Young or old, everyone has a bucket list of their own. Christmas is the perfect to fulfill some of those items in the list. Marking down days filled with fun is one thing, but having a personalized calendar telling the entire family of what kind of day awaits them, that there is something else all over.

DIY Advent Calendar


Be it scripture, toys or treats, or all of them, the wonders of the holidays are countless—that’s why there’s 31 days for it. Fill all the days of Christmas with fun, love and faith.

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Our Countdown To Christmas


Make more sweet memories with this sweet creation. Inside each day are treats of different kinds. Kids will go crazy for this, so be warned.

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Christmas Advent Calendar Wall Chart


Count the days down and be crafty while you’re at it. A simple yet classy wall chart made of artsy stuff is very difficult to not stare at, I tell you.

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Gifts Advent Calendar


A days counter that doubles as a Christmas gift is an idea only a genius would think of. Make the gifts vary from chocolates to accessories, or from candies and maybe even jewelry.

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Wall Mounted Advent Calendar


No space will ever be wasted with this cross between a Christmas tree and an Advent calendar. The satchels of course must contain treats for the kids who will be more willing to count the days down.

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Preparing for the Big Countdown


As the name suggests, with this advent calendar, you will not only be prepared, but also super excited with the assortment of presents from each day.

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Pottery Barn Inspired Advent Calendar


Share your love and joy with the entire family with this crafty advent calendar. Each pot doesn’t only contain treats or gifts, but tokens and charms that embody the spirit of the holidays.

Via: David and Caroline Parker

Mason Jar Advent Calendar


Not all calendars hang on the wall, this one sticks close to the ground. With multiple purposes like an unexpected yard decoration, or a front door ornament, or a cluster of Christmas lanterns—this one is a sure keeper

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Chalkboard Advent Calendar


Start the holiday cheers proper and fun. Give your children a refresher on the shapes forms of Christmas. No treats, no toys, not even gifts. Just plain things that altogether spell a meaningful season.

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Fun Numbers Advent Calendar


Welcome the first day of the December in a funky atmosphere that’s all contagious throughout the entire winter. With a bright red background, the random bold numbers and magnets to all eyes.

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The Merry Thoughts Advent Calendar


This project not only counts down the days but also looks back on the past ones that are full of good memories. The perfect way to feel thankful with all the great things that have happened so far.

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Twinkling Advent Calendar


Simply a bright idea in any angle you look at it. The lights at the back casts a spell to eyes but you still spend two minutes in front of it nonetheless.

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Creative Advent Calendar


Turn heads to this corner of the house with this eye catching Christmas tree Advent calendar. Each day (or can) has a special treat or gift that can build your excitement and maybe your appetite.

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Mini Tree Advent Calendar


Take matters in your own hands—literally. With little boxes secretly filled with presents and treats, this Advent will be the one that will be the most memorable.

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Advent Calendar No. 3


Simple, small and subtle, what else can you ask for an advent calendar? Counting the holidays down can never get as elegant as this golden stars counter with a royal blue backdrop.


12 Days of Christmas Advent Calendar


Life’s festive all over especially with an Advent calendar like this that screams of surprises and celebrations everywhere.

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House-shaped Favor Bags


Easy to make yet fanciful enough to impress any of your guests. Each bag contains scriptures, inspirational quotes or just questions you want to ask to Santa.

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Christmas Project: Advent Calendar


Welcome the season with eco-friendliness by recycling used cans and turn them into a super creative Advent calendar. Fill the cans with candies of different flavours and count down the days in style.

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Christmas Stockings Advent Calendar


This one, you might want to devote a month to make. This hand-sewn calendar is nothing but special, but what really seals the deal is that you can use this for the next three year to come.

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Christmas Advent Jar


Not a candy jar, but the contents are equally sweet. The counters are mini Holy Bibles (Yes. You can read it), and once the jar is finally empty, this signals you’ve done your job as our Lord’s servant.

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Craft Stick Advent Calendar with Origami Boxes


With a candy placed inside, what child wouldn’t want to celebrate the holiday season? But this Advent calendar has treats for grown-ups as well, a simple note in each box about the spirit of Christmas.

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25 Acts of Random Kindness


Love is the reason why there is Christmas in the first place. Let this Advent calendar count your selfless acts to your brothers and sisters.

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Christmas Greetings Advent Calendar


Let this side of the house bring a unique kind of smile that Christmas greeting counters can do. This project can be done even late November since it’s easy and not that costly.

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Bucket Advent Calendar


Make the biggest lasting impression from your guests with this golden bucket holiday counter. Looks complex, but this calendar is easy to craft.

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PVC Pipe Advent Calendar


Slide off the traditional and try this modern take of an Advent calendar. Nothing fancy with this counter. Just the color red and numbers.

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Paper Cup Reindeer Advent Calendar


Cute and funny stuff will always find its way to your home so go ahead and give them the job of counting down the days of the holidays.

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Felt Advent Banner


Works just like a calendar only, this one doubles as a part of the house’s decor.

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Joulukalenteri Advent Calendar


A wreath that thinks it’s a calendar, or is it the other way around? Either way is one cute project with the kids.

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Holiday Advent Calendar


Doing it on a frame treatment just makes this calendar more posh than it already is. Looks like the start of a family tradition right?

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Mini Muffin Tin Advent Calendar


From the colors to the texts, everything that is Christmas is present on this one. Plus this is mostly used tin cans decorated with printables.

Via: The Happy Scraps

Christmas Chalkboard Countdown


This is a nice way to get the kids involved with the preparations. Seeming simple yet this one project can become the best memory you’ll have as yet.

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Toilet Paper Roll Christmas Calendar


Looking at this Advent calendar reminds me of the days my parents used to tell me that all things have a purpose…even throwaways can become decorative and functional.

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Library Pocket Advent Calendar


The pockets don’t have anything in them. As the holidays wane, place a small note inside that tells the story of that day.

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Advent Calendar for Christmas


Christmas can appear in many shapes you never thought it would have. Like this wreath that counts the days before our Lord celebrates his birthday.

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Wooden Advent Calendar with Stocking


Definitely your kid’s newest favourite spot in the house since they know each stocking is hiding something special inside them

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