3D paper Christmas decorations from Fabulous Goose

December 7, 2016

3D paper Christmas decorations from Fabulous Goose | These Four Walls blog

I recently stumbled across a new collection of beautiful 3D paper Christmas decorations from Scandinavian homeware company Fabulous Goose, and I couldn’t resist sharing a few photos.

The result of a collaboration between Fabulous Goose founder Valentina Albæk and Danish paper artist Theresa Jessing, the range adds a contemporary twist to timeless Christmas shapes. There are fir trees, pine cones and mistletoe in a variety of colours and sizes, all available as flat-packed pre-cut kits which take less than 15 minutes to assemble. They look fantastic hung in clusters from windows, ceilings and branches, or grouped together as table centrepieces.

3D paper Christmas decorations from Fabulous Goose | These Four Walls blog

3D paper Christmas decorations from Fabulous Goose | These Four Walls blog

3D paper Christmas decorations from Fabulous Goose | These Four Walls blog

3D paper Christmas decorations from Fabulous Goose | These Four Walls blog

3D paper Christmas decorations from Fabulous Goose | These Four Walls blog

3D paper Christmas decorations from Fabulous Goose | These Four Walls blog

3D paper Christmas decorations from Fabulous Goose | These Four Walls blog

The kits are made in Denmark from environmentally certified paper and available for international delivery. Everything you need is included (you don’t even require scissors) and prices start at €22.50, which is pretty good value considering the decorations can be folded away and reused year after year.

Just head over to Fabulous Goose to browse the full collection.

Photography via Fabulous Goose

2 thoughts on “3D paper Christmas decorations from Fabulous Goose

  1. Jane

    These are gorgeous decorations for Christmas. They’re such a fresh and modern take on classic decorations, yet still maintain a very festive seasonal feel. They work in so well with the crisp white and neutral colour scheme of the room too!

    1. Abi Post author

      They’re wonderful aren’t they? Contemporary yet timeless. I’d love to treat myself to a cluster for a window or table!

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