11. februar 2018 https://www.instagram.com/p/BgMjGO1lg8T/?taken-by=mskogly
Med sollyset forsvinner lysten til å bruke kroppen, men heldigvis flytter tiltakslysten seg over i hode og fingre. Høsten er tiden for å lage rare, fine ting.
This little weirdo has a nut-hat, a feather made from a hairpin and a face only a mother could love. A good little upcycling project to do with your kids, using junk that acumulates in any home filled with kids. See also: Tiny Eco Warrior #1-5
Inspirert av Redd Barna sin flotte julekalender :)
Just until we get around to redecorating properly :)
Take a colorful page from an old comic or magazine, round off the corners an then cut it into a long ribbon that you can hang or drape over your table. I’ve done this for my kids birthdays for a few years, and it’s a fun fast way to save both money and the environment.
I had a small soft, fluffy pink bathrope that my daughter had outgrown, and some stuffing from a cheap ikea pillow that got torn apart during washing. I cut off the seams, and tried to get the most I could out of the material, and and ended up with two cute Japan-inspired teddybears and a… Fortsett å lese DIY: Upcycling a childrens bathrobe into a cuddly bear