Some years ago in December I made some small drawings of “nisser” which might be translated into goblins og Santa’s helpers – I am not sure what to call them in English?
In Denmark and Sweden and Norway “nisser” are everywhere when Christmas is approaching. Originally “nisser” were actually not so nice, and you had to make good friends with them by giving them a bowl with rice porridge with cinnamon-sugar and butter.
Today in December “nisser” are in the shop windows, they are all over in the Christmas decorations, and they are the ones who give the children the present in the Christmas sock every morning for 24 days.
I have added a lot of new coloring pages for Christmas to this page on Clipartqueen.com.
This first one you will only find here, so if you want to color this Christmas mandala, please click the drawing here to come to the real version, and then download that one. It’s much easier than it sounds, actually.
This next cute drawing with the Christmas kittens you will find on Clipartqueen.com if you use the link above:
I hope you will find and use a lot of my coloring pages for the cozy holiday days.
The other day after dinner with my family we all played one of the many games I remember from right back to my own childhood. It is a very simple game: All you need is a piece of paper, a pencil or a pen, and voila! you can play the game.
You can make groups of 3 or 4, or just switch to join.
The first makes a (secret) drawing of a head and a neck. As you can see from the examples here, it can be a head of almost everything, it could even be a pumpkin head :-).Then he or she folds the paper, so only the lines from the neck are visible.
Now the next person draws the torso, or maybe only the upper part of the torso, with arms. Again the paper is folded to make only short lines for the next person to make either the lower part of the torso, or the legs.
As you don’t know what the previous sketch has been, the final drawing will always be a funny surprise.