Vejledningen sendes ikke længere.
Måske kan du istedet bruge skabelonerne jeg har lavet til diamant lampeskærmene?
De kan downloads gratis via min webshop DecoVilla.
The tutorial will not be send any more.
But maybe you can use the templates I have made for the diamond lampshades?
They can be downloaded for free in my webshop DecoVilla.
The reason for me to make the tutorial are several:
– Their lamps are pretty but also expensive, so one evening I sat down trying to fold a similar lamp. The cost of this was a stack of printing paper; and that is what you need; some paper or carton, a light bulb and a socket. And when following the instructions it will take you about an hour.
– When making you own lamp, you get the possibility to make the lamp shade in excatly the colour you like and it is also possible to vary the size and make a bigger lamp.
– The lamp I made isn?t an exact copy, because I never had an original lamp in my hands, I?ve only looked at pictures online.
– I’m not doing it for earning any money.
I have also had some conversations with Studio Snowpuppe regarding the tutorial.
I startede with:
Congratulations on your DIY model of the Chestnut lamp. You did a great job 🙂
Thank you for mentioning us in your post.
Of course you are absolutely free to do this and to put DIY instructions online for other people.
The downside is that for us as Studio Snowpuppe this is not very nice to have online?
We wrote a lot back and fourth, but when I didn?t met their request regarding not sending the DIY they started spaming my blog and Instagram account with the follwing comments:
Christina Sandersen of Kreavilla is stealing and abusing our designs and brand identity.
She is promoting to make low quality DIY copies of our creative work, without our permission.
It is causing big damage to our small design company.
If you are a Studio Snowpuppe fan, please help us by not supporting this and write us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org
Quite a change of mind:
First: Of course you are absolutely free to do this and to put DIY instructions online for other people? and ?Thank you for mentioning us in your post.?
Now: Christina Sandersen of Kreavilla is stealing and abusing our designs and brand identity.
First: Congratulations on your DIY model of the Chestnut lamp. You did a great job.
Now: She is promoting to make low quality DIY copies of our creative work, without our permission.
Now: It is causing big damage to our small design company.
I think: Writing to people this way will damage them more.
Now: If you are a Studio Snowpuppe fan, please help us by not supporting this and write us an email at email@example.com
I think: If you are a Snowpuppe fan, please be aware of this is how Studio Snowpuppe approach people, if you don?t do as they like – threathing and starting rumors.
When I removed the above posts, but didn?t replied within 2 hours they continued:
Hello Christina, thank you for removing our comment and others tht were complaining about you the copy-cat… Do you want us to continue? Or do you prefer to keep your dignity and remove all the posts of our products immediately. It is up to you 🙂
They posted this 12 times! on my blog and a couple of times on Instragram.The first post was only posted 3 times. ;.)
I hadn?t time for a reply, so an hour later:
We are now writing an article about you as a copy-cat. We will spread this article over the internet and we have a lot of connection with big bloggers that will support us, some of them allready know about this issue. And are ready to write about you as a copy-cat when we give them a go. And we loosing our patient.
And that is where we are now, they have started spreading an article about me.