by lhart 01 Dec 2020

I would like to make a thankyou gift for my friend, she is Dutch. I wanted to write Merry Christmas in Dutch. Does anyone know if "Vrolijk Kerstfeest" says Merry Christmas? Just a double check before I stitch it out. Thanks


by mops Moderator 02 Dec 2020

I am Dutch and you are right. Alternatives would be: 'Prettige Kerstdagen' or for Roman Catholics 'Zalig Kerstfeest'

gerryvb by gerryvb 02 Dec 2020

and so it is, ( zo is het)

lhart by lhart 02 Dec 2020

Many Thanks

zoefzoef by zoefzoef 03 Dec 2020

fully agree (Belguim)

by crafter2243 Moderator 01 Dec 2020

I goggled it and you are right. It means Merry Christmas. I do not know the the Dutch language so if you want to wait till one of the Cuties from that part of the world chimes in to make sure that's OK 😊

mops by mops 02 Dec 2020

In this case Google is right. But you are right not to trust it completely.

lhart by lhart 02 Dec 2020

My thoughts exactly, thank you