Christmas market

Here are some photos from our Christmas market last weekend. We used the old garage and it looked really pretty with all the snow. I made two small gingerbread houses and some gingerbread cookie hearts.

There were lots of home made goodies, like jams, Danish traditional Christmas cookies and lots of soft knitted socks and much more. All this made by my mother in law and some of her knitting friends. One of them was the one who got the knitting basket cake that I made three years agoe.

We also had a small cafe where we sold Danish Aepleskiver with powdered sugar and strawberry jam.

Happy Caking!

Louise

Louise
Louise is the founder and editor of CakeJournal. She's a passionate, self taught, cake artist who has been doing cake decorating since 2002.
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  1. says

    This may sound strange, but I LOVE the ceiling of the building you used for the Christmas market. It looks so rustic/old fashioned and perfect for winter. Beautiful!

  2. Alessandra says

    Ciao Louise, how are you?

    I always follow your blog with interest, and I wanted to share with you my little marzipan fruit

    http://alessandrazecchini.blogspot.com/2010/12/home-made-marzipan-fruit.html

    I tried to send you a private message, but when i click on contacts nothing happens… so I am posting the link here. I hope you don’t mind or feel that I am ‘advertising’ myself… my blog is noncommercial. Anyway, feel free to delete this message after you have read it :-)

    ciao and Merry Xmas

    Alessandra

  3. Anonymous says

    Wow. This is very, very nice. A Good job to you all the way from Miami, Florida! (I want to be there too.)

  4. sandra says

    Please have a wonderful christmas and a happy new year.It is so nice to share happy times with you.We dont have white christmas here in Australia and its certainly hot when a lot of families have a traditional english christmas dinner.Looking forward to new year sharing from your website.
    Bye for now sandra

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