Image source at reddit.com
A Lego leaflet from 1974 was posted on Reddit this weekend and with it’s simple messaging (and very Scandinavian way of explaining things) immediately got trending on Social Media, as the content is as relevant today as it was 40 years ago. It’s not what you create but being creative that counts and this is way the original lego brick is so brilliant.
Never afraid of challenging the main stream design trends -and delivering tons of charm and personality with both their Home and Kids collection, the brilliant creative team behind the Danish brand LUCKYBOYSUNDAY never cease to amaze us!
The Scandinavian mulled wine, ‘julegløgg’ has longstanding traditions in Scandinavia. It’s made with red wine, aquavit and madeira, but this can easily be replaced with a blackcurrant cordial for a non alcohol option. It’s the spices which are important! The Swedish King Gustav Vasa had his own recipe in the 15th century, not too dissimilar from the one we will share with you.
Decorate your home with fresh pine tree branches, pretty red berry branches, twigs and pine cones this Christmas. Fill your house with Christmas scents from baking Ginger bread men and simmering ‘glögg’ Scandinavian mulledwine on the stove. Lid some candles and enjoy this dark but beautiful pre-christmas, in Scandinavian fashion, together with your family.
Danish children’s brand MINI A TURE has launched another gorgeous Christmas collection; Inspired by a carefree childhood, sledging on the snow-covered hills on a frosty day. Cosy winter evenings in front of the fireplace. Carol singing in the streets and dancing around the Christmas three…
© Somerset House Ice Rink.
Skate in the heart of the City on one of London’s many magical ice rinks; With season running from November to February, onsite cafes and family tickets available as well as penguin skate aids on hand to provide assistance to children from age 4 and up (and adults finding their feet on the ice!). Enjoy a fun-filled outdoor activity with your family – Skate in the City!