Yesterday it was time again – our second appearance on Swedish television! I part 2 of “Julstök med Lasse Kronér” we made more crafts for Christmas. The full programcan be foundhere. This time we’re 31.50 minutes in to the program.
This time we made lanterns, yarn baubles, matchbox makeovers and rings of pearls to hang from the tree. See us again on december 23 , 20.00 on SVT1!
Two years ago Pyselbolaget and Helena from Craft & Creativity showed you how to fold an easy origami star for Christmas. It’s still one of our most popular posts. We think you like to fold the stars, and we now have more stars for you to make for Christmas. We show a simple version here and Helena has a little more complicated star on Craft & Creativity today.
You need nice paper, a hole punch or scissors and glue sticks.
1. Start by punching or cutting out circles. To each star needed 6 circles and they need to be equal in size.
2. First fold the circle in half vertically. Unfold and fold the circle in half horizontally. Unfold.
3. Hold the circle so that the fold forms an x and gently fold the sides into the center of the circle. Do the same with all six circles. Finally paste the folded circles together as shown on the picture.
Done! We found a tutorial for this little sweetheart on the blog NotableNest, were you can find lots of pretty varieties. If you crave a more advanced star we think you should visit Craft & Creativity, Helena is also folding stars today.
Dear readers, we are so excited to announce that we’ve now hadourtelevisiondebut! In the Swedish program“Julstök med Lasse Kronér”last Sunday we did what we like do best – Christmas crafts!The full programcan be found here, and you’ll find us15:35minutes in to the program.
In this first program we made christmas trees out of egg carton, we decorated cups and made pine cone angels. We also decorate a traditional Swedish Advent star with dots printed with q-tips. The next program is on December 21 on SVT1.