December 24th – Merry Christmas Everyone! Thank you so much to everyone who has followed my Christmas calendar this year. I want to with you all a lovely Christmas no matter where or how you are celebrating it. I hope 2015 has been a good year for all of you and that 2016 will be just as great if not better, or a fresh start for those who need it. Santa says Ho Ho Ho – May all your wishes come true in the coming year! This is the 24th and last illustration in my 2015 illustrated Christmas card series. Happy New year to all!
December 22nd – The little Drummer Boy’s carol. I am a little behind posting my Christmas calendar this year, but better late than never! This illustrated christmas card is in attribute to one of my favorite english christmas carols the little drummer boy, as well as one of my favorite danish christmas songs that mentions a little drum hanging on the Christmas tree. All in all I find that the drum is a lovely symbol of the joyous music that enchants us during the holiday season. This is the 22nd illustration in my Christmas coloring card series.
December 21st – Kissed under the mistletoe. Since Christmas is the celebration of love and tradition, hopefully the traditional meaning of the mistletoe can bring together new love or enforce old love between people. This is the 21st illustration in my Christmas coloring card series.
December 20th – Oh how exciting it is! The time for getting and decorating the free. The kids wait in anticipation, as the adults put on the ornaments passed down from their parent’s parents. It is a time for joy and tradition and the beauty of handmade crafts mixed with nature. A time for families and friends to get together and celebrate love. This is the 20th illustration in my Christmas coloring card series.
December 17th –Beautifully decorated front doors this Christmas! I don’t know about you, but one of my favorite thing to do during december is simply walking around admiring the beautifully decorated doors and hourses. Christmas lights, rings, snowmen – just seeing people enjoy making their homes cater to the Christmas Spirit around town. My mom made these beautiful rings every year since I was a little kid, so this is how my family home front door looks like most years 🙂 This is the 17th illustration in my Christmas coloring card series.
December 14th – One of the dearest Christmas holiday symbols Rudolph the reindeer. This is an illustration of him leading the way across the starry night sky on Christmas night. This is the 14th illustration in my Christmas coloring card series.
December 10th – Christmas hearts. Nothing is better than cutting Christmas Hearts together with someone special and then filling them with goodies, fur and decorative things. Later on they will go on the Christmas tree 🙂 This is the 10th illustration in my advent calendar series.
December 9th – In northern Europe we go to the forests and collect all kinds of greens, cones, nuts and berries. Then we make our own Christmas decoration with a countdown candle. This is one of my most cherished memories as a kid. It is a tradition to spend time with the family or our loved ones. It is a creative outlet that we spend the rest of the month looking at and remembering the time we spent together. This is the ninth illustration of my 24 illustrated Christmas card series.
December 6th – From all of us to all of you, a Merry Christmas! Birdhouses with a happy little community of happy holiday spirited birds. This is the sixth illustration of my 24 illustrated Christmas card series. The cards will be available for purchase on Etsy in about a week from now.