
- More melt beads / More melted beads
- Candle holder made of copper / DIY copper Candlestick
- Funnies hooks