progress in your Swedish training ;-)) Well - it says Hänglar brownie (well - in the Swedish dict. it said nisse = brownie, hm..and I thought it only was something you could eat...hihi...) with Lucia buns and gingerbread biscuits.
In Sweden we have the tradition of celebrating Lucia - December 13th. For those of you that would like to read more about this tradition - check out the following web-site.
I will also post the recipe I use for making the Lucia buns this week - if you would like to make them yourself. I used to make them for my friends and neighbours in Zürich. They all loved it, so I do hope you will do as well - if you decide to try.
As for the card - DPs from the local shop Pysselakuten. Stamp - hänglar och stänglar coloured with SU markers and aquarelle brush, highlights with white gel pen (note - no stickles on this one;-) Sweet treat sentiment and ribbon from SU. Gingerbread biscuit dies from QK (thank you Ann for cutting some for me yesterday). I made a pocket to slide the card into, so you could decide to write the greeting inside of the card or on the back of the insert.
Have a wonderful evening,