We've been enjoying all of the beautiful Christmas traditions Milly has brought back from Denmark. This one made our Christmas Eve celebrations so much fun! Risalamande is a rice pudding that the Danish traditionally serve on Christmas Eve. It's so much more than a delicious desert. It's also a ... Read More about Delicious & Fun – How to Make Danish Christmas Pudding
Let me start by saying these are far more than little heart baskets made from paper. These Julehjerter are Christmas therapy. They're a key to recapturing the nostalgic Christmas celebrations you long for. I have a theory that what makes us feel like Christmas has lost some of its magic isn't ... Read More about How to make Beautiful Danish Heart Baskets – Free Template
Ages before you had an Elf sitting on your shelf, Danish children had the family Nisse. Milly spent last year in Denmark, and assures me that the Danes know better than anyone how to celebrate Christmas. She was absolutely enchanted when the family and guests danced around the Christmas tree, lit by ... Read More about Introducing An Adorable Danish Nisse – Free Printable Tags!
What could a girl from a tiny little island in eastern Canada possibly have in common with a girl growing up over 4,500 miles away in the desert mountains of Wyoming? Once upon a time a mutual friend introduced me to Anne of Green Gables, and I've never been the same. The Magic of Words I was ... Read More about 3 Ways An Island Girl Inspired a Girl in the Mountains
Crunchy leaves underfoot, warm sweaters, cool morning breezes, hot cocoa and comfort foods. Like macaroni and cheese. Everything about autumn just makes me happy. Growing up, we made our macaroni and cheese from a box. Our creative mom often dressed it up with a list of "mix-ins" that we would ... Read More about Easy Macaroni & Cheese is the Best Autumn Comfort Food!