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
DAY 12 : Welcome returning guest and photographer, Malin of pastill, to 24 Days of Scandinavian Christmas Creativity.
PINECONE ANGEL ORNAMENTS This year, as a special gift for willowday readers, I have an addition to the 24 Days of Scandinavian Christmas Creativity. I’m adding a one week KID SERIES of Scandinavian-inspired ornaments. Drum Roll, please: Starting today, you’ll find two posts per day in a five day bonus series. Everyday this week, you’ll find : 5 bonus ORNAMENTS FOR KIDS Days 11-18 in the 24 Days of Scandinavian Christmas Calendar Continue
Welcome Anna Maria with a Piñata Gift Box that doubles as a holiday decoration, too! Continue below
Welcome Day 10: Britt from Remains of the Day Britt lives in the Norwegian fjords and is sharing gift wrapping inspired by the world around her.
Welcome Marie with a beautiful ornament on DAY 9, 24 Days of Scandinavian Christmas Creativity, to add this season!
Welcome to 24 DAYS of SCANDINAVIAN CHRISTMAS CREATIVITY “Let’s, make a Snowman.”
DAY 7 Toffee Firstly, I’m so glad to take part in this year’s 24 days of Scandinavian Christmas. Thanks Gina and all the amazingly creative participants for making me remember all the wonderful christmas DYI’s there is out there! (Lia, we’re so very happy to have you! Welcome Lia, a Swedish Farmer’s Wife living in
Just like my kids, who clearly want to sneak ahead with their Advent Calendars, I can hardly wait “for the next day + next guest” in the 4th Annual, 24 Days of Scandinavian Creativity , calendar that I’m sharing daily here at willowday! 24 Days of Scandinavian Creativity is a little different this year. Since I organise it,
Welcome to DAY 6 in the 24 Days of Scandinavian Creativity Calendar. It’s been said about today’s guest, Hanna Wendelbo, that if you live in Sweden and have floral wallpaper, Hanna’s designed it. Today Hanna’s sharing her passion for flowers with us and is sharing PRINTABLE CARDS.
Last year I vowed that I would prepare everything for Christmas ahead of time and be done with Christmas shopping, addressing Christmas cards and everything else before December even started. But this year, all I want is to keep things simple. So instead of trying to get everything done, I am trying to just do the things
DAY 4 | MELTING SNOWMEN Welcome guest, Heidi of Den Creative Sky from Denmark, and kids with a Melting Snowman Project. A greeating from Heidi: Happy 4st of December ! I’m so happy I have the honor to participate in this year’s version of The Creative Collective Calendar. I love to be creative with my kids, so today
Welcome guest stylist, Mari Strenghielm, to share and inspiring project with you today: DAY 3 | PINE GARLAND | DAG 3 Kotteslingor : I have had the honor to participate in this year’s version of The Creative Collective Calendar. This is such a great project initiated by Gina on Willowday. For those who do not know the project, throughout December,
DAY 2 | Also a star Wooded gardens and forests are as beautiful this time of the year as any. What’s extra nice is that almost everything that’s available can be used as building materials. It’s just to choose “what it will be,” instead. Dried grassy stems are sure to be found — sunken with rain
DAY 1 Plaster-dipped Pine bow Votives There’s nothing like candles flickering in the snow at Christmastime in Sweden; until you wish you could bring that snowy ambience inside. Welcome to DAY 1 in the 4th Annual Creative Calendar. I’ve had this idea in the back of my mind forever and can’t believe I didn’t take
It’s the time of the year to transform our surroundings and to add the magic of the season. These Winter Wonderland Gift Boxes can be made to create an advent calendar, personalise gift giving or would make a fun project for kids.
8 Snowman Projects for Kids! Snowman decorations, Snowman kids activities, Ballerina Snowmen, Snowmen holiday decorations, Snowman party decor or Snowmen, just because.
4, 3, 2, 1! Mark your calendars for travel with me and 23 other Scandinavian or Scandinavian-inspired Creatives this FRIDAY, December 1 for 24 Days of Scandinavian Creativity. Planning this “24 Days of Scandinavian Creativity” has become a highlight for me. It’s such a humble pleasure for me to bring new and old talents to you from Sweden, Denmark, Norwary,
Looking for a very simple way to entertain kids today? Print these 3 PRINTABLE SNOWMAN COLORING PAGES! I’ve updated a popular SNOWMAN printable and have added a template for kids to COLOR their own SNOWMAN Gift tags, too.
