Hello and welcome Katarina of DIY Sweden with a Mini Snow flower. These can be used in a variety of ways but, today Katarina’s shared these as holiday place setting. To bring this magic into your home, follow me below.
DAY 21 with Lina. Lina’s on-point with last minute solutions. I’m going to hop straight to it! Make last minute give aways notes from Lina: Oh MY, Christmas party tomorrow and you forgot to buy a gift? Take it easy. Here are a few quick DIY gifts you can make quickly. • Buy some flowers
Welcome to DAY 20 in the Creative Calendar and welcome back, Malin! Malin shares a smart idea for a quick yet pretty holiday project to be enjoyed long into the season: Macramé Wreaths.
Welcome to DAY 19. I’m very happy to welcome Monica with her project for day 19 . She brings a very pretty wreath for you to make at home —- or to give as a gift.
DAY 18 : Welcome Anna Maria with today’s Scandinavian project from Island; that’s right, Island; Christmas Bread from Island: “Laufabrauð” Let’s be honest here: not all breads are created equal: can you imagine a more Scandinavian-looking-bread. I’m completely taken with these Islandic treats and feel so truly appreicative to Anna-Maria to share this very special recipe with us,
Get them while supplies last: SHOP Made in Sweden | Flying world wide | My first collection of flora and fauna cards | HERE Welcome Amanda from Project Kid to share her project : DAY 17 | SCANDINAVIAN-INSPIRED ORNAMENTS | Wood Bead and Pompom Ornaments
Hi Friends. Celebrating DAY 16 with Remains of the Day: Oatmeal Cookies. Welcome back, Britt!
Welcome to DAY 15 with stylist Ida Lauga
Welcome to DAY 14 with Mia, Miakinoko, who’s sharing a treat just in time for weekend baking: Christmas Candy.