A fun Grandpa Norwegian style troll.
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How to Use the Troll Charm
The Trolls bring good luck to people who possess them so they can be bought and given as gifts, or bought by someone who wants to bring a bit of luck into their life. The Trolls should be displayed in the house, building or car where the person wants good luck or can be carried around. Once the Troll has arrived in the place where good luck is wanted, Norwegians believe that it then takes the time for the sun to rise and set twice before the luck happens. So don’t expect instant good luck when a Troll arrives in your life!
How the Troll Charm Is Made
The legend of Trolls is that they are forest creatures. Obviously, people cannot go out and catch these mythical beings so instead, they are often handmade or carved using a variety of materials. Authentic Norwegian Trolls will usually be very detailed and will only have four fingers. They often have a cow looking tail and rather large noses.
Interesting and Fun Facts About the Troll Charm
- There are lots of places in Norway that are named after Trolls such as Trold-Tindtern, which translates as Troll Peaks, and Trolltunga which translates as Troll’s Tongue.
- Some people believe that trolls are evil and that they don’t bring any good luck.
- Some legends say that Trolls prefer to work their magic in private and so they should be placed in a private area where no visitors or guests can see them otherwise they will not bring good luck!