Archive for the ‘Seasonal craft’ Category

Karen shares, in a true Christmas spirit, with us 24 nice things to make yourself for Christmas. It is in Danish. A new DIY is revealed every day and I just love her blog: www.karenklarbaeksverden.blogspot.com.


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In a small town up north of Jutland lives an amazing lady. She helps cats in need. WWW.HITTEKAT.DK  And my contribution this time was these items (some of them, not all the items are photographed);

Cat-toy with cat-nip

Felt Christmas hearts with photo pockets. You can place your own photo. 

Christmas hearts for the Christmas tree.

Paper angels.

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My new Christmas book


 Two weeks ago the family went for a trip to Flensborg, Germany, to do some shopping – mainly clothes for Kasper. But I managed to sneek into a book store to buy a craft book. This is the book I bought and the stars I made as soon as I got home…

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I made this Christmas pixy for my niece, Vigga. I know it looks a lot like a Tilda figurine but I have made the pattern myself (very inspired by Tilda as that is my favorite figurine). The sweater is made of a knitted piece by my mother. I felted the knitted piece and made a sweater of it. The skirt is a balloon-skirt. I chose to make this Christmas pixy in delightful orange and red because my sister isn’t keen on the traditional Christmas colours.

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I just had to make these felt Christmas puddings.

I like this Christmas pudding the best. The design is from Oldeglory.co.uk

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I made these felt acorns and oak leaves for decorating an Autumn table.

I was inspired by Betz White. (sorry I forgot her webpage) 


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