Victorian Christmas Crafting

Your home can truly be a Victorian wonder at Christmastime if you participate in Victorian Christmas crafting!

Victorians were not minimalists – there was never too much for the Victorians! Too much was not enough, and they decorated everything.

By participating in any Victorian Christmas craft you will be able experience some of the most fun parts of the Victorian Christmas.

Start with a beautiful Victorian Christmas stocking

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Victorian Christmas Crochet Crafts

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Victorian Christmas Scrap-booking Supplies

Victorian families loved to scrapbook. If you love to scrapbook you will know that you are participating in a craft that has gone on for over a century. When it was cold and wintery, the Victorian family often sat around the fire and participated in a scrapbook, the more ornate the better. You can bring the love of Victorian Christmas to your home with these scrapbooking supplies.

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Victorian Christmas Designs Coloring books

What if you are not so talented or ambitious? Try a coloring book! Victorians had a way of making paperwork fun!  Victorian designs coloring books are an easy way for you to bring the beauty of the Victorian Christmas to your life in an easy way. Much beauty and family peace was created as they sat around the home creating cards, and decorations. In more time was this more true than Christmas. You can share this joy as well.

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Make your home more beautiful and enjoy your family even more with Victorian Christmas crafts!

Victorian Christmas Angels

Victorian Christmas angels are one of the biggest gifts that the Victorians brought us to brighten up our own holidays. Victorians loved using frilly angels in decorations. The upper-class Victorian housewife would decorate for every holiday, including Valentine’s Day and especially Christmas. The Victorian Christmas angels would be used used as Christmas tree ornaments, as Christmas tree toppers and in figurines.

Angels were used in Victorian times in many different ways, and you would see them used in furniture and you’ll find angels with harps and veils in many different places in a Victorian home.

In the Victorian era, a concept of “the angel of the house” was widely promulgated, referring to a concept of a woman submitting herself willingly to her marriage partner.

However, not wishing to delve into antiquated ideas of male-female relations, which would be poorly received in the modern era, I have decided instead to feature Victorian style artwork pertaining to angels, which, in turn, would be appropriate in Christmas adornments. Hanging ornaments, figurines, and patterns follow:

Victorian Christmas Angels Hanging Ornaments

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Victorian Christmas Angel Figurines

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Victorian Christmas Angels Tree Toppers

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Victorian Christmas Angels Patterns and Stickers

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Victorian Christmas angels were an important part of the Victorian home, as mothers  would make beautiful angels  to decorate the house or put on the tree.Victorians used angels in ornate ways to create beauty through the house, from the simple ornaments to huge angel sculptures

In modern times Victorian Christmas angels can be  one of the most delightful parts of your Christmas. .

Bring the simple  joy of Victorian Christmas angels in your home this year!

A Victorian Christmas Wreath will welcome your visitors to your Victorian home

Nothing makes a home look more welcoming and inviting than a beautiful Victorian Christmas wreath. While wreaths were probably used by the Romans to celebrate victory they became part of a deep Christian tradition as well. There were often four candles on the wreath, and it was seen as an Advent wreath: the four candles representing the weeks of Advent and the candle in the middle representing Christ. And although we don’t always know it, wreaths offer much to their pagan roots with the evergreen of the forest representing life.For instance Father Christmas is often shown wearing a wreath.

Here are four Thomas Kinkade Victorian Christmas wreaths. Each Victorian Christmas wreath shows Kinkade’s love of Victorian England: the snow covered city, the horse sleigh’s the magic of Christmas time. All of these wreaths are gorgeous pieces of art, and they all light up. They are quality made, sure to be heirlooms in your family.

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Father Christmas in Victorian Times Brightened Yule in Victorian Times – and Now!

Everyone loves Santa Claus but Father Christmas is a the Victorian’s even  more charming version of the jolly elf! They actually come from very different places in our folklore  though. Originally Santa Claus comes from a Christian bishop – Saint Nicholas, but Father Christmas comes from old myths from the lands of the Druids, and the forest people. The Victorians were Christians for sure. However, the presence of Father Christmas clearly demonstrates that even though Victorian’s  there are definite pagan roots in the Victorian Christmas trees. We have tended to blend everything all together, but actually Father Christmas is different from Santa Claus – and more exciting I think.

The Myths of Father Christmas – and the American Santa Claus have lasted through the years!

I love to interpret fables and folklore and even dreams! Even if you are not a pagan, you can appreciate the beauty of a big elf who gave gifts to all in the coldest part of the year.  If you try to interpret the  the myth of Santa Claus, you will find Father Christmas in all his manifestations. Father Christmas might be shown riding on a goat, or with a wreath of leaves. He lived where the people did,  not e far off in fairyland somewhere! .  Pagan people loved and feared nature, and those roots did not go away with the Machine Age. When Christmas came about pagan roots were forced aside, but they came out in times of celebration and custom. There was a lot of fear about the pagan beliefs, and fairies and witches were feared as well. Somehow the clever elf that is Father Christmas is survived!

