Can you feel it? Slowly the temperature is rising. Now and then the sun shows his face from behind the clouds. Don’t you love that time of year, when Spring is about to start?
And when Spring comes, you can bet it is also time to celebrate Easter. This year Easter is very early (March 27th in case you were wondering). So it’s about time to start thinking of some fun Easter decoration for you home.
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.
It was sad to say goodbye to the city that has been my home for 5 months, but it was good. The last week I visited several museums, enjoyed the city from a viewpoint and walked it’s streets to say goodbye.
Coming home was something I really looked forward to: hugging my family again, seeing my grandparents and of course hugging, kissing and playing with my ferret Mexy after missing her for 5 months. Pretty much as soon as I touched ground in The Netherlands, my whole study abroad period seemed like a big nice dream. Everything around me is familiar and I’m used to it, it’s as if I woke up from a 5 month sleep and hit the play button again.
Luckily I have my family who visited Stockholm, so they can pinch me: It wasn’t just a dream, I really lived in Stockholm. And I have brought some souvenirs back home to remember my time there.