- Add a little Scandinavian magic to any Christmas and celebrate the festive season the Swedish way
- A wonderful selection of simple crafts, recipes and decorations which great fun to make
- Beautifully illustrated throughout with colour photographs from Pernilla Wästberg
A wealth of recipes, decorations and gifts to add a little Scandinavian magic to any Christmas!
In this beautiful festive craft book, Caroline Wendt and Pernilla Wästberg present a wealth of recipes, decorations and gifts to add a little Scandinavian magic to any Christmas!
Bake tasty festive treats, from savoury breadsticks to delicious gingerbread men. Add Scandinavian flair to your home with cushions, wreaths and crocheted Santas. Decorate a Christmas tree the Swedish way, with frozen angels, knitted baubles and icing snowflakes. And share the festive cheer with perfect gifts like cookie jars and cute caramel crackers.
A Swedish Christmas is packed with wonderful festive projects using all kinds of materials and techniques. Each project comes with simple, easy-to-follow instructions and beautiful photographs.
'Children and adults alike love to see what each day marked on an advent calendar will bring. Well this beautiful version will have them brimming with excitement as the 24 little boxes reveal their sweet surprises!'
-- Love Crafting, Christmas 2013
'There is lots of festive goodness inside this book ... This is a really nice book with a good mix of quick and more complex projects, lots of different crafts to choose from and a "something for everyone" style that ranges from cute to stylish, and from quirky & fun to traditional.'
-- Laura Howard, Bugs and Fishes craft blog
Caroline Wendt is a freelance journalist for gardening, food and interior design. She and Pernilla Wästberg discovered a common interest in crafts, and A Swedish Christmas is the result. Caroline especially likes to use yarn, sparkling beads and flea-market finds.
Pernilla Wästberg is a freelance photographer. She and Caroline Wendt discovered a common interest in crafts, and A Swedish Christmas is the result. Pernilla is especially fond of gingerbread, hyacinths and moss.