It’s lavender season and I made a bunch of lavender wands again! I did them also last year and they still smell wonderful. They are so pre..
I hope every child is lucky enough to learn how to make daisy chains. I love these simple innocent crafts that you can do outside with nat..
I just LOVE DIY-stores. They are my absolute favorite! I’m sure we all agree there. 🙂 You can always find inspiration for a new project o..
After I did my baked cornucopia (horn of plenty) I wanted something that lasted a little longer. So I tried a little willow weaving and ma..
Once the autumn leaves are falling it’s time to prune trees and shrubs. You can use some of the materials to make nice rustic decorations,..
A while ago we stumbled upon a cool tutorial we wanted to try out. – Painting With Bubbles! It worked out so much better than we thought a..
The Countryman’s Favour or the Harvest Knot is one of the most traditional and easiest straw crafts. The shape of the knot resembles a hea..
I’m still very into my straw weaving pojects! 🙂 This time I did a pentagram star with wheat and rye. I used the same technique in my Lave..
This Straw Weaving tutorial is called “Welsh Border Fan”. It’s a typical design that has it’s origin in Wales. Like all other corn dollies..
This Straw Wheel is my second project in my straw crafting series. It reminds me of the depiction of sun wheels. So it’s acutally quite fi..