(This is not quite Christmas but in December so...) Why don't you see this sort of biscuits more often in Finland at Independence Day?

(This is not quite Christmas but in December so.) Why don't you see this sort of biscuits more often in Finland at Independence Day?

Kertakäyttölautanen, tummanvihreää askartelupunosta (pitkää), valkeaa kartonkia, vahaliidut/puuvärit ja tussit, liimaa. Taika -lehdestä napattu idea.

Kertakäyttölautanen, tummanvihreää askartelupunosta (pitkää), valkeaa kartonkia, vahaliidut/puuvärit ja tussit, liimaa. Taika -lehdestä napattu idea.

This is about as wild it gets in Finland... we use to light candles on the window, perhaps eat some blue-white cakes and such, and watch the Presidential independence day celebration on telly :-D Oh, do we have a lot to learn :-D

Independence Day in Finland. This holiday is celebrated annually on 6 December and marks the Declaration of Independence from the Russian empire by the Finnish Parliament in

Independence Day Candles♥

Why I Love (And Hate) Living In Finland - Independence Day Candles♥

Doodle for FInland's independence day. Very Finnish :-D

Finland National Day [Национальный день Финляндии] /This doodle was shown: /Countries, in which doodle was shown: Finland

Independence Day (Finland) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Finland's Secret Sauce: Its Teachers. Kappan Editor-in-Chief Joan Richardson examines one of the reasons that Finland's educational system is so successful: Its teacher preparation.

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