It might be last minute, but I just couldn’t help it. I found this cute DIY Christmas Street from mrprintables, and I had to share it with you.
I don’t think I’ll make it this year though (and somehow we’ve ended up with way too many calendars again this year). But I’ll keep this one in mind for next year. You can find and print them right here.
I’m off to do the last bit of cooking – in one hour 18 people will arrive – and we’ll kick off the Christmas party season once again. Half of them are kids, so we’re going to have so much fun.
Have a lovely Sunday!
I’m temped to say that I just love everything from the snug shop. And I’m seriously considering buying these cute DIY Christmas balls.
Well, I’ll add these to the long list of things I would love to buy in her shop. Hopefully, I’ll get lucky.
Today, I’m in love with something yellow. It’s the perfect DIY project for tonight or maybe the weekend. I really like this yellow planter, which I found on the blog Old Brand New. As soon as I find a large plant that I like, I’ll try this out. I’m thinking an olive three maybe.
Source: Old Brand New Blog
I’ve been thinking about creating a new dinner table for our home. I want a big one, because I want to be able to seat a lot of people. I want it to be rustic and I think what I’m actually looking for is a refectory table kind of feeling. I’ve been looking at different solutions and I’ve found a few cool solutions using the table legs Vika Lerberg from Ikea. I know some of these tables are coffee tables and desks, but they are all great inspiration.
Source: weekdaycarnival, ikeaspotting, Stylizimo, livet hemma, Alvhem, Apartment Therapy
My main focus after we moved in was to create a cozy room for each of my kids. So therefore, I’ve been collecting lots and lots of pictures for inspiration.
I’ll be sharing some of the pictures stashed away in a folder here on my computer in the next couple of weeks.
The biggest picture is not that good, but I really love the room with the String and the football game under the bed. The first picture has always been one of my favourite shared rooms. And if you know where to get the yellow chair, or just who made it, I would love to know. I used the picture for inspiration, when we lived in the other apartment, and the kids had to share a room. I picked out the last picture because I just love the yellow bed. I’m still debating wether or not to paint my girl’s bed.
Source: Apartment Therapy – Erik Olsson – Stadshem
In need of a fun weekend activity with your kids? I’ve found the perfect DIY project. This simple shape dominos game will have your kids playing in no time.
For game instructions and the free printable dominoes templates go visit Handmade Charlotte’s blog right here. I hope you’ll have a fantastic weekend.
Image: Handmade Charlotte