Author archives: Annika

  • Strolling and gathering

  • I love walking. I can go for a short walk and it'll take forever because I just have to look at every leaf, flower or detail along the way. And this is what happens; I bring home stuff. Flowers, rocks, beach wood...shells and so on. Somehow I never seem to get enough of natures little wonders. Last Autumn I found so [...]
  • DIY: Chalkboard clock from a pot lid

  • I have so much fun stuff going on today. I'm going to do a photo shoot at my sister's house, which I'm really excited about. Then I'm eagerly awaiting new books from Amazon that will be arriving today. I just love getting inspiration in the mail. Last but not least, I have this great project to share with you; a chalkb [...]
  • DIY Garden Journal

  • A couple of days ago I showed you my newly built and planted balcony vegetable garden. Well, today I have something to go with that. Since it's a very small garden, I have left over seeds in little seed bags from the vegetables I planted, and I thought I would find a way to keep these. I might just need them later this [...]
  • DIY: Super cute hostess gift

  • Today we have this super easy and adorable DIY hostess gift for you. Every woman likes to receive flowers, but this little cutie has a slight twist. We have gorgeously wrapped a herb plant, instead of the usual flower, in burlap and added a cute tag. The really cool idea about this is that the hessian actually works [...]
  • Owl poster freebie

  • Today we have an adorable freebie for you. I made this print from one of my random sketches and I thought it would be perfect for the kiddies' room. DOWNLOAD OWL PRINT HERE For personal use only please. Copyright Annika Olsson NOTE: This post was originally featured on my old blog PreciousSister, which is no lon [...]
  • Retro kitchen scale

  • I have had these pictures laying around for a while now. It was a small "restoring/getting it to match my stuff" project I did a couple of months ago. It all started with one of those frequent visits to the local thrift store, where I had seen this little kitchen scale quite a few times. I was so loving the shape, b [...]