Month: June 2020

My little zoo…

I would if I could. Have a zoo I mean. I love taking care of animals. Observing them. Getting to know them and create a environment that they are happy and strive in. Many people have their opinions to my passion for animals, but… Continue Reading “My little zoo…”

Magical midsummer

As I mentioned in another post before, we decided to celebrate midsummer with a few friends. It became like a little tradition since we bought the summerhouse. Its been the third year now and it gets better each year. It was so much fun… Continue Reading “Magical midsummer”

Little fairy garden

We went to visit Martins family. They live further up north on this georgeous farm. Whenever we’re there, we like to stroll through the barn where they store all the old things left from previous generations. I love to do that. All those things… Continue Reading “Little fairy garden”

Easy craft with popsicle sticks

The only materials needed for this craft activity are: 12 popsicle sticks per student/child Some kind of ribbon Paint Glue Hot glue gun We started with laying 10 Popsicles ticks neatly under each other. Then we put glue on the remaining two and glues… Continue Reading “Easy craft with popsicle sticks”

Impressions of Secondhand treasures

Just a few impressions of corners in our house that make me happy. None of those things were expensive. They were either given to us, bought secondhand, built by us or picked in our garden. Most pieces have a history. Now they make me… Continue Reading “Impressions of Secondhand treasures”

Reviving old sunchairs

Another one of those attic treasures. What appeared to be just a pile of sticks in a dark corner, turned out to be sunchairs. Well, somewhat sunchairs. The wood was in bad shape and they had no fabric on. But I decided to change… Continue Reading “Reviving old sunchairs”

Folks are like plants; we all lean toward the light. – Kris Carr

I have this new passion. Growing indoor plants…Multiplying them. Looking at them. Taking care of them. Right now I don’t feel like I can have enough. Our apartment is absolutely wonderful but also very special. We have those two incredibly huge windows in our… Continue Reading “Folks are like plants; we all lean toward the light. – Kris Carr”

Collaborative Artwork to promote diversity

Working with Children, it is very important to me to help them become self-steered, educated and open-minded adults. Especially with the current situation in our world, I’m trying to bring it into the activities I plan for them. In this weeks’ art lesson, we… Continue Reading “Collaborative Artwork to promote diversity”

Make Every Day Earth Day

Throwback to Earth Day. As I mentioned before, I work in an international School. Wednesday afternoons I teach Arts & Crafts. All different types of activities. Also for Earth Day of course. I like to think that we are doing our best to raise… Continue Reading “Make Every Day Earth Day”

Low budget garden decoration for a wild garden

My favorite thing to do is to decorate our garden. And that without investing too much money. I challenge myself with using what we’ve already got. Since we have the summerhouse, we never throw away glassbottles and glasses. Because they are perfect vases and… Continue Reading “Low budget garden decoration for a wild garden”

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