Do you know that feeling?
That you want to give origami a try, but you’re afraid you will fail miserably?
I’ve had that feeling for quite some time, but this time I conquered it for the sake of Mother’s Day.
By now all the blossoming trees have lost their flowers here, so I wanted to make some blossoms that would last longer that the two weeks the real ones last.
And even though origami sounds and looks difficult, I promise you that you can do this one too. (more…)
What’s not to love about Sweden?
The past weeks I’ve shown you the Best of Stockholm and the lovely souvenirs I took home.
And on top of that Swedes are great in decorating houses. We all love those beautiful Scandinavian interior designs, right?
Today I’ve compiled a list of 10 DIY’s to make some of those typical Swedish items to give your house a touch of Scandinavia.
Let’s get going!
Is it time for this already?
Heck yes! This Saturday the Christmas lights will be turned on here in Stockholm and besides that, November is running like a well-oiled train. Only 11 days until December comes peaking around the corner.
Once it’s December 1st we get to start opening our advent calendars one day at a time. It’s so much fun to look forward to Christmas with anticipation and enjoy the build up of excitement for those cozy days with the family.
And what way it’s better than with a handmade calendar with presents or little messages in it that fit you and your family perfectly.
I’ve gathered 8 lovely tutorials for you to help you create a unique advent calendar this year. Enjoy!
Since a few weeks I’m renting a room in someone’s house in Stockholm.
I’ll be here for at least 4 months, so I want to make it cozy and feel like home.
But how do you do that in a rented room, where you’re not allowed to put some paint to the walls or even not drill holes to hang things?
Here are 10 easy ideas you could use to give your room some color and home-like feeling, without too drastic changes.
Do you also love those cardboard IKEA boxes?
I do too. I just counted and I have 11 of these boxes in my room!
But they’re soooo damn boring!
That’s why I created this IKEA Hack DIY to make these boxes fit your interior better.
Check out the steps below to make these boxes yourself!