Wendy van Geenhuizen

Wendy van Geenhuizen

Wendy van Geenhuizen
Meer ideeën van Wendy
These ADORABLE photo holders take no time to make and are such a great kids craft!

These ADORABLE photo holders take no time to make and are such a great kids craft!

Kaktus, který nepotřebuje světlo                                                                                                                                                                                 More

Kaktus, který nepotřebuje světlo More

Geldgeschenk zur Hochzeit über http://de.dawanda.com/product/83111515-hochzeitsauto---geldgeschenk-zur-hochzeit:

Geldgeschenk zur Hochzeit über http://de.dawanda.com/product/83111515-hochzeitsauto---geldgeschenk-zur-hochzeit:

Leuk om te geven

Leuk om te geven

decorative mason jar vase, add lemons to spruce up the mason jar

decorative mason jar vase, add lemons to spruce up the mason jar

Mariage champêtre DIY

Mariage champêtre DIY

This isn't quite your grandma's needlepoint. Swedish artist Ulla Stina Wikander takes old, often outdated objects and breathes life into them by covering every inch of them in scenic embroidery.

This isn't quite your grandma's needlepoint. Swedish artist Ulla Stina Wikander takes old, often outdated objects and breathes life into them by covering every inch of them in scenic embroidery.

This isn't quite your grandma's needlepoint. Swedish artist Ulla Stina Wikander takes old, often outdated objects and breathes life into them by covering every inch of them in scenic embroidery.

This isn't quite your grandma's needlepoint. Swedish artist Ulla Stina Wikander takes old, often outdated objects and breathes life into them by covering every inch of them in scenic embroidery.

Ulla Stina Wikander cross stitch sculptures

Ulla Stina Wikander cross stitch sculptures

Swedish designer Ulla Stina Wikander uses household appliances and cooking tools as the base to her cross-stitched sculptures, bestowing outdated objects with a new life. Most of the items come from the 70s, yet the patterns she covers their bodies in are much older. The cross-stitch designs come fr

Swedish designer Ulla Stina Wikander uses household appliances and cooking tools as the base to her cross-stitched sculptures, bestowing outdated objects with a new life. Most of the items come from the 70s, yet the patterns she covers their bodies in are much older. The cross-stitch designs come fr