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A touch of Scandinavian Christmas decorating inspiration

I always start putting up a few Christmas decorations around Advent Sunday.  In case you'll be doing the same, here's a little modern Scandinavian Christmas inspiration for advent calendars, candles and a pretty olive branch wreath I'm hoping to make for my front door.  Happy decorating!






Images: 1. Frichic 2. Weekday Carnival DIY 3. Marsipan og Smilifjes 4. Bella Blogit 5. Petra Bindel 6. Does anyone know the credit?  

I'm planning lots more Christmas posts in the month of December. In the meantime you can take a peek through past Christmas posts here (scroll passed the first post which will be the same as this one), or take a look at my Christmas Pinterest board which I'm forever updating.

Don't forget to stop by tomorrow to enter a fab advent give-away!

Have a great night!



LATEST COMMENTS:

  1. Beautiful as ever! (Calendar from: http://weekdaycarnival.blogspot.in/2012/10/modern-diy-x-mas-calendar.html)

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    1. Thank you so much for the link, will update the post. Have a wonderful weekend.

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    1. Thank you! It was fun putting it together :)

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  3. This gives me so much inspiration!
    http://www.thoughtsinstyle.com/

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  4. really love that olive branch wreath!

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  5. oh these ideas are so lovely! I adore how simple and easy they are. Thanks for sharing!!

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  6. I TAKE ALL
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  7. Hej! Thank you! I am always working to keep my Swedish heritage into my current life. You are reminding me what a heart-warming connection it is to bring my Mormor's decorations out for the holidays. God Yul, Diane Ericson

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  8. So beautiful!

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