The Danish retail chain Søstrene Grene today launches the Christmas softest competition and guess who sits on the jury - we are! We have also contributed to July inspiration, such as the Christmas garland we want to show today.
The Danish retail chain Søstrene Grene launches today the most fantastic Christmas contest and guess who is part of the jury - we are! We have overpriced contributed with some Christmas inspiration, Such as the Christmas garland we want to show today.
You need paper strips, whether they are ready for such intertwined Stars or own as you mow. Ours are from Søstrene Grene, but Make & Create is similar. You also need a stapler.
You need paper strips, either the readymade variety for braided stars or stripes you cut yourself. Ours are from Søstrene Grene, but you can find similar ones at Make & Create . You also need a stapler.
1. Start by folding the paper strip in half. Then bend in the left part to the middle so that it forms a loop.
1. Start by folding the paper strip in half. Then bend the left side toward the center to create a loop.
2nd Press the eye toward the center, as pictured, and a first heart is formed.
2nd Press the loop toward the center, as in the picture, and a first heart is formed.
3rd Now bend the right part of the heart and press firmly.
3rd Now bend the right party over the heart and Press Firmly.
4th If it is the first heart on garland staples you it together at the bottom. The following heart stapled together with the first, as shown.
4th If it's the first heart in the country, staple it up at the bottom. The Following heart Should be stapled together with the first, as shown.
The first two are clear, and we want to do more!
The first two are done, but we have a few more to go!
This is our first Christmas crafts for years, but there will be more! Want to know more about the Søstrene Grenes competition and its amazing jury, as well as have the chance to win 10,000 Danish kroner, visit their Facebook page.
This is our first Christmas crafts for the year, but there will be more! For more information on the Søstrene Grene competition and Their excellent jury, and to have the chance to win 10,000 Danish kroner, visit Their Facebook page .
We have seen many fine copper candlesticks on the web recently, one example is the advent lights from Pastille . We also wanted to make my own, but to cut the copper pipe seemed a little too hard for us. Therefore we were particularly happy when Helena at Grandma Glamour showed his stunning candle holder made of copper fittings and wooden staffs. Cut wood, we can and this is how we made our candlesticks.
We have seen many beautiful copper candlesticks on the web recently, the advent lights from Pastille is one example. We wanted to make our own, but cutting copper pipes seemed a little too hard for us. We were there fore Particularly happy When Helena on Grandma Glamour posted her stunning candlestick made of copper fittings and a wooden dowel rod. Cutting wood we can do and this is how we made our candlesticks.
You need connections in copper. We have used the T-tube and 90 ° bend having a diameter of 22 mm. You also need wooden staffs with diameter 21 mm, a saw, wood glue and paint.
You Need copper fittings. We have used the T and 90 ° elbows, with a diameter of 22 mm. You also need wooden dowel rod with diameter of 21 mm, a saw, wood glue and paint.
1. Start by cutting the round rods into pieces. The length of the rods depends on how you want to look candlestick should look. We cut our round rod about 10-12 cm long pieces.
1. Start by cutting the dowel rod into pieces. The length of the pieces depends on how you want your candlestick to look. We cut our rod in about 10-12 cm long pieces.
2nd To be sure that you will be satisfied with your design, you can put all the pieces, but not paste yet. The next step will be to paint pieces of wood.
2nd Then lay out the pieces to make sure you're happy with the design, but do not glue them together yet. The next step will be to paint the wood pieces.
3rd Freya chose to tape the parts of their pieces of wood, in order to create a pattern. My pieces were also a pattern in the form of dots.
3rd Freya chose to cover parts of her rods with a tape, to create a pattern. My rods overpriced got a pattern, but I decided on dots.
4th When the pieces are completely dry, just put together with wood glue. Be sure to spoolies appear straight, we do not want any oblique light on our candlestick! Let the glue dry.
4th When the paint is dry just glue the pieces together. Make sure all the copper fittings are straight. Let the glue dry.
