web analytics
Interior

My calendar candle

November 25, 2015
Simple calendar candle decoration by that nordic feeling

Simple calendar candle decoration by that nordic feeling

My calendar candle decoration is ready for December 1st. Calendar candles are a popular Danish tradition. We burn a little piece every day of December until Christmas Eve, which is the day we celebrate Christmas. Everyone’s got one! And they some in all kinds of colours, sizes and styles. I’ve always liked the simple ones best – not the big red ones with nisser (the Danish equivalent of Christmas elves) on.

Simple calendar candle decoration by that nordic feeling

This year I’ve gone for a simple, Nordic look. Nature plays a big part when I decorate for Christmas. And that goes for my calendar candle decoration too. The plate is an old brass one from H&M Home I bought a few years ago, the calendar candle is by Broste Copenhagen and the bears are vintage from Royal Copenhagen. They used to belong to my late and beloved grandparents. To complete the look I’ve used moss and old pieces of wood found in the woods.

Simple calendar candle decoration by that nordic feeling

If you are looking for more inspiration check out the styling I did for Rosendahl’s Karen Blixen Christmas decorations and my calendar candle from last year along with my guide for different styles of calendar candles.

© that nordic feeling

♥ Follow that nordic feeling on: bloglovin' | facebook | instagram | twitter | pinterest

You Might Also Like

6 Comments

  • Reply Pandaonavespa November 25, 2015 at 15:04

    This is such a nice idea!! I have never heard of it and it´s such a shame that we don´t have it in Italy as well!! I am going to do one my self, thanks!!!

    https://pandaonavespa.wordpress.com

    • Rikke • that nordic feeling
      Reply Rikke • that nordic feeling November 25, 2015 at 23:21

      It’s a great way to keep count and count down the days till Christmas :)

      So happy you can use the inspiration! You’re very welcome :))

  • Reply Hanne November 25, 2015 at 15:45

    Hvor er ” mormors” Bjørne fine der.

  • Reply Karlijn November 25, 2015 at 21:29

    I really like that tradition. I remember it from last year and a few weeks back I saw some candles like this and had to buy them :)

  • What's on your mind? We love to hear from you!

    %d bloggers like this: