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Please Welcome Anna Maria Larsson — Photowall's new DIY blogger!

Please Welcome Anna Maria Larsson — Photowall's new DIY blogger!

Hi Anna María! We are so happy that you’ve started blogging with us here at Photowall. How does it feel?    It’s been great fun! I’ve had an eye on Photowall for a little while and thought you had lots of exciting products that I really enjoyed. I’m looking forward  to getting more familiar with your catalogue and also working on things myself! I think it’s going to be great!    For those who might not know you, can you tell us a bit about yourself?   My name is Anna María Larsson and I work primarily as a creator. For as long as I can remember, I’ve always been quite deft and have built my own stuff and created things with my hands. I love finding new uses for things that already exist — sometimes I like to pretend I’m MacGyver. I am a trained Digital Art Director and have worked in advertising and design agencies as a graphic artist, designer, and art director. In 2017 I came in second place in Superskaparna (Super Creators), a competition for do-it-yourself and home improvement projects. I hold workshops for both adults and children and have been a DIY editor in several different magazines. You can occasionally spot me on TV, most recently on Dessertmästarnas Jul (Dessert Masters Christmas). I also have a blog, an Instagram and a YouTube channel.What are you working on now and what do you hope you can offer with your blog?I enjoywriting articles and creating DIYs that hopefully inspire more people to take up their own creative projects. I intend to take a close look at the trends in this coming year, do some of my own tests on the various products available, and come up with some exciting DIY projects that you can easily follow along with and do yourself. It’s fun to be able to change something yourself with few means and see how something completely new comes out of it. Aside from that, Ienjoy creating things with my hands. It has a soothing effect on the body and can really reduce stress.How did you come to start blogging? And what is your favourite thing about it? I have been blogging for many years. It started out as a diary form when I moved to Piteå to study. It was around 2014 when I started posting my DIY projects with some regularity and sharing the things I was creating. It was partly to collect everything I made into one place, but I also began to notice that people were really taking an interest in my projects and wanted to know how I had done it.After that, the blog became a channel where I could share a little bit of everything from my life — but usually centred around creation and the things I was making. Since then, the blog has partly been a diary where my audience can accompany me during my days. It’s a wonderful collection of the many great and beautiful memories of all the things I have done, seen and experienced. It feels nice to have so many nice memories gathered all in one place.What is your most memorable DIY project?All of DIY projects I did as part of Superskaparna. To make things while under such intense time pressure, with five cameras constantly around me, all as I strove to be creative and to make nice pieces. It was a real challenge! I am still incredibly pleased that I managed to make everything that I did, from a great chandelier to a lamp made from of old toy cars. I also concocted a necklace made from PET bottles, a doghouse, a headboard for a bed, a folding wall, and I even transformed a bureau from a flea into a vibrant piece full of fabric and colour. There was also a necklace of rope, table settings for a party, and honestly much much more. I'll never forget that experience. It was a fun and absurdlydifficult challenge!

Five DIY garden party ideas to end summer on a high

Five DIY garden party ideas to end summer on a high

Celebrating the great outdoors in your garden with friends and family can often make some of the best summer memories – the warmer weather often means your outdoor space becomes an extension of your home interior and gives you the opportunity to let your creativity spill out. Whatever your home style, or occasion, we’ve take a look at the top five garden party ideas to transform your unloved outdoors into a flourishing space fit for the perfect summer soiree.  Shine bright  Extra sunlight in the evenings creates the perfect backdrop for parties that go long into the night, but when the sun finally sets, lighting is key to add a spark to an outdoor get-together. Industrial-style bulb string lights are really having a moment and add the perfect finishing touch to gardens that are long and thin. Draping your lights across the garden and positioning them in a criss-cross style adds to a rustic effect, which is ideal for an outside setting. If you’re looking to add your own personal touch, making your own lanterns can be a great way to brighten up your space and add in a unique handmade feel to your garden.  Pockets of colour  If your garden is in need of a colour injection but you don’t want to go about installing planters, a great option is to upcycle tin cans and transform them into beautiful vases. Simply rinse out the cans and remove any external labels, then add wallpaper designs to the outside and finally, take a small selection of flowers to pot. These are a great way to add temporary colour palettes to your outdoor space without having to give your garden a complete overhaul. Contrasting patterns work well here too, as well as vibrant repeat motif wallpaper such as Flora.  

Be Festive With Thanksgiving Cornucopia

Be Festive With Thanksgiving Cornucopia

Be festive with Thanksgiving CornucopiaCornucopia literally means horn of plenty. In general, it is a symbol of abundance and nourishment, which is commonly a large horn-shaped container overflowing with produce, flowers or nuts. It is an emblem of Thanksgiving and can create a beautiful centerpiece for the celebration. Here we have the information that you need about decorating your home with Thanksgiving Cornucopia.Thanksgiving Cornucopia – how it all startedCornucopia is an emblem of Thanksgiving and has traditionally been added on the Thanksgiving table as a bustling centerpiece. Historically, cornucopia can be traced in ancient Greece, around 5th century BC. During that time, the horn was made of a goat’s horn, unlike with what we know of today, which is a trumpet-like basket. It is filled to the brim with lush vegetables, fruits and grains and placed at the center of the table.  Goat’s horn was originally used as based on a legend in Greek mythology. The story tells us about the birth of Zeus who was feared by his father Cronus of overthrowing him when Zeus grows up. Cronus was then determined of destroying Zeus. Rhea, the mother of Zeus, then devised a plan of protecting her son by hiding him from Cronus. Zeus was then nurtured by his foster mother, Amalthea, until he was grown up. As a sign of gratitude for the kindheartedness of Amalthea, she was presented with a goat’s horn, imbibed with the divine power to replenish itself infinitely with whatever she desired. Since then, cornucopia is a symbol of bountiful harvest, gratitude and good fortune. These are all the symbols of Thanksgiving. Decorate your home with Thanksgiving CornucopiaAdding cornucopia in your home for the Thanksgiving celebration is one of the most popular home décor used. It is the most common symbol of a harvest festival. It is actually a horn shaped container and filled with the Earth’s harvest. Create your own Thanksgiving cornucopia and display them in your home for the holiday. You may start with simple wicker cornucopia basket, which may be purchased at a local craft supply store. Pick something that is at least five inches tall at the mouth so that you may have enough space to fill with your goods. In creating a Thanksgiving cornucopia, you will be needing the following materials: large serving tray or cookie sheet, assorted colorful fall leaves, raffia or straw, burlap fabric, assorted fresh gourds, vegetables and nuts, and some ribbons, flowers, or stems of wheat.Start by lining the tray with burlap and create folds such that the surface remains flat, but slightly uneven. Tuck the corners under the tray and allow the edges to fall naturally. Add a layer of fall leaves on top of the burlap. Place the wicker basket flat side down on top of the burlap and leaves. With the use of straw or raffia stuff the wicker basket no more than an inch high, and create a soft bed for your goodies. Start placing the largest item into the largest items into the basket first. Remember that flowers and grains should be facing outward. Smaller fruits and vegetables should be added to the outer rim, and allow the looser goods such as nuts and grapes to overflow. Continue adding fruits and vegetables until the cornucopia is full. Fill in the spaces and remember not to leave any space.If you are going to visit stores or even check online, you will see that there are also edible cornucopia that you can use to decorate your home.

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