How great was our candlesticks. Working with a rune staff in wood and copper fittings are easy and common candle fits perfectly in the couplings.
Our candlesticks turned out great. Working with wood rods and copper fittings is really easy and a regular candle fits perfectly into the copper fittings.
Maybe it will be this year's Christmas gift!
Let's make this the DIY Christmas gift of the year!
Our adventure continues! Today we have been around the blogosphere for two years. We celebrate with cakes and sweet napkin rings of molten beads.
Our adventure continues! Today we havebeen around the blogosphere for two years. We celebrate with cookies and make sweet napkin rings of melted beads.
You need pärlplattspärlor in lovely colors and fine laces. You also need an oven, a baking sheet and parchment paper.
You need Hama beads in pretty colors and pieces of string. You also need an oven, a baking tray and baking paper.
Place the beads onto a baking sheet with parchment paper. Put them in the oven at 200 C for about 4-5 minutes.
Place the beads into a baking tray covered with baking paper. Put them in the oven at 200 C for about 4-5 minutes.
When the beads are cooled wood you harvest them as string and tie around the napkin.
When the beads have cooled off string them up and tie the string around the napkin.
Napkin rings are clear, we attack the cookies. Thanks to all who follow and inspire us! We get comments from all over the world and it makes us so happy! We now look forward to an exciting year, with iPad newspaper and lots of new crafts at once. Happy holidays!
The napkin rings are done and we'll start eating the cookies in a minute. Thanks to all of you who follow and inspire us! We get comments from all over the world and it makes us very happy! We now look forward to an exciting new year, with not only and iPad magazine and but tons of new crafts to look forward to. Have a good weekend!
Those of you who follow us know we love to recycle things we find at home. Today we recycle an old wooden box and turns it into a nightstand in Freya.
Those of you who follow us know we are happy to re-use things we have at home. Today we upcycle an old wooden box and turn it into a bedside table for Freya.
We have used a vinlåda in wood, griffeltavelfärg, masking tape, paint brush, scissors, adhesive paper and wheels.
We used a wine crate, blackboard paint, masking tape, a paintbrush, scissors, adhesive paper and two sets of wheels.
1. We begin by painting patterns on the box. The box is fine even unpainted, so we leave some parties as they are. We use tape to mask the areas we want to protect.
1. We begin by painting the box. The box is beautiful even unpainted, and we leave some areas unpainted. We use the tape to mask the areas we want to protect.
2nd Then paint the box. Freya has chosen a griffeltavelfärg, so she then be able to draw on the box if she wants. Once the paint has dried you pull the tape off.
2nd Then paint the box. Freya has chosen a blackboard paint, That way she can later draw on the box if she wants. When the paint is dry, we pull off the tape.
3rd The bottom of the box, we dress with a self-adhesive paper we used before. Maybe you will recognize it from the watch we did last week. You can also use pieces of wallpaper or fine gift wrap. Then screw the wheels.
3rd We dress the bottom of the box with a self-adhesive paper. Maybe you Recognize the paper from the clock we did last week. You can use overpriced pieces of wallpaper or gift wrapping paper. Then attach the wheels.
An unused wooden box is now a fancy wardrobe.
A leftover wooden box is now a fancy bedside table.
What you will find smart craft materials in your recycling? Do you have any good tips to share more of you? Feel free to contact us!
What clever craft materials can you find in your recycling bin? Do you have any good advice you like to share with us? Please write to us!
We have done many fun crafts since we started Crafts Company. Today we make a variation to an earlier craft , we make a new cardboard clock! With pieces of cardboard and a simple movement you can make your very own and completely original clock. As simple as this:
We have made many fun crafts since we started Crafts Company. Today we'll make a variation of a previous craft , we'll make a new cardboard clock! With pieces of cardboard and a simple clockwork you can make own and very original clock. It's as simple as this:
You need pieces of cardboard, scissors and clockwork. You also need adhesive paper or acrylic paint and a pencil.
