THE CHRISTMAS ISSUE
tweentown for tweens and teens MADE BY EDITOR IN CHIEF Anya Nøddebo Jensen ART DIRECTOR Anya Nøddebo Jensen PHOTOGRAPHY & STYLING Anya Nøddebo Jensen If you have any questions, suggestions or just fancy a chat, please contact me on firstname.lastname@example.org You can also find us here WWW.SIMPLYDANISHLIVING.COM IF you want to be a contributor, a model, a writer, or maybe our 'meet a tween' please write to us email@example.com
A christmas CAROL
SHOP until you DROP
Waiting for CHRISTMAS
How to make your Christmas a bit GREENER
In between SHOPPING
welcome to the
tweentown Christmas mini-magazine
Tweentown magazine started right here, 2 years and 6 issues ago. We have grown with rapid speed, and are soo proud that more than 40.000 of you read the latest AW19 issue. It is fantastic!! THANKS so much for your continued support of Tweentown. We love sharing tween stuff with you, as well as the coolest clothes and all the things that you need to know if you have a tween, you are a tween or even a young teen. The coming issues of Tweentown will focus on more articles, more clothes, and more advice to the t(w)eens and also their parents. Lots goes on in the mind of a young adult. We will make sure we focus on all of these issues and much more - as well as bringing you loads of continued inspiration. You can also follow along on Instagram & Facebook. I hope you will find something here for you. Thanks so much for stopping by and we wish you all a
MERRY CHRISTMAS and a HAPPY NEW YEAR. See you in 2020. XOXO Anya & the Tweentown girls
ALL I WANT FOR
christmas IS ...
A CHRISTMAS carol
Holly wears: Dress: 'EmmyLou' - Soft Gallery Top: 'Edina' - Soft Gallery Glasses: 'Portal' Goose & Dust
Audrey wears: Skirt: 'Dixie' - Soft Gallery Shirt: 'Jenna' Soft Gallery Ski Vest - Wander&Wonder
SHOP unti l you drop
Chri stmas Gifts and stocking filler s
VA N S old Skool shoes Rose Gold
P O L A R O I D 'One step' camera
L Backpack yellow STICKY LEMON
Spot dress orange LO N G L I V E T H E Q U E E N
Undies - 7 days STELLA MCCARTNEY
9 F U J I 'Instax mini printer
'Le Maxi' gel manicure set LE MINI MACARON
Lovebox 'Red Barnet x S T I N E A 2019''
15 Old School sweater PIUPIUCHICK
'Lea' pink crossbody bag SKINNYDIP
Pink rollerskates IMPALA
Morgan bag LES COYOTES DE PARIS
Day off jelle beanie hat SIMPLE KIDS
My jewelry workshop LA PETITE Ã&#x2030;PICERIE
A Funk bluetooth speaker KREAFUNK
Cognac lace boots ANGULUS
SHOPPING for the big event
Audrey wears: Shir t 'Tilde' Soft Gallery Skir t 'Fern' Soft Gallery Boots: 'Gazelle' Ugg
Holly wears: Red Shir t - Christina Rohde Beautiful red Christmas skir t Christina Rohde Boots 'Rose' Ugg Glasses 'Por tal' Goose and dust
HOW TO HAVE A GREENER CHRISTMAS Finally, the the reality we are also starts with dren.
World is waking up to of climate change, and realising that the change us - more importantly our chil-
The Tweentown girls had a long chat about what they thought we could do to minimize waste at Christmas.
Give people gifts that are homemade, or even I.O.U's like helping to cook dinner, doing the washing up, folding clothes, etc. Homemade gifts are always a good idea.
Upcycle or regift things that are perfectly cool, but maybe not for you. There are loads of fleamarkets and even apps where you can sell your stuff.
Go easy on the glitter, tinsel, straws, sello tape, and other things that are made of p.l.a.s.t.i.c - not good and not green.
Use recycled gift paper & ribbon. We have a box at home filled with stunning ribbons - all recycled from presents received. We also reuse wrapping paper if it isn't torn or ripped.
Candles are impor tant for creating good old hygge - so choose eco friendly candles made by beeswax or soywax much better for you and the envirronment. Or buy electric lights - they still bring the Christmas sparkle to you.
When creating the 'hyggelige' Christmas mood indoors, go outside in the garden, and find natural elements like fir, pinecones, holly, branches, and berries, and create the cozy atmosphere like that.
Donate toys, accessories and clothes to charities that help those who need Christmas aid. Many places accept donations, and some even have specific lists of wishes from the children.
When buying food, shop in farmers markets or local shops, so you can avoid all the excessive plastic wrapping. Also make sure that you buy as much organic and sustainable food as you can.
Buy a real Christmas tree - not a plastic tinsel tree. When you are done with it - use it for bonfires or in your your fireplace.
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In between shopping
Audrey wears: Beautiful red Christmas dress -Christina Rohde Skir t 'Fern' - Soft Gallery
MAY YOUR CHRISTMAS BE SPARKLY BRIGHT