Published mars 12th, 2018 by

11. februar 2018

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Slapp lørdag

Published november 1st, 2014 by

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.





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– Ikke fortell at jeg er her

Published oktober 30th, 2013 by






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Tiny Eco Warrior #6: Nutboy

Published oktober 26th, 2013 by


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

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Ugler i mosen

Published juni 30th, 2013 by




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Admiral Teknofjes

Published desember 2nd, 2012 by

Inspirert av Redd Barna sin flotte julekalender :)


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Mini Diy: Collage

Published april 8th, 2012 by



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Mini DIY: Passive Aggressive Home Decoration

Published april 3rd, 2012 by

Just until we get around to redecorating properly :)


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Mini Diy : Party paper decoration from old comic book

Published mars 30th, 2012 by

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.


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DIY: Upcycling a childrens bathrobe into a cuddly bear

Published januar 6th, 2012 by

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 little pillow.

I chose the shape, and my daughter the buttons for the face.

All hand stiched, using only left over materials. The fluffy material is very forgiving, so even if your sewing skills are pretty bad, you can’t really notice.


I made the second one for the daughter of a friend. She is younger, so instead of buttons the eyes are made with cloth from a pair of pants, sewn on, to make safer for a toddler. It also has a tiny picket for hiding candy from mom and dad :)

The tail and ears are made from the bathrobe belt.


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