Making Easter Cards is a tradition in Sweden and they’re front and center today because, in Sweden, today is the day where kids traditionally dress up like witches and go from door to door, trick or treating; leaving handmade cards in exchange for candy! (or for a few, bunny oranges)
Here are over one dozen Funny Bunnies for you or your kids to make! We have no shortage of funny bunny love and I’ve counted more than one dozen, willowday, funny bunny ideas: Bunnies in the kitchen. Bunnies on the table. Bunnies Baskets and Bunny Jewellery. Hop below to find just the right funny bunny for you.
Friday Flowers and hidden places that I can’t keep to myself. Yesterday, I drove about two hours north west from Stockholm with the morning light to a Photography Workshop called, Hidden Places Workshop. The workshop was so inspiring, it was almost overwhelming. As a way to focus myself, I made full use of the room full
Easter is really sneaking up on me this year and as I looked back to what we’ve done before. I realised that we have 1 Dozen Easter Egg Ideas, in one basket, right here. Jump down to get you fill…
Happy Friday, We have sun and this is keeping thoughts of rainbows large in my mind this week. Although, we still have a lot of snow and need to make our own, here’s one last Rainbow Project for you to do with your kids and links for some rainbow-inspired treats, too.
50 Shades of Gray and finding your color palette
Of course, you can make your own rainbow! Here are 10 Rainbow Projects for you to make with kids, too. These are tried and true rainbow-projects. There is a rainbow for each and every one of you: young or young-at-heart; inside or outdoors, in or out of the kitchen!
Happy Friday. We’re starting March snowy + white. With a one solid week of non-stop snow and the kids home from school, I get the question repeatedly: “How do you survive winters with kids?” It’s easier than you think. In fact, I could quickly count 10 ideas for Winter Play that I always had my back
Hello there on this February Monday. We have snow and I can’t hold roses from my garden in my hand but, I can surround myself with them AND I’m sending you some, too! I have a gift for you: February Desktop Wall Paper. It’s Monday. I’m going to get right to the point: jump below to get yours
Hip hip hurray, it’s no ordinary day.
Hi Friday! Hello, Winter Olympics. Ready for the Olympics? Here are 5 projects for your mini-Olympians: Olympic Printable, a Olympic (healthy) edible and ideas for them to make themselves.
Hello Week. We all feel the pull of the seasons and I wanted to wish January a beautiful good bye.
DIY Finger Knit Valentine Decorations. Do you want a Valentine’s Day decoration that looks like it could come right from a display in Anthropologie. Better yet, it’s a very simple project that your kids can make on their own or side-by-side with you. This is a project for all ages. This is a project with anyone
Pompoms for the people! Whether your incentive is for Valentine’s Day or just because, I love these Heart-Shaped Pompoms for Ice Skates and can’t wait to spread them to you. And to you friends! “Pompoms for the people, friends.”
This recipe is the bomb. These raw brownies have passed the test of the hardest critic in the house hold and are my go to treat, when I want to make the kids a mid-week treat but one that’s healthy, too. (And you: I love these and feel no post-holiday guilt.)
Shifting Seasons + All caps. Exclamation points. Emoji + Botanical Ice Luminary. This weekend, the skies were the bluest shade of blue. Winter’s shifting. We’ve left the darkest month of winter and are now moving to the blue skied days of winter. A friend recently asked me if I thought that seasons had a particular
Happy New Year from my neighborhood to your own.
Hi Friends, New and Old. Before I kick off an official Willowday New Year, I’d like to close the holidays and bring in one, very, last, guest: Marie , who also shared ornaments on DAY 9 in the 24 Days of Scandinavian Creativity and stockings with leather, here in 2016. I hope you were able to join us the month of December and that you’ve
Hi friends! Happy New Years! I’ll be back with regular willowday posts soon but wanted to extend this month where I’ve been able to celebrate creative collaborations, sharing them with you here. I hope you’ve enjoyed this series. It’s been such fun to organize and today, I’ve invited one more guest with a breakfast
Happy Holidays and welcome to the last day of the 24 Days of Scandinavium Creativity. As the last day in the calendar, Ulrika is sharing an easy to make, last minute, dessert. Continue with me below
Welcome Dörte of Lewes Maps, in England with DAY 23: Simple ivy wreath and tiny origami stars
Welcome Ane with DAY 22!
Welcome, Merrilee with DAY 21
I’m thrilled to introduce today’s post and guest, Annelie of Blomster och bakverk which translates to Flowers and Baked Goods.
Welcome to DAY 19: with Mia who’s sharing Air dried Clay Ornements
Welcome Lina with a wonderful, HANGING WREATH, for the holidays and DAY 18. It’s such a pleasure to welcome Lina back. Lina’s has been with this projects from the beginning and is a constant source of positivity and creativity. Today’s classic is such a beautiful touch for the season and I look forward to sharing Lina and clever solution for these
Looking for a simple project to make with your kids? Make these Snowman Nightlight Ornaments: Frosty the Snowman’s coming to town in the shape of a Snowman Nightlight Ornament. Today, make Snowman Nightlights, for bedsides or to use as a special ornament. Continue with me below for tutorial…
There are some people who just exude generosity of spirit, goodness, at first glance. Although we’ve never met, from the moment I first saw Sif’s “Greenilious” work and world, I knew she was authentically this. I’m pinching myself to have, Sif, an award winning Chef and Cookbook Author, is joining us from Denmark with DAY 17: An Edible Christmas Advent
Welcome to 24 Days of Scandinavian Christmas with today’s returning guest, Helena Lyth.
Today’s Ornament for kids is guest creative, Malin, who lives in Sweden and is joining us with an ornament that she’s created with her 10 year old daughter, Hanna. They’ve made Felt Wreath Ornaments together and I love the idea. I can imagine sitting down with my kids making these. Thank you, Malin. Follow me below to see how:
Make your own, Shadow Box Ornaments, this year. Tree trimming is, in itself, if a bit of an event or theatre. We take out all of our ornaments that are new, old, and handmade, every year. Each ornament that makes the tree, has a story. My Grandmother gave us a new ornament every year. Now,
Welcome to 24 Days of Scandinavian Christmas Creativity. Tinker like a Christmas elf and make Norwegian Christmas House Blocks with today’s gusts, Lulu the Baker’s, Melissa.
Welcome to the 24 Days of Scandinavian Creativity Calendar. I’m joining and sharing, daily posts, from 24 creatives in a collaborative project this month of December. I’m so happy to meet you here. Today, let’s welcome, Chiara, for DAY 14. Crepe Paper Wreath Cupcake Toppers. continue below for full post
Welcome back, returning guests, Matilda and Nathalie from Babes in Boyland.
Happy Lucia. Brighten the darkest days of December. Make these Lucia Nightlight Ornaments to use bedside or as an ornament. I’ll show you how below.
Hi, I know. This month is off to a racing start. When I decided to create this year’s 4th Annual 24 Days of Scandinavian Creative Calendar, I wanted to go all in. I promised you travel and inspiration and I hope you’re finding it here daily with a new posts and the chance to meet Scandinavian or