The game you describe is almost certainly "Kubb". Doing a Google
search for "kubb game" (://www.google.com/search?q=kubb+game) will
provide you with a list of relevant web sites, such as
http://www.frojel.com/Documents/Games1.html (a description of playing
equipment and rules) and http://www.vmkubb.com/~eweb/vakueng.htm (the
home page of the Kubb World Championships).
You can order a Kubb game from several web sites. You did not mention
where you live, so I have listed Kubb resellers in a few different
countries. The stated prices are inclusive of shipping to the
http://www.gardengames.com/Order_kubbx.htm (Sweden: 60 , 60 US$ or 40
http://www.nickys-nursery.co.uk/seeds/pages/garden-games15.htm (UK: 45
http://www.terrifictoy.com/store/kubb.html (USA: 103 US$)
http://kubb-spiel.de/eng/ (Germany: 37 )
http://www.kubb.com.au/order_kubb_here.htm (Australia: 120-140 AUS$)
The first site (gardengames.com) offers worldwide shipping at no extra
cost. The sites does not state whether they have Kubb games in stock,
you should mail or call the seller you prefer and ask if they will be
able to provide you with a game before Christmas.
Alternatively, you will probably be able to make an inexpensive Kubb
game yourself if you have access to some basic carpenter tools and
By the way, most of the Kubb sites on the net suggest that Kubb is a
Swedish game. Even though I am a Norwegian myself, I have no reason
to contest this - the game seems to have much richer traditions in
Sweden than in Norway.
I believe this answers your question - if it does, please feel free to
give it a rating. If not, please ask for an answer clarification.