Father Christmas proved that the old ways will not go away that easily! He hales from the time of Yule, and is also called Father Winter, or the Holly King, who is Celtic Winter god by Pagan people.

Father Christmas came from many Supernatural Creatures all through Europe

Thor and Tomte were Norse  gods who rode across the sky in a big chariots drawn by goats, and who gave children presents at the end of the year – much like Santa Claus and those reindeer don’t you think? . There were many Pagan folk deities from all across Europe: the Oak King that lived among the trees in the warm forests in the south, and who fell asleep when  and falls into sleep while his brother of the cold – the Holly King who was close to Father Christmas reigned over the world into fall and winter. The Holly King lived in the cold North, and could only survive there among the winter creatures. He brought his presence – and presents to the children at Yule time.

It is believed that European pagan people gave their children presents to celebrate the rebirth of the Sun, and it is not long from there to imagine a special giver of gifts that celebrated the promise of fertility, life and spring during the long harsh winters.

The Ancient myth of Father Christmas blended into the excitement of the new century to make Victorian Christmas fun!

And there was a perfect place for Father Christmas in the Victorian Christmas – as a giver of gifts for children!   Ancient pagan deities such as Befana were known as gift- giving It is hard to believe for Christmas up to the time of the Victorians had been a quiet celebration for adults. Most adults did not even get the day off, let alone spend it giving gifts to children. But when the British saw a picture of Queen Victoria and Prince Albert celebrating Christmas with their family, the idea of it becoming a family celebration spread through the England. It seemed that they mystery of Father Christmas could penetrate even the most rational Victorian mind.

Father Christmas in Victorian Times
Father Christmas in Victorian Times

 

You can still celebrate the Victorian Christmas in rare style by bringing Father Christmas into your home.

Here are some Father Christmas ornaments to decorate your gorgeous tree Victorian style. Hallmark did a whole series of Father Christmas ornaments, each unique and totally collectible. I have found other wonderful Victorian Christmas ornaments such as the Lenox Ebony visions Father Christmas that show the universality of Father Christmas.

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What a wonderful time there was to be had in Victorian England and the Continent around Christmas-time! Everything from the birth of the mechanical age to carry overs from deep pagan roots crate the fun and wonder of the Victorian Christmas.

Celebrate the Holidays with a Traditional Victorian Christmas Dinner

No holiday is complete without a lovely meal, and the Brits of Queen Victoria’s time absolutely knew this with their Victorian Christmas Dinner. Since she was the wealthiest person in Great Britain, her table would have been full of all the delicious foods the times had to offer. Meal times were a time for the wealthy to demonstrate their wealth, and this would have been even more for the holiday meal.

First of all, the kitchen of the 1800’s showed some of the influences of the time. The Queen’s food would have been produced on wooden stoves that were new to the century: the Rumford Stove made by Benjamin Thompson was the first wooden stove made, or the Queen’s servants could have been cooking on the Oberlin Stove that was patented in 1834. By the time of her death the servants could have been using the first of the gas stoves that were available. The kitchen would have been a busy place indeed as the servants may have used it for a sleeping quarter, and definitely to bathe in as it was the warmest room in the castle. By the time of the Queen’s death in 1901 the castle would have had access to running water and lighting by gas.

The Victorian Christmas Dinner is similar to what most of us have today, with some charming differences. There was a great admiration (although undoubtedly grudgingly) for French cooking, so the meal would have consisted on many courses. It might have started with a savory soup,and then progressed to the main dish. The meal would center around a large meat: roast beef, or a fowl: goose or turkey were popular. In A Christmas Carol a reformed Scrooge takes great pleasure in buying the biggest goose in the butchery for Tiny Tim and his family, and indeed the roast meat still causes joy. Just like today it would be accompanied with delicious gravy from the pan drippings and flour. There would have been vegetables, although potatoes was the most common, and there would have been fresh dinner rolls with butter and jams and jellies.

Even though Britain is infamous for its fine teas such as Yorkshire Gold, I was relieved to learn that coffee would have been served as well. Of course, Christmas is a time of libation, and a Victorian Christmas dinner would have been the perfect opportunity for that. Perhaps they would have enjoyed the Sherry Cobbler as Dickens described in Life and Adventures of Martin Chuzzlewit  “Martin took the glass with an astonished look; applied his lips to the reed; and cast up his eyes once in ecstasy. He paused no more until the goblet was drained to the last drop. ‘This wonderful invention, sir,’ said Mark, tenderly patting the empty glass, ‘is called a cobbler. Sherry Cobbler when you name it long; cobbler, when you name it short.’”

