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    Elodie Details is a Swedish design brand founded in Stockholm in 2005 by Linda Sätterström, shortly after her daughter Elodie was born. The premise was to turn everyday baby products into high-quality fashion accessories through a unique combination of utility, design and durability. Since then, her former hobby has grown into a design company with a full range of innovative baby products that make life with children even more beautiful. And every product is designed to last – by creating durable and multifunctional items, Elodie Details wants to encourage sustainability through upcycling.


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    Upcycle your baby blankets to pillows

    Upcycle your baby blankets to pillows | Elodie Details - Ann-Kathrin Stade has a deep passion for sustainable choices and a mindful approach to our precious environment and resources. She shares creative DIY and upcycling projects on her Instagram channel @rock.my.day, with the mission to prolong the lifespan of treasured possessions and give them a second life when their original purpose is fulfilled. She has created a DIY guide on how to make Elodie baby blankets into pillows — an inventive way to spare the planets resources by upcycling. Here we go! You need:  Baby blanket Pillow Pins Zippers Push buttons or Velcro points  Sewing machine Scissors    MUSLIN BLANKET TO PILLOW For this style made with a muslin blanket, we recommend making a pillow with the dimensions of 38 x 38 cm, so you can easily create an edging. Firstly, place the long side seams onto each other and topstitch with overhang. Then close one of the open sides and sew the seam. Now adjust your work to the length of the pillow and fold over the edges of the open side by 2 centimetres. Turn the work outside in and attach the zipper with the help of pins. If the zipper is shorter than the pillow side, pin the open ends and sew it up. Finally, insert the pillow in the finished cover and enjoy your new pillow!   KNITTED BLANKET TO PILLOW Cushions that measures 35 x 35 cm and 40 x 40 cm are particularly suitable for the knitted baby blankets. You don’t even need a zipper or snaps thanks to the overlap. Lay one end of the blanket over the other, according to the cushion dimensions. Then mark the cushion dimensions at the two open ends and cut them accordingly.  Close both sides with the straight stitch of the sewing machine and stich the edges precisely to prevent the knitting stitches from coming off. Then put the pillow in the cover and you have made yourself a new pillow!   SHOP THE LOOK

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    Introducing the Christmas Collection

    Introducing the Christmas Collection | Elodie Details - The season of Christmas has arrived, bringing lights, love and joy into our homes. Santa Claus and his little helpers are just around the corner and it’s time to start the Christmas baking and decoration. Little princes and princesses lend their tiny helping hands, and why not get dressed up for the occasion? Let us introduce Elodie’s Christmas Collection, featuring two bibs, one pacifier and a matching pacifier clip.   This year’s Christmas Collection is inspired by the Swedish artist Carl Larsson, whose family themed paintings are renowned worldwide. His paintings tell loving stories of family life and often take place around the dinner table, in an idyllic setting. It’s the end of the 19th century and the family has dressed up in their finest garments for Christmas.   Explore the collection!

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    Highlighting Dad

    Highlighting Dad | Elodie Details - Norwegian model and photographer Rune Erlend lives in Helsinki with his wife and soon-to-be mother Johanna Sofia. Together they create beautiful portraits of preparing for parenthood on their much-appreciated Instagram channels. In timing with Scandinavian Father’s Day, we sat down with Rune to get his views on becoming a father. Your little one is expected any day now, how are you preparing for fatherhood? That’s a good question. Who you are as a dad is very individual, and I don’t think that you can really prepare for that in advance. As this is our firstborn, we are right now trying to get everything into place, from the baby room to clothes and picking out a stroller, the list goes on. It would probably be a good idea to pick up a parenting book, but I haven’t gotten to that yet. What was your first thought when you found out that you were going to be a dad? I was very happy, as we have been wanting to have a baby for a little while now. What are you most excited about? I know that this can sound bad, as you should cherish every moment, but I can’t wait for him (yes, it’s a boy!) to start crawling and walking. And it will be so much fun when we can play sports together. Is there something from your own childhood that you will try to bring into your newly started family? I think that all of us pick up small traits from our parents and things they taught us growing up. There's nothing special that comes to mind, but I think it's subconscious. What are your favourite products from Elodie? My favourite must be Fluffy Frank – what a cute little guy!   Keep up with Rune’s and Johanna’s future family on Instagram: @runeerlend @johannasofia   SHOP THE LOOK

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