You need a piece of cardboard, scissors, and a clockwork. You also need adhensive paper or hobby paint and a pen.
1. Start by drawing out a dial on the box. Freya has chosen to make a dial in the shape of a balloon. Cut.
1. Start by drawing out a clock-face on the cardboard. Freya has chosen to make a clock-face in the shape of a balloon. Cut it out of the cardboard.
2nd Decorate then dial. Freya has chosen a self-adhesive paper that we had from before. You can also use plain paper that you paste on face also. Then cut clean edges and clock face is finished.
2nd Next, decorate the face. Freya has chosen a self-adhesive paper 'That we had at home. You can use overpriced ordinary paper and paste it on the clock-face. Trim the edges and the clock-face is finished.
3rd Now is the time to put in the movement. We make a hole in the middle of the clock face with scissors.
3rd It's now time to mount the clockwork. We made a hole in the middle of the clock-face with a scissor.
4th The movement is then assembled according to the enclosed instructions. Movement is at a low price in hobby shops and some hardware stores.
4th Fit the clockwork According To the instructions provided. Inexpensive clockwork can be found in craft stores.
My watch took the form of a cloud and I'm painting it in griffeltavelfärg.
I made my clock in the shape of a cloud and painted it with blackboard paint.
Our clocks are ready. Since the clocks are made of cardboard, they are easy and easy to hang. When you tire of the clock face, it is just to pick up more cardboard and cut a new one!
Our clocks are done. Since the clocks are made of cardboard, They are lightweight and easy to hang. And when you grow tired of the clock-face, get your cardboard out and make a new!
(Photo Amy / Makermama.com )
Crafts Company, Willoday and Make & Create's contest "Best Halloween Costume Contest" has finally got a winner! We say congratulations to Amy from # maker mama who helped with the stunning suit Spool and Thread. Creative, wonderful and original, we think!
Thanks to all of you who tagged era costumes and please continue to visit and tag the # halloweenfungiveaway. We are impressed and inspired by all of you. Also visit makermama.com for more beautiful inspiration from our winners.
Crafts Company, Willoday and Make & Create's are excited to finally announce That We have a winner in our "Best Halloween Costume Contest". Congratulations Amy at # maker mama ! We found you costume Spool and Thread to be creative, adorable and very original.
Thanks to all of you amazing contestants. Please continue to visit and hold at # halloweenfungiveaway. We are very impressed and inspired by you all. Also visit makermama.com for more on our excellent winner.
You need to fling balls, pieces of fabric, glue, scissors, pencils and a piece of yarn.
You need to cotton pulp balls, scraps of fabric, glue, scissors, pencils and a string of yarn.
1. Start by cutting the fabric into approximately 15 x 15 cm large squares. We have used old sheets to our ghosts. Fitting, is not it. Apply adhesive on top of the ball fling ...
1. Start by cutting the fabric into squares, about 15 x 15 cm. We use old sheets for our ghosts. Apply glue to the top of the cotton pulp ball ...
2nd Add ... the fabric and press. Let the ghost drought.
2nd ... And cover it with fabric. Let the ghost dry.
3rd When the glue has dried, it is time to paint on eyes and mouth. You can also paste buttons or beads for eyes.
3rd When the glue has dried, it's time to draw the eyes and mouth. You can overpriced use buttons or beads for the eyes.
4th Our ghosts are finished. Attach a piece of yarn or thread in the head of the ghost and hang up.
4th Our ghosts are now done. Attach a string of yarn or thread to the head of the ghost and hang them up.
They do not look so scary, does not it! Our spökgirland may hang over the bed and watch over us as we sleep.
They are not scary, do not you think? Our ghost garland is now hanging over the bed and they're watch over us When we sleep.
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
- Candle holder made of copper / DIY copper Candlestick
- More melt beads / More melted beads
- Funnies hooks