Dec 1

Fuji Family German Christmas Traditions

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German Christmas cookies

Happy December my friends!! Can you believe that 2016 has flown by so quickly?  I can hardly believe it when I look at the calendar.  This year has been a crazy busy one with some unexpected twists and turns for our family, but now we have arrived at my favorite time of the year.  I love Christmastime.  I recently wrote a piece for World Market about my family’s German Christmas traditions . . . a huge part of why I love this season so much.  So pop on over if you get a minute and have a read!  You can find the post here.

Nutcrackers and cookie plates

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ornaments March 15, 2021 at 4:18 am

i really need to know what kids in Germany really want


ornamentsbyelves April 19, 2021 at 12:44 am

Christmas Eve is divided into a busy morning and a festive evening. Next, the focus is on decorating the Christmas tree with fairy lights and colorful bubbles, collecting gifts, and preparing food. German pyramids or Christmas pyramids are wooden handicrafts made by skilled craftsmen in the mountains of Germany. The Germans began placing Christmas trees in their homes as a symbol of their Christian faith, but at first, they were traditionally hung upside down inside the house.


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