Ideas for creating the advent calendar

Christmas is one of the most beautiful and happy times for children.

One of the nicest ways to celebrate this time of year with the little ones is to create an advent calendar. Making an advent calendar is very simple, you just need to use a little imagination and get help from parents.

It is true that in stores and online sites you can find beautiful ready-to-use advent calendars but creating one is certainly a more fun and engaging solution for children and also for adults.

How to do it? Here are some ideas to take inspiration from for a DIY advent calendar.

How to create the advent calendar
The easiest way to create an advent calendar is to use paper bags and then hang them with threads and clothespins. Another way is to glue small paper bags on very large sheets of cardboard and then hang them on the wall.
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Use small gift packs
For a beautiful advent calendar, an easy way to create it is to buy small packages, number them from 1 to 24 and then hang them on a wall at home. Every day it will be fun to know what is hidden inside each package.
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Cardboard and scissors
With the help of an adult, the advent calendar can be created in a really simple way. Just take a large sheet of cardboard and glue on it 24 sheets of paper cut in the same format thanks to a scissors (glue only the top, you can also use adhesive tape). Every day the child will have to lift a piece of paper to find out what is written under it.
What to put in the advent calendar
The advent calendar should start from December 1 and last until December 24. In each bag you can insert small objects, drawings, sweets, funny phrases. In short, everything you want.
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The shape of the advent calendar
The advent calendar can have the shape you want. Among those suggested: the classic rectangular calendar, the snowman or the Christmas tree, to stay on the theme of Christmas parties.
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