A delightful Christmas story for families. The Christmas Nisse presents a Danish Christmas tradition about the magical little Nisse. These mischievous creatures live at the North Pole with Santa. You know they have arrived when their little door appears. The Christmas Nisse is on a mission to create and collect Christmas Joy to make Santa's sleigh fly. 


How do you help the Nisse, you ask? 

Bring this beautiful tradition into your home and find out.

What do you need to do?

Imagine a tradition with only a few things to do but you add all the wonder of Christmas magic. The Christmas Nisse is a sweet tradition for the hole family for generations to enjoy. Packed with love, kindness and magic, the value of Christmas.

Let’s get started, it’s so easy

Let’s pick how to start your Christmas Nisse tradition.

The secret way - The Christmas Nisse comes with the door 


The do it together way - You place the door for the Nisse 


The Gingerbread House way - make your gingerbread house into a nisse home

The Secret Way  

This is a great way to use when you have little (or big) kid(s) that believe in the magic of Christmas. As told in the book, The Christmas Nisse will move in on the last night in November. ​On the last night in November, after the kids are in bed, find a perfect place to pop up the door.

If you feel a little creative you can add accessories of your choose to make the door unique for your family. ​And that’s it, you are ready to welcome The Christmas Nisse on the morning of December 1st.


This has been the tradition in our family since my children were little. Our boys are now 8 and 10 and they are still eagerly watching for the door to appear.

The most important thing is that The Christmas Nisse is a secret and he magically moves into your home.

Schhhh, I think I can hear something....

The "do it together" way

This way was introduced to me by a special Christmas Nisse family. They have three big kids and on the last day in November, they decided to create a special moment filled with hygge, coziness and magic. They gathered together to put up the door creating a beautiful moment, filling the room with Christmas joy.


They told me The Christmas Nisse moved in the next day


​Over the Christmas days the Christmas Nisse was there to remind them to spread kindness and love to each other.

The "gingerbread house" way

Did you see in The Christmas Nisse book that the Nisse's house looks like it's made out of gingerbread? With toasty brown walls and a roof that is white and icy. 


Build your own gingerbread house and let the Nisse move into his new home. 


When you make the gingerbread house you create a special moment, alone or with others, filled with the magic of Christmas joy, ready for him to collect.  


The Nisse is so excited to move into a home that you made with love.  

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"On the last night in November, 

through the cold I will roam

my magic will help me

find the way to your home." 

The Door

On the last night in November, please attach The Christmas Nisse’s door inside your home. You can place the door above the floorboard, a dresser, a window or maybe over your chimney. 


- your imagination is the limit -

Note - You can use mounting puddy or command strips to hang up the door without leaving marks on your wall.

​It can be so hard to avoid the temptation of touching the door, but remember;


"If you touch my door, my magic is gone"

​                       - The Christmas Nisse


This door contains small parts! Seek immediate medical attention if parts may have been swallowed!

-This door is made for inside use only-