Making the stuff in your home your own style

Sometimes you don’t want the stuff for children (or other products) they sell in the stores because it has A LOT OF strange prints that you don’t like :)
My quick tip for today is: Unpick the seams, save ribbons with buckles, elastic ribbons etc cut out new fabric from the pieces and sew it all back together again in a fabric that you like.

dockvagn_disney

Maybe you have a nice fabric — make a remake.

Vagn_Babysit700

A pram for the dolls and a bouncy seat that I’ve made new fabric for that suits better with our style & taste.

9 Responses to “Making the stuff in your home your own style”

  1. Cattis Says:
    juni 1st, 2008 at 6:41

    läckert!

    Visst blir det bättre än orginalet :-)

  2. maria Says:
    juni 1st, 2008 at 13:39

    Bra idé, såklart! Allra helst om man kan köpa grejerna second hand så det blir återbruk rakt igenom.

  3. Anna Says:
    juni 2nd, 2008 at 18:08

    …and we just brought a ”doll-stroller” for N. She loves it and likes to run straight at us with it. But it’s BABY PINK! Why can’t they make things targeting small girls in more normal colors?

  4. Marcia Says:
    juni 3rd, 2008 at 12:22

    Really cute. Definitley worth the effort.

  5. suzanne Says:
    juni 4th, 2008 at 15:06

    Great idea! Love the stroller…sure beats Winnie the Pooh!

  6. meg Says:
    juni 5th, 2008 at 12:42

    I bought a lovely bouncy seat (babysitter?) when I was pregnant with my first and it was definitely a splurge, but when everyone is going crazy it’s nice to have some calming colors at least.

  7. Inger C Says:
    juni 5th, 2008 at 13:14

    Thanks Meg! ”Babysitter” is the Swedish word for it. Or should I say Swenglish :) I’ve changed it to English now :D

  8. Rachel Says:
    juni 6th, 2008 at 1:13

    I love the fabrics you chose!

  9. Jodie Says:
    juni 7th, 2008 at 10:22

    Fantastic – i am always doing the same. Just pull it apart and make it better. Yours are beautiful…so beautiful

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