During our last year´s fall crafts with kids, I realized, that they find the activities where they can imprint or trace their hands as incredibly entertaining. Perhaps because they imprint a piece of themselves on each piece of work? I don´t know. Anyway, great crafts where children can use their hands are trees. And you can create handprint fall trees in several modifications. Today I will show you five handprint trees that we´ve created with the kids. Continue Reading
Jumping into fall moodPosted on 16.9.2017
I don´t know about you, but I really like fall. I mean, not the rainy and misty days, but the early fall, sometimes called Indian summer. The sun rays are no longer so sharp, and everything seems to get warmer shades. Continue Reading
Beechnut fall wreathPosted on 14.9.2017
In today’s post you will find a simple guide how to make a fall wreath from natural materials. I didn´t think I would start making fall decorations so early this year, but when I sorted a box of materials for DIY, I discovered a bag full of beechnuts. I totally forgot to have them there. We gathered them last year when our parents were here to visit us, and when we walked from Gurten, the nuts literally fell on our heads. And I started throwing them into the stroller basket with the fact that they would definitely come handy some time! And they´ve come 🙂 Continue Reading
DIY: Birch Twig Heart WreathPosted on 2.5.2017
With the Mother´s day around the corner, I´m here with the simple tutorial on how to make a decorative birch twig heart wreath that can be an unordinary gift to your beloved person.
DIY: Mosaic easter eggsPosted on 25.3.2017
In my today´s tutorial, I´ll show you how to make mosaic easter eggs. It´s nothing difficult, these are eggs decorated with cracked egg shells and making them is really simple. And in this tutorial, I´ll also show you an unusual embellishment! So keep reading!
DIY: Egg shell candle holderPosted on 18.3.2017
It seems this year I´m unstoppable in making Easter decorations. Today I want to show you how to use eggs – the symbols of the Easter season – and turn them into candles and then how to make an extraordinary candle holder.