We will be making a Tomten garland!
This craft comes from https://www.whatdowedoallday.com/tomten-garland/
Please visit here for more complete instructions and for lots more Swedish style crafts.
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Imagine a snowy Christmas with candles lit everywhere, beautiful choirs, and the smell of spice in the air. You are picturing Christmas in Sweden! Whether you are traveling to Sweden for Christmas or just want to celebrate like the Swedish, you will find some fun things to learn and do here.
This traditional Swedish cookie is a little bit different than a traditional gingerbread cookie. It has more spice and dissolves in your mouth. It is not very cakey either.
The recipe calls for golden syrup, but you can use corn syrup but it isn’t quite as good. You can find golden syrup at Whole Foods and most grocery stores near the maple syrup or the corn syrup.
I couldn’t pick just one so I thought you could pick or do both!
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