This year’s gift guide is much shorter than last year’s since I’m not doing Blogmas this year. So it’s just a small list of gifts for stationery and book lovers. If you want more ideas, you might want to check out last year’s Blogmas overview, or the gift guide from two years ago. For the
A roundup of all the Blogmas posts of 2018. A mixture of traditions, gift ideas (bought and homemade) and Christmas experiences.
For someone who’s very late with Christmas gifts, a handwritten note not be on a Christmas list, but it’s something deeply personal and unique.
Christmas Eve means watching All You Need Is Love, a Dutch tv show about bringing family and lovers together for Christmas. A truly heartwarming experience.
The holiday season is heaven for people who like sweets and the enemy of scales. Here’s a list of sweets perfect for gifting.
Decorate plastic or glass baubles with your own doodles or messages. Let your kids help paint wooden ornaments or create paper decorations for a personal touch.
Everyone has their traditional Christmas dishes. Why not try something a little different and add something new to your traditions? Plus tips on saving time in the kitchen.
Tessa talks about which seasons greetings she uses and why. She dives deeper into the celebrations in December how they evolved to be what they are today and how they influenced her choice of words.
One thing I’m looking forward to every November is to pick a Christmas Market to visit with my mom. We’ve been to several in the Netherlands, Belgium and Germany. And we even managed to go to London one time. Hyde park looked magical, but it was also super busy. This year we went to a
How about some festive beverages. It’s time to drink something hot on these cold days. Which is your go-to? Mulled wine, tea, coffee or hot chocolate?