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Handmade Christmas Advent Calendars, a great alternative to store bought calendars. Get inspired and create your own with these great tutorials and how-tos.

Christmas Pennant Advent Calendar. From creator: "This calendar is designed to look like festive holiday bunting, but each of the 25 pennant triangles is a fully lined, button enclosed pouch, perfect for small presents or candy. The advent calendar comes in a set of two buntings that are each approximately 9' long and can be strung along a wall, chair rail, mantel or even wrapped around the Christmas tree."

Making this advent calendar for the girls next year and fill each box with a little craft for each girl

this would be cute as an advent/countdown to Christmas, filling with handmade candy, scriptures to read, service ideas, or activities, love notes, etc.

Another cute countdown. Activities include: Make hot chocolate and stir with candy canes Make a treat and take it to a friend Watch a christmas movie and eat popcorn Go out for a Christmas treat Do something nice for someone Drive around and look for Christmas lights //Can't wait to do this stuff with my twin angels

advent calender. This is fun! I could sew up the stars and put them on the tree. Put an activity in each one. Use paper bags to make...

Grinch-themed Advent calendar out of a shoe organizer! Each day has a prize and a new piece of the Grinch story, and the Grinch himself keeps track of what day you're on. Learn how to make this or customize it with any Christmas story here: www.chicaandjo.co... Not big on the Grinch but love the idea!

Am pinning this pic. But this whole site has wonderful ideas... Check out the homemade ornaments

Clever advent calendar for bookworms. One children's Christmas book per day. (via MerMag)