I had fun creating these sheets of Christmas Carols Tape:
Here is the Norwegian version:
I tried to pick mostly carols which I think they would have sung 100 years ago.
Norwegian has to written forms, and these are made with the form called Nynorsk (literally ‘new Norwegian’), invented by Ivar Aasen in the mid 19th century (the other form is called Bokmål). Nynorsk is based on the Norwegian dialects, and is by many considered a more poetic language. In present day Norway, about 15% of the population uses Nynorsk on a daily basis (including myself), although both forms are taught to all Norwegian school children.
Print these on a full sheet of sticker paper for one of a kind tape, to use with your gifts, for cards or even decorations. Or print them on regular paper and let your Christmas imagination run wild: attach to gifts as a looong strip next to the gift tag, put one on each plate when decorating the table, or maybe make little circles, to hang on the glas or use as napkin rings?
The color matches my Milk Glass Jar series (click on images below to see wraps, gift wrap, gift bags and gift tags):
The files are free for your personal use and enjoyment. Go to the download folder below to grab your high quality copies 🙂
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I used the following elements for these designs: