Hyvää, ihanaa ja lämmintä Joulua kaikille! (In Finland we celebrate the Christmas in December 24th, the Christmas eve for some reason. The year I spent in Australia 1999-2000 I was nearly dying on Christmas eve - I was 8, my brother was 5, as my parents kept telling us that we'd need to wait ONE MORE DAY. Last year on the other hand I woke up late, went for a tuna sandwich with my best friend before we took a long stroll around Patong Beach (we were looking for a certain fabric store for her cosplay project - Frozen's Elsa which still hasn't seen the light of day) and ended up making rice porridge in the kitchen of my internship place around 4 in the afternoon with +30 weather :D)
But anyways, to the Christmas cards I sent out this year~
Most of these cards were sent from the Arctic Circle in the beginning of November/end of October
|to Satu, Finland|
"Have and atmospheric Christmas(?)"
|to my best friend, Finland|
"Christmas is the time of surprises and miracles"
|to Christine, Germany|
|to Alexis, USA|
|to Lotte, Belgium|
"Merry Christmas and Happy New Year/Luck for the New Year"
|to Yulia, Russia|
"(Have a) relaxing Christmas"
|to Emma, Finland|
"During Christmas time you have a permission to curl up under a woolen blanket, eat at night and just be!"
|to Alex, Germany|
"Have an atmospheric Christmas time"
|to Isabell, Germany|
|to Marjut, Finland|
|to Niina, Finland|
|to my grandma|
|to Elisa, Scotland|
not even trying to translate that, sent it to her as we've had a thing for the "emo cows" since 2010 :D
|to Janita, Finland|
"Cheerful Christmas greetings!"
|to Lisa, Germany|
"Art without Hands" greeting card "Tyttö ja Enkeli" by Ann Lund Wahlberg
original work painted with mouth
|to Memi, Thailand|
"Art without Hands" greeting card "Lapin Lumoa" by Risto Toivanen
original work painted with a foot
Hyvää Joulua ja Onnellista Uutta Vuotta!