(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?

) 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

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oxgerryberryxo: Finland’s Independence Day :)

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

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