Linen Apron with Blue Stripe

By Nana Huchy 100% Linen Apron

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Close your eyes and imagine running an adorably chic, but small cafe in the heart of Paris. Its summer and all the doors and windows are open to let in the Parisian breeze. Youre seating locals and tourists alike, at least when you're not whipping up delicious dishes to serve to your patrons. Youre wearing a blue striped, linen apron.

Now you can have a chic, but functional French-style apron for use in your own home. Our Blue Stripe Linen Apron keeps you cool in the kitchen, while keeping your clothing free of splatters, spills, and undesirable stains. Its 100% linen, washable, and stylish, making it a great addition to any home kitchen.

Give this linen apron as a Christmas, birthday, or housewarming gift to budding chefs, homemakers, and foodies. And to complete the Parisian daydream, pair this apron with Margaret Fultons Baking Classics and the 5-piece Baking Set by Rosti Mepal. Your talented foodie friends and family will be creating delicious dishes in no time!

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Check Out Some International Christmas Traditions You Could Implement This Year!

Christmas is a magical time of year all over the world. Christmas presents are bought, wrapped, and given. With a variety of brightly coloured wrapped Christmas presents sitting proudly under the Christmas tree. Holiday traditions are made and celebrated. Families come together to spend the season eating, drinking, and being merry. So, if you are looking for some new traditions to add to your holiday season, you might consider looking to some other countries.

How Do You Celebrate Like an American?

Since America is a melting pot of several cultures, you are likely to find a multitude of different Christmas customs. But there are some holiday traditions as American as apple pie. If you want to celebrate Christmas with a traditional meal, roast or deep fry a turkey. And do not forget the yeast rolls and cranberry sauce. These are usually accompanied with sides such as sweet potato casserole and pumpkin pie.

Americans sometimes celebrate Christmas by making popcorn strands for the Christmas tree. To make popcorn strands, pop unbuttered popcorn. After it cools, take a threaded needle and begin to gently thread the popcorn pieces onto the string. You can make the strands as long or as short as you'd like. When you’re done, gently hang the strands on the tree.

It is also common for Americans to throw a White Elephant when exchanging Christmas presents with friends and co-workers.

What Are Some Great Christmas Traditions from the United Kingdom?

Like Americans, a traditional Christmas meal often consists of a roast turkey. With your turkey, you will usually serve parsnips, carrots, or Brussel sprouts. Finish the meal with a Christmas pudding, which is often plum pudding with brandy butter or brandy sauce.

When welcoming Santa in the United Kingdom, leave out a few mince meat pies and some brandy on Christmas Eve. He will be jolly in no time!

For the anglophile in your family, consider giving him or her a gift hamper featuring a delicious Scotch whiskey, a box of English tea, or Union Jack cufflinks.

And What Do Kiwis Have Going on During the Christmas Season?

Like Australia, New Zealand celebrates Christmas in the middle of summer. So on Christmas day, many Kiwis like to hold a barbecue. During this barbecue, you should grill ham, venison, shrimp, and other fish. And for a traditional Christmas dessert, serve a pavlova with fresh berries or a hot fruit pudding with ice cream.

But before you get to grilling, open up your Christmas presents on Christmas morning or just before lunch on Christmas Day.

How Do You Celebrate Christmas?

Whether you are combining two cultures for Christmas celebrations, want to start some new traditions, or are just curious, you cannot go wrong looking toward other cultures. Change up when and how you give Christmas presents, or consider trying a new dish for the Christmas dinner.

Of course, you can also take full advantage of the Christmas present ideas available at Everything but Flowers. We have suitable Christmas present ideas for men, women, and children, so you can get good Christmas presents for friends and family without trouble.

Everything but Flowers went looking for some of the finest Christmas present ideas for 2018! Of course, our range of Christmas present ideas also includes some of our classics, which customers can rely on to ensure they have good Christmas presents without knowing the personal preferences of their recipient.

Do you need some help finding the right Christmas present ideas for your recipient? Or do you have questions about our gift wrapping service for good Christmas presents? Do not hesitate to contact Everything but Flowers for more information.