Scandinavian Easter Decoration

After the long, dark winter, Easter represents the arrival of Spring in Scandinavia. Scandinavians will mark the celebration with decorations in their homes. And here are some inspiration for you, how to celebrate Easter the Scandinavian way. Throughout the winter the hens don't lay eggs. To celebrate the warmer weather and the return of fresh eggs - Scandinavian will paint and decorate their...

Decorate for Easter – Flowers, Easter Eggs and other craft ideas

Step away from yellow chicks and ribbons, chocolate eggs and rabbits on the loose... How Scandinavians decorate their minimalistic design led homes for Easter. The super minimalistic easter eggs as seen above is from Danish design shop felius.dk. Although this looks stylish enough - ad I'd love to have it as mantlepiece decoration for Easter there are other options too, which includes getting...

Make your own Scandinavian Easter Sweet Treats

Traditionally we don't do Easter egg hunt in Scandinavia. But fear not, there are plenty of other sweet treats for Easter. Some are even homemade! The treats are hidden in the children's Easter Eggs as well as served during coffee breaks and after dinner. We have bought new Easter Eggs at Totally Swedish this year, ready to be filled with Easter delights. But not all the sweet treats have to be...

How to make a Scandinavian Easter tree; Feather & egg bedazzled twigs!

From classy Scandi Chic muted to Colourful egg-travaganza! Here are some truly beautiful ideas for feather & egg bedazzled twigs and how to create your own Scandinavian Easter tree! The colorful twigs with feathers are popular all over Scandinavia for Easter. Bound by birch twigs, the påskris was in the 17th century used for Long Friday’s flagellation. Today you source twigs from the forest...