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December is almost here, and it´s time for a new free -bee wallpaper calendar. Just click the picture, and you´ll see a bigger version. Tomorrow I´ll start the family activity advent-calendar, and you are welcome to join us! For more ideas, and loads of ideas on how to celebrate December, click on the picture below.
Calm Sea, 40×90 cm. Acrylics on wood. “Decide to breathe. Don´t just exist.” Mattie J.T. Stepanek
Remember the Anthropologie mitten garland I showed you a while ago? I really fell in love with it. Too bad it was all sold out! Lucky for me, I know how to knit! At first I tried making one in quite chunky wool yarn. Kind of cute, but difficult to get the size I wanted. […]
Christmas is a time of giving, and I really enjoy making the gifts myself. I thought I´d include you guys on my Christmas-gift-list this year, and every Sunday in advent, I´ll ask Mr. Random to pick out a name from the past weeks comments who will receive a little something. This Sunday, I´d like to […]
Sunday is the first in Advent, and it is the half-official “opening-day” of the Christmas-season. This is the day when all the outdoor Christmas-lights are lit in the streets in city-centers. Our local theatre has also made a special marking of the event in our little town for the past at least 20 year. This […]
Click the picture if you want to win this super-cute Christmas ornament made by my dear Arting-friend Tyler at BablyLuxDesign.
At Art & Soul I made this pretty gorgeous key-hole in Lisa Call´s class in PMC. I´ve been pondering how to incorporate it into a beautiful necklace. In my head it didn´t look like this at all, but this is what it evolved into anyway The silver-twig was made by Jen Crossley. I´ve also used […]
My days are busy making smaller pictures intended for cabins. While I still use the evenings for more personal arting (it is after all soon Christmas, and gifts need to be made), I thought I´d give you a little peak of what I´m working on in my “day-job”. Yesterday I finished the invitations for the […]
“Vanity is my favorite sin” Al Pachino
Another almost-finished-project is finally done. I´ve already started using this super-soft shawl that I made in the dark(!) A very thin wool silk and mohair yarn is crocheted into a big triangle. I added some black pearls and a bead from an old ear-ring, to make it just a tad bit more special. Have a […]« Previous Entries