Today I have a super exciting DIY terrarium tutorial for you. I have been working on this project the past week, and can now show you the outcome, with a step by step guide how to make this terrarium yourself.
Today is the last day of September, which means my first ever newsletter is going out tomorrow. I have been working on some really pretty Halloween printables for the lovely people who have subscribed to my blog, so I thought I would share a preview of them. I want to give an idea of what to expect, when you sign up to my monthly newsletter.
The newsletter is a place where I can thank all of you who are reading my blog regularly, and give things for you only.
Tomorrow my subscribers will receive two printables: “Boo!” and “Trick or treat” which are gold and black. Simple and elegant design, that fits into most homes.
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I’ll be back on friday with a new and exciting DIY for you, which I am looking forward to sharing with you.
September is almost over, where is that month go? I have enjoyed the first month of blogging tremendously and can’t believe how many projects I have been able to make.
I love that I now have a place to share them and I truly believe that this blog inspires me to keep going and coming up with new projects. My head is spinning with new ideas and prints, and I still feel like I don’t have the time to make them all. I wonder if I will hit that blogging-wall at some point?
I thought I would share some of my favorites of September before we break into a new month with Halloween and some fun home décor projects I have been working on.
I have always loved the look of the Chanel logo, I find it elegant and simple. However, I can’t afford the beautiful products, so in today’s post I show how I have made my own version of the earrings they sell with shrink plastic. The Chanel DIY is super simple and I love how they turned out.
It is time for a new printable. This time with one of my favorite quotes: Never compare your beginning to someone else’s middle. I mentioned this quote in my post about how I stay motivated working from home, and I have worked on how to display this in my home since then.
I like the simple look of black and white, mostly because it goes perfectly with the metals I have going on in our home at the moment, so this printable is just that. The letters are my handwriting made digital and I kind of like the imperfections here and there – fits the quote really well.
This weekend I was at my best friend’s birthday. I was a lovely grown-up evening, with couples, delicious food and wine. I have known this girl for many years now, and hold her close to my heart, which is why I has to make her something personal and unique.
She has grown to love tea, and is actually quite nerdy about it – it is a science folks and all the different sorts and variations are quite fascinating! Well, I knew I had to make something that related to tea so I came up with this little guy, and I think that “he” turned out soo cute and lovely.
For the first time in many years I’m excited for fall. I look forward to the colors changing outside and sitting inside with a warm cup of cocoa. Granted, I don’t really like the cold and wet weather that is on its way here in Denmark.
My head is spinning with ideas for redecorating and changing our little apartment. I don’t know why this fall is different, but this time it feels like a new beginning and I look forward to the season changing.
Today I’m sharing a cut file with you, that was made with this new mindset and joy, thinking of fall. I have seen this saying across many channels and this is my take on it.