We’re experiencing a snowy week, leading up to American Thanksgiving. Saying this holiday’s name is the perfect prompt for gratitude. I’m grateful for our friends here. I’m grateful for all of the past years Thanksgiving tables that I’ve shared with many dear friends here while thinking of my family back home. I love to cook and to entertain
70 + Scandinavian-inspired projects for you to make from the 25 Days of Creativity project. (Y-E-S, that’s right, seventy-plus projects!) Thanks, tack and merci, ” for you and for the absolutely, wondrous, team of collaborators who have joined me for 3 years to create the 25 Days of Creativity project. I’m currently working hard to organise this year’s calendar and hope that
If you ask anyone in my house, I can’t seem to resist one leaf, one twig or one beautiful seed I find in the world around me. Since my passion for nature runs parallel for paper, of course, I’m adding PAPER ACORNS to the mix and can’t wait to get these into your hands. I’m sharing an extra
November Things There are so many things I am thankful for this month. You are one of them. Thank you for meeting me here and the chance to spread and to share creativity together. This is a “one-size-fits-all-post” that I’ve organised, just for you: 21 willowday projects for November.
It’s the season for Halloween fun and I wanted to get these into youy hands just in time for the weekend: Abracadabra: Printable Halloween Paper Dolls in the blink of an eye.
It’s Autumn, but, it’s as though Spring has sprung. Willowday seeds are blooming around me and I’m feeling the rush of Spring-love. I’m counting willowday buds that are about to bloom and can’t wait to share something new: I’ll soon have prints available in my shop: Willowday Art Prints. (I’m so excited: they’re HERE)
What started as a Halloween doodle, began to then double as Halloween placemats; and before I knew it, multiplied into many different fun Halloween items that I wanted to share with you today. These are Printable Halloween Popcorn Bags that can be coloured or left plain. They are also Halloween doodles, Halloween Placemats, Halloween Playmats, Halloween Wrapping
I can find balls in every shape and color in the corners of my house. This provides me plenty of time to study, everyday objects. Last week, as if by magic, I looked at a new box of ping pong balls and saw Halloween Google-Eye Cupcake Toppers. Come with me below and I’ll share the hokus pokus behind these
No ticket to Sweden required, to make this classic, oh-so-Swedish, souvenir for you in the comfort of your own home with your kids. (You’ll want to make one, too. I promise.) These are simple + functional; decorative, but, can also be used for imaginative play, groups of young creatives and, at the end of it all: a bank: Make Dala
You asked for it. Let’s go: An updated version of the Halloween Countdown Calendar .
Apple Rescue. Bird Buffet. Nature Craft. I call these Apple Chains. I’ve been out rescuing apples this week. Every time I see one in the grass, I feel a small pang but, no more: I have a solution: We’ve made Apple Chains. These little beauties make me happy every time I pass them and wonder
Happy Summer. Happy School Year. Happy Willowday. If you can bake a pie, you can Monogram a Pie. I can think up endless reasons why everyone should and could Monogram a Pie. Monogram a Pie for a party. Monogram a Pie as a fun project with your kids. Follow me below for what you need to know to Monogram a Pie, too.
1. DIY Dala Horses or DIY Dala Containers | 2. Dala Horse, Moose or Snowman Snow Flakes | 3. DIY Paper “Little Red Swedish” Treehouse
Where to eat in Stockholm with kids? Food is such a fun way to get to know a city or a culture. Visiting Stocholm with kids? Here’s an updated list of our favorite places to eat in Stockholm as a family. Where to eat in Stockholm with kids.
Do you have plans for the 4th of July and will it include ice cream? There’s nothing like cool, melty, ice cream on a sweltering day. This year, I created Printable Ice Cream Cone Wrappers that are perfect for ice cream gatherings all summer long but inspired by red, white and blue! Print these Printable Ice Cream Cone Wrappers
With summer vacation here, I’ve received a lot of mails from people requesting my favorite things to do with kids in Stockholm. I wanted to take a little extra time to put together an updated list with things we do and places I return to time and time again with visitors.