Well, happy Christmas Eve! I hope you are all spending it with loved ones. To end this wonderful series of My Scandinavian Christmas, I thought I’d recap all the wonderful projects that all the guest bloggers contributed. Thank you thank you thank you to everyone who participated. I’m so grateful for your creativity and time! Also, a big thank you to everyone who participated in the Danish Design Giveaways. I wish I could give something to everyone, but for now the (random) winner of the Royal Copenhagen
, Ferm Living
, Lucky Boy Sunday
, and Herb Lester
products is………Jenny from Museum Diary
We kicked off the series with Maiju from My Second Life’s Christmas tree
. Day 2
was given to Mette from Bureau of Betterment and a bird mobile she made based on a childhood toy.
Swede Hilda Grahnat showed us how to make Swedish orange pomanders on day 3
while Pinja from Pinjacolada decorated her Christmas tree with Finnish himmeli for day 4
Tina Fussell or Traveling Mama, made a traditional edible Christmas tree for day 5
and Annika Backstrom made an ingenious gingerbread playhouse for her nieces and nephews for day 6
For day 7
Eva Jorgensen of Sycamore Street Press designed an exclusive “god jul” Christmas ornament to download and Mette from Ungt Blod showed us winter in the Danish countryside for day 8
Photographer Camilla Jørvad gave us a glimpse to her winter in Western Denmark for day 9 while Rilla showed how she displays her Finnish himmeli for day 10
Julia of Vintage Hausfrau described her experience of picking out a tree and decorating it with vintage ornaments for day 11
and Gina of Willowday made ice lanterns for day 12
Heidi of Wool Rocks displayed her Norwegian knitted Christmas ornaments for day 13
and Charlotte Schmidt Olsen made a beautiful paper bird for day 14
I showed how to make oversized holly and ivy out of balloons for day 15
and Sarah Goldschadt (author of Craft-a-day) made an owlies Christmas tree for day 16
The most awesome nativity set from Dos Family for day 17
and Danish nisser from Elise from Eliseenvoyage for day 18
Photographer Tine Hvolby dressed up her daughter as an angel for day 19
and Elaina of Fog and Cedar described a lovely walk to find materials to make an advent candle for day 20
Jennifer Hagler of A Merry Mishap made the ultra delicious æbleskiver (Danish pancakes) for day 21
and Lina Anoff showed us her friend’s childhood discovering a gingerbread house for day 22.
I finished off the series with my family’s Scandinavian-inspired decorations around our house for day 23.
With that, I’m off! Merry Christmas! I’m taking the next couple of weeks off. Next time you’ll hear from me will be from our new place in Utah!