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"Gækkebrev," is a Danish Easter Tradition of sending out teaser letters. The letter is cut out and decorated with a snow drop and includes a little poem or rhyme. The letter is sent anonymously, thus, it contains dots that correspond to the number of letters in the sender’s name. If you guess who sent it, you get an Easter chocolate egg. But if the recipient does not guess who sent it, so he or she gives an Easter egg to the sender. “Mit navn står med prikker, pas på de ikke stikker”.

"Gækkebrev," is a Danish Easter Tradition of sending out teaser letters. The letter is cut out and decorated with a snow drop and includes a little poem or rhyme. The letter is sent anonymously, thus, it contains dots that correspond to the number of letters in the sender’s name. If you guess who sent it, you get an Easter chocolate egg. But if the recipient does not guess who sent it, so he or she gives an Easter egg to the sender. “Mit navn står med prikker, pas på de ikke stikker”.

"Gækkebrev," is a Danish Easter Tradition of sending out teaser letters. The letter is cut out and decorated with a snow drop and includes a little poem or rhyme. The letter is sent anonymously, thus, it contains dots that correspond to the number of letters in the sender’s name. If you guess who sent it, you get an Easter chocolate egg. But if the recipient does not guess who sent it, so he or she gives an Easter egg to the sender. “Mit navn står med prikker, pas på de ikke stikker”.

"Gækkebrev," is a Danish Easter Tradition of sending out teaser letters. The letter is cut out and decorated with a snow drop and includes a little poem or rhyme. The letter is sent anonymously, thus, it contains dots that correspond to the number of letters in the sender’s name. If you guess who sent it, you get an Easter chocolate egg. But if the recipient does not guess who sent it, so he or she gives an Easter egg to the sender. “Mit navn står med prikker, pas på de ikke stikker”.

A horn of plenty made of kransekage. This was my wedding cake filled with chocolates.

A horn of plenty made of kransekage. This was my wedding cake filled with chocolates.

PYNT OP TIL PÅSKEFROKOST - Blog Om Bolig

PYNT OP TIL PÅSKEFROKOST - Blog Om Bolig

"Gækkebrev," is a Danish Easter Tradition of sending out teaser letters. The letter is cut out and decorated with a snow drop and includes a little poem or rhyme. The letter is sent anonymously, thus, it contains dots that correspond to the number of letters in the sender’s name. If you guess who sent it, you get an Easter chocolate egg. But if the recipient does not guess who sent it, so he or she gives an Easter egg to the sender. “Mit navn står med prikker, pas på de ikke stikker”.

"Gækkebrev," is a Danish Easter Tradition of sending out teaser letters. The letter is cut out and decorated with a snow drop and includes a little poem or rhyme. The letter is sent anonymously, thus, it contains dots that correspond to the number of letters in the sender’s name. If you guess who sent it, you get an Easter chocolate egg. But if the recipient does not guess who sent it, so he or she gives an Easter egg to the sender. “Mit navn står med prikker, pas på de ikke stikker”.

Easter egg, chick and hen hanging decoration - how to tutorial by Make.Do.Sew http://www.cassiejene.com/diy-easter-chicken-and-egg-hanging-decoration-guest-post-by-lou-cox/

Easter egg, chick and hen hanging decoration - how to tutorial by Make.Do.Sew http://www.cassiejene.com/diy-easter-chicken-and-egg-hanging-decoration-guest-post-by-lou-cox/

Easter -  Some of the traditional Danish traditions include making a ‘gækkebrev’ – a decorated letter sent at Easter containing a riddle – that you send to someone you know. If the person you send it to guesses who you are, you have to give them an Easter egg, but if they don’t guess it before Easter ends, they owe you one, so you better make it a difficult riddle. Other traditions revolve around the Easter egg: you can colour eggs, run with them, go on egg hunts and eat ones made of…

Easter - Some of the traditional Danish traditions include making a ‘gækkebrev’ – a decorated letter sent at Easter containing a riddle – that you send to someone you know. If the person you send it to guesses who you are, you have to give them an Easter egg, but if they don’t guess it before Easter ends, they owe you one, so you better make it a difficult riddle. Other traditions revolve around the Easter egg: you can colour eggs, run with them, go on egg hunts and eat ones made of…

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