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    1. Bagatell 76 months ago | reply

      Oh oh! Where did these come from?

    2. add_knitter 76 months ago | reply

      This is a perfect vision of seasonal delight:)

    3. helloyarn 76 months ago | reply

      SarahIvy gave them to me. They're some kind of Scandinavian. I couldn't read the package. Sarah, tell us!

    4. storebukkebruse 76 months ago | reply

      These are "nisser" gnomes and NOT little santas. I know, I 'm Scandinavian :-) there is a BIG difference. Gnomes are around the whole year. You give them a bowl of porridge WITH butter for Christmas and they will treat you well. Otherwisse they might tease... he he

    5. helloyarn 76 months ago | reply

      Don't worry! We know they're gnomes. They are in my gnome-themed dining room. :)

      Thanks for the info on how to feed them. This will come in handy!

    6. kelp! 76 months ago | reply

      These are so great!

    7. SarahIvy 76 months ago | reply

      Hooray for gnome garlands! The area where I live is pretty heavily Scandinavian, and in Astoria there's a little shop that's all imported "Finn" goodness. They had piles of them, and cute little bird ones too.

      Mine will be up by the end of the week :)

    8. helloyarn 76 months ago | reply

      Seriously. Why can't I live near a store like that?!! *weeps*

    9. knititch 76 months ago | reply

      oh yes it reminds me of my childhood. we had such kind of christmas ornaments. no bling.

    10. good little granola girl 76 months ago | reply

      lovelove.
      lovelovelove.

      (you have to read that sing-song like.)

    11. johnnyneo (off for a week) 76 months ago | reply

      Excellent Capture!! Fabulous Image!!
      Congrat's on EXPLORE my friend :)

    12. Bagatell 76 months ago | reply

      Some nisse also like copious amounts of cinnamon sugar on their porridge:

      Nisse og julegrøt!

    13. helloyarn 76 months ago | reply

      Heh, I can't believe this photo got into Explore.

      I am screwed because I don't know how to cook porridge at all! Oatmeal, I can do.

    14. storebukkebruse 76 months ago | reply

      I always give mine some everything2.com/title/Ris %e0 la mande - till now we didn't have any trouble... This is what we have for desert after the goose Dec 24th :-) yum! Oh, and some malt beer

    15. helloyarn 76 months ago | reply

      Oh, thank you, that sounds delicious!

    16. Bagatell 76 months ago | reply

      Oh, yes! The hidden almond is important. As is the gift if you're the one who finds it! :-)

      Oh, is goose the proper Christmas food in Denmark?

    17. Fancy E 76 months ago | reply

      This is so cute!

    18. storebukkebruse 76 months ago | reply

      Goose or duck or "fläskesteg" (roast pork) everything2.com/e2node/Fl%e6skesteg. www.flickr.com/photos/krobait/140732112/
      We have duck this year. I don't find anything that looks like roast pork I know from Denmark in the German butcheries...

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