Advent Calendar Round-Up
Thanksgiving has passed, and it’s now socially acceptable to begin the count down to Christmas. But let’s be honest, you’ve secretly been waiting for at least a month. One of the best ways to celebrate the most festive month of the year is with an Advent calendar. Instead of buying a generic version at the grocery store, craft your own calendar,and put it on display. I’ve pulled together a list of 15 of my favorite DIY Advent Calendars to inspire you.
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How fun is this bright, modern calendar?
I love how just pulling together odds and ends from the house could turn into such a cheerful calendar!
I’m a sucker for pallet art, which is probably why I’m drawn to this minimalist wood calendar with big impact.
I love the simplicity of this woodland calendar. Even better, it’s made from a basic shoe organizer that can be used for storage the rest of the year!
I’m smitten with this charming Advent village made of cardboard! Just download the free files to make this with your cutting machine.
This sweet and simple blush calendar is such a beautiful decor piece.
Even the most awkward crafter could pull of this adorable cone Advent calendar. I love the non-traditional Christmas colors used here!
My kids would flip if I put together a treasure tree like this countdown calendar.
How fun is this balloon ornament idea? My kids would fight over whose turn it was to pop the next ornament!
Of course, I’m also partial to this felt Christmas Tree Advent calendar.
Love this idea for a DIY calendar the kids can make using colorful paper crafts.
Since I’m a big fan of chalkboard decor, it probably doesn’t surprise you that I am also a big fan of this countdown calendar.
It doesn’t get any more simple than this. I adore the idea of using mini socks and clothespins…
How about this colorful punch out countdown using upcycled tissue paper tubes?
This countdown is two of my favorite things: easy and inexpensive!
Do you count down to Christmas with an Advent Calendar? I’d love to hear about yours in the comments below!