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Yule Goat Illustrated Journal Page by fallingSarah

Description Long winter nights and freezing temperatures are kept at bay when the candles are lit and the Yule festivals are near! The Yule Goat, or Julbocken brings holiday cheer and presents and even adorns your Christmas tree. Celebrate this wonderful creature with an illustrated journal page featuring facts about the goat, Scandinavian traditions and folklore! Watercolour and ink Prints available here: www.etsy.com/uk/listing/564756…


Christmas is celebrated in many different ways around the world. So it's no surprise that the most iconic figure of the season also has many guises.

Yule Goat Set– Grimfrost

The Yule Goat has for long been an important symbol in Scandinavia. It is still today one of the most common decorations used around the house during Christmas times. The tradition originates from the pagan beliefs, where Thor, the god of thunder, rode across the sky in a chariot drawn by the two goats Tanngnjóstr and Tanngrisnir. This set comes with three Yule Goats: A large, a medium and a small one. The goats are handmade, meaning that they vary in shape and size. No two are…

Notforgotten Farm : ~ Y U L E ~

A Blessed Yule to All of our Friends! of Flesh, Fur ~ Feather or Fin! I have long-loved the tradition of gnomes, trolls, tomtes or tomtens... nisse, elf, pixie or fae ~ those often-times helpful, but sometimes mischievous sprites that I believe are around us. I wanted to share with you a few of my very favorite antique postcards depicting the little 'beings' that have captured my heart and imagination since childhood: please enjoy their beautiful illustrations and sometimes cheeky humor…

The Pagan Origins of the Yule Goat | Julia Penelope

In Sweden, the Julbock, is a goat that delivers presents alongside the Jultomte on Christmas night. As with most folklore, the origins of this tradition lie within pre-Christian Scandinavian spiritual practices.