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Precious Sister is the result of two sisters journey of nonstop creative explorations. We have a love for graphic design, photography, flowers, DIY’s, flea-market finds and “simply beautiful things”.

On these pages you’ll find inspiration and you can follow our creative projects. Our photographs illustrate objects which vi have collected and found during the years, like flea-marked finds to more nostalgic objects that has been passed on from grandparents. You’ll also find tips and ideas on how to create beautiful things for the home. It’s all about being inspired.

DIY: MAKE CHALKBOARD CLOCK FROM 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 chalkboard clock made from a pot lid.

chalkboardclock

This is probably one of the most fun and awesome projects I have made in a long time. You see I’m so excited about this project and the result, that I just can’t get my hands down 🙂 And I’ll tell why this was such a great project. First; turning something old into something new makes me feel really creative. Second; the cost of making this clock was next to nothing and it was easy to make. Third; you can give this clock your own personal touch and design. Or maybe let your kids decorate it. Last, but not less important. It looks super trendy and gorgeous. Chalkboard paint and beautiful type goes so well together.

chalkboardclock

You’ll need these materials:

– pot lid (drill hole for clockwork, if it’s not already there)
– chalkboard paint
– clock movement + hands
– white acrylic paint
– design of your choice (or use my design)
– chalk
– spray lacquer (spray lacquer for coal drawings works fine)

chalkboardclock

 

PRINT CLOCK DESIGN HERE

FOLLOW THE STEPS IN THE PICTURE BELOW TO MAKE THE CLOCK:

chalkboardclock

I hope you have as much fun with this project as I did.
Please let me know if you have any questions.

 

GORGEOUS PACKAGING

I love beautiful packaging and especially the kind I can keep and reuse as decoration or storage. Sometimes when I go shopping I catch myself wanting to buy products just for the packaging, not really needing the product at all. I like to follow thedieline.com, a package design website. They feature talented designers and you can find links to their work. A great place for graphic design inspiration. /Annika

packaging

{images via thedieline.com}

packaging

{images via thedieline.com}

1. Packaging design for The Hairy Bikers Designed by Here

2. Packaging design for Queen Mary Tea Designed by Niedermeier Design

3. Re-design of Folgers coffee Designed by Noah Love

4. Packaging design for Moomah Designed by Apartmentone

5. Packaging design for Flour Pot Bakery Designed by Sara Nicely

6. Packaging design for Vi Novell wine. Designed by Atipus

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