We all have peeps on our Christmas list that are HARD to buy for. Whether it’s because you only know them professionally, & not personally like teachers and secret santa co-workers, or perhaps your giftee tells you that just being together on Christmas is enough, but you know you can’t actually show up empty handed. When I’m stumped on what to get for someone, I often turn to candles. They’re beautiful, useful, you can make them right in your kitchen.
Happy weekend! I’m excited to invite you in for a tour of our home decked out for Christmas as part of The Meaningful Holiday Home Tour, hosted by Laura of Meaningful Spaces! The tour runs Dec. 1st – 4th, so make sure you check out the rest of the homes on the tour with the links at the bottom of this post.
If you’re in a wrapping rut this season, try these simple clay Dala Horses which easily take gifts from blah to showstopper in about an hour. Write the recipient’s name onto the back, slip under the bow, and you’re all set. Or add a string onto their backs and use them as ornaments!
I’m 50% Swedish + a mixture of Norwegian, Finnish and English in that order for the other 50%. So I always have my eye out for new Scandinavian decor and traditions we can include in our Holiday celebrations. This year I made a candle wreath
Need last minute gift ideas for that hard-to-buy-for, design-savvy minimalist in your life? Here are a few ideas to run with. Though it’s late in the game, expedited shipping or a good old fashioned visit to the brick and mortar will
I definitely have go-to Holiday cookie recipes (spritz, wreath cookies, caramel), nostalgic favorites that Ken and I make every year. We all do, oui? But inevitably, I’m browsing Pinterest around the Holidays, and stumble upon new, marvelous
Happy Monday! How’s the Holiday shopping going? If you have a crafter to buy for, well then you must check out this list! As someone who creates for a living, I work with the gamut of materials, and of course have developed some
October & November were particularly heavy contributing months for me (where I was busy creating content for other brands), but I’ve got a little break in the action and want to share a round-up of non-traditional Holiday wreath projects that have been