Sherry Cobbler

MAKES 1 SERVINGS

  • 1 orange wheel, plus ½ wheel for serving
  • 1 lemon wheel, plus ½ wheel for serving
  • ¾ ounce simple syrup
  • 3 ounces dry amontillado Sherry
  • Mint sprigs and a raspberry (for serving)

Preparation

Muddle 1 orange wheel, 1 lemon wheel, and simple syrup in a pint glass. Add Sherry and pour into a cocktail shaker filled with ice cubes. Cover; shake vigorously until outside is frosty, about 30 seconds.

Strain into a highball glass filled with crushed ice. Add more crushed ice, packing into glass and mounding above rim. Garnish with mint, raspberry, ½ orange wheel, and ½ lemon wheel.

Or maybe they drank my favorite

Christmas eggnog

  • 2cups whipping cream
  • 1 cup half and half
  • 6 large egg yolks
  • 12  cup sugar
  • 1 tsp nutmeg
  • 6 tablespoons
  • additional ground nutmeg

Directions

  1. Bring cream and half and half to simmer in large saucepan. Whisk yolks and sugar in large bowl to blend. Gradually whisk hot cream mixture into yolk mixture. Return mixture to same saucepan. Stir over medium-low heat until mixture thickens and leaves path on back of spoon when finger is drawn across, about 4 minutes (do not boil). Strain into bowl. Stir in nutmeg. Cool slightly. (Can be made 1 day ahead, Cover and chill. If desired, rewarm over low heat stirring occasionally, before continuing).
  2. Divide warm or cold mixture amount 6 cups or glasses. Stir 1 tablespoon sherry into each. Sprinkle additional nutmeg over each and serve.

After the meal would come out the grande finale: the Christmas plum pudding. I found a wonderful plum pudding from James Beard, and learned that it had been customary to make this one year ahead and let the flavors mellow. Also in a ordinary family (I don’t know about one that had the Queen as a member) every member would need to stir the pudding at least once for good luck.

SUPERB ENGLISH PLUM PUDDING

Fruit Mixture (To be made 4 days ahead)

  • 1 pound seedless raisins
  • 1 pound sultana raisins
  • 1/2 pound currants
  • 1 cup thinly sliced citron
  • 1 cup chopped candied peel
  • 1 teaspoon cinnamon
  • 1/2 teaspoon mace
  • 1/2 teaspoon nutmeg
  • 1/4 teaspoon ground cloves
  • 1/4 teaspoon allspice
  • 1/4 teaspoon freshly ground black pepper
  • 1 pound finely chopped suet – powdery fine
  • 1 1/4 cups cognac

 

Pudding

  • 1 1/4 pounds (approximately) fresh bread crumbs
  • 1 cup scalded milk
  • 1 cup sherry or port
  • 12 eggs, well beaten
  • 1 cup sugar
  • 1 teaspoon salt
  • Cognac

Preparation

    1. Blend the fruits, citron, peel, spices and suet and place in a bowl or jar. Add 1/4 cup cognac, cover tightly and refrigerate for 4 days, adding 1/4 cup cognac each day.
    2. Soak the bread crumbs in milk and sherry or port. Combine the well-beaten eggs and sugar. Blend with the fruit mixture. Add salt and mix thoroughly. Put the pudding in buttered bowls or tins, filling them about 2/3 full. Cover with foil and tie it firmly. Steam for 6-7 hours. Uncover and place in a 250°F. oven for 30 minutes. Add a dash of cognac to each pudding, cover with foil and keep in a cool place.
    3. To use, steam again for 2-3 hours and unmold. Sprinkle with sugar; add heated cognac. Ignite and bring to the table. Serve with hard sauce or cognac sauce.

When everything was served it would have been a grand spectacle. The Victorian Christmas dinner would have been served on all the finest china, using all the best silverware.

The Victorian Christmas dinner would be a memorable and beautiful way to celebrate the season, as all of our Christmas dinners should be.

These quality items will help you enjoy a Christmas dinner Victorian style:

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Thomas Kinkade Victorian Christmas Jigsaw Puzzles

Thomas Kinkade – “the painter of light” was certainly not a Victorian, but the romanticism of the Victorian Christmas times captured his imagination. These British winter holiday scenes shine with the Kinkade glow.

I love jigsaw puzzles, and I think Christmas time is a wonderful time to enjoy them as a family activity.

I think these Victorian Christmas themed jigsaw puzzles by Thomas Kinkade are perfect for family memories.

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