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  • Artsy Phartsie

    art, illustration, // "The Barn Elf (Fjøsnissen) is a creature from Scandinavian folklore. He was often described as a short man, “no bigger than a horse’s head”, wearing grey clothes, knickerbockers and a red hat similar to what Norwegian farmers would wear." ~ by Moose in category Art & Culture History

  • Cheryl Kinrade Acton

    Google Image Result for http://2.bp.blogspot.com/_M7CMv9jKdMs/SypAKj_rPAI/AAAAAAAAAeQ/Ja1Fa-YEbDg/s400/nisse.jpg In Denmark at Christmas time they believe in little elves like this "nisse"

  • Vicki Butler

    norwegian christmas - Google Search

  • Donna Peterson

    Vintage Christmas Graphics | vintage illustration of Nisse

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