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Hyvää Joulua ja Onnellista Uutta Vuotta! Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year!

Finnish people love Christmas. For Finns, waiting for Christmas is an event in itself. We start counting the days from the beginning of December, Joulukuu, using an advent calendar and tell stories about Santa Claus and his elves. We clean and decorate our homes by adding traditional Christmas colours: red, green, and gold as we set our tables.

Christmas time in Finland is full of memories and traditions, this is also why vintage dishware is used in these festive settings. As the days get shorter and colder, we light candles in holders and drink a lot of coffee and mulled wine and enjoy traditional Christmas treats like joulutorttu (christmas tarts) and piparkakku (gingerbread).

We look for presents particularly for the children and our loved ones, but also remember those that are alone or in need. The last day of the Christmas season for most Finns is Loppiainen, (Epiphany) on the 6th of January. This is the day for taking out the Christmas tree and packing away the christmas decorations. So in fact, we celebrate the coming of the New Year with the seasonal colours of Christmas time.

Here we have collected some of our favourite products for the wintertime season. Find something special for your home from Finland, Santa’s home country!

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