Last minute Christmas tips
Feel the joy of giving. Choose to give to those who need it the most. Offer help, give away toys or clothes to charity. Most of us can spread some kind of good. Remember to allow yourself to feel good about giving. It’s totally allowed.
Hallelujah by Jeff Buckley. One of my favorite songs ever.
Love actually. Best Christmas mood movie of all times! I don’t care if it’s cheesy, it’s an every year must.
Stockmanns ginger bread cookies. They are hands down the best, I swear.
Auld Lang Syne. Don’t know what it means, yet it is one of my favorite songs around Christmas and New Year’s.
Balmuir. Guaranteed Christmas present success even for the most difficult ones who has everything. The shop is filled with big and small luxury items we want, but might not buy for ourselves. Something for both men, women and children. I love the children’s cashmere beanies, scarves and terry robes.
Holiday. Another wonderful Christmas movie I love.
Ombrellino toy store. I love boutiques with a small yet qualitative selection. Ombrellino is the perfect shop for night lamps, play food and sweets, dolls and my favorite- robot’s.
Snurk sheets for children (can be found here, at Stockman). They are beautiful and the kids love them!
Homemade muesli or smoothies mix. Once upon a time when I pretended to be the perfect housewife I made sugar and gluten free muesli for everyone. I filled beautiful jars decorated with red and midnight blue velvet ribbon.
Lakrids. If you don’t have time to stand by the oven all day Lakrids works just as well. Make the jar more personal with a beautiful ribbon and homemade card.
Skip on the alcohol this year? Christmas shouldn’t make anyone feel unsafe.
knit filippa k// dress pbo//boots zara// bag chanel// coat vintage
Pictures by Juuli Rönkä