Is your child already anxious to begin preparations for the winter holidays and to wait for Santa Claus properly? Sweeten a little the wait! Take along a particular calendar in which to pass the days left until Christmas, when your kid will enjoy gifts and beautiful moments spent with your family. Here are some interesting ideas for calendars, starting on 1 December and until 25th when Santa visits the house and brings with him not only gifts, but also the spirit and joy of the holidays!
1. DIY Magnetic Advent Calendar
I placed it first because it’s my favorite. It contains a surprise each day in the tin. It’s cute simple and super fun to do with kids. See the tutorial via makoodle
2. DIY Little Tubes Christmas Calendar
Fill the tube with a piece of paper where you have written a great quote, to read it each day until Christmas or put a candy in it. See the supplies and tutorial via consumer crafts.
3. DIY Upcycled Toilet Paper Roll Advent Calendar
For this special calendar you will need to upcycle toilet paper rolls. Add any decoration you want. Check out for the full tutorial via North Story.
4. Toilet Paper Roll Advent Calendar
Or you can use the paper roll in this way if you don’t like the first option presented. Check out the details and tutorial via Mindy Pitcher.
5. House Christmas Calendar
If you think that using paper roll is not a good idea to make a Christmas calendar maybe you should take a look at this Calendar: Get the instructions via morning creativity.
6. Paper Envelope Christmas Advent Calendar
From all calendar this one looks really magic. It takes some time to do it but it looks clean, smooth and nice. DIY instructions via few things from my life.
7. Wall Mounted
Hide candies or small gifts for your kids to make the days go by faster. Easy steps to make it via the diy dreamer.
8. DIY Free Santa
Now this is something I call funny and fun. Print the image and add cotton wool balls for every day. See the easy tutorial via tomfo.
9. Wood Advent Calendar
It takes some money and time to make it but you’re gonna love it. It’s not something you see every day. FREE Printables via shanty-2-chic.
10. KISSmas Tree
A red kissmas tree is something that expresses joy and love. More info on iheartnaptime.net
11. Wood and Tin Can
Buy a piece of wood and some tin canes and start building the tree. Tutorial via Sugar and Charm.
12. Candy Chain
If you have too many candies make a chain and eat one a day until Christmas. See more details via Landee See Landee Do.
13. Punch-out Advent
Place some candies, mini sweets or small toys inside and let your kid bring joy at home. Tutorial via parents.
14. Goodie Bags
If you think this is easier for you use the small bags and fill them with goodies. Via lets lasso the moon.
15. DIY Holiday
This takes some time to make it but it’s something that you’re going to keep for years. It’s wonderful! See the tutorial via home depot.
16. Easy No Sew Burlap
Now this is something magical and the best part is that you don’t have to sew anything to achieve this beauty. Tutorial via Finding Home Farms.