Top Ten Advent Calendars

Half of the fun of a vacation, holiday, or other event is in the anticipation. Thinking of how much fun you’re going to have is a boost for your mental health as much as actually having fun. So, advent calendars are a great way to help you and your family savor the holiday season! Whether you choose to fill your calendar with treats, activities, or tree decorations, here are 10 creative advent calendars to make a festive Christmas tradition.

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Creative Advent Calendar Ideas via Remodelaholic


10 Advent Calendars to Savor the Season

cardboard and toilet paper roll advent calendar, Morning Creativity via RemodelaholicCardboard and Toilet Paper Tube Advent Calendar | Morning Creativity

easy picture frame and paper tag advent calendar, Southern LovelyEasy Picture Frame Advent Calendar | Southern Lovely

simple yarn wreath and paper pocket advent calendar, Dandee Designs via RemodelaholcSimple Yarn Wreath and Clothespin Tag Advent Calendar | Dandee Designs

santa hat advent calendar garland, Better Homes and Gardens via RemodelaholicSanta Hat Advent Calendar | Better Homes and Gardens

recycled tin can advent calendar, Skip To My Lou via RemodelaholicBranch and Recycled Tin Can Advent Calendar | Skip To My Lou

pinboard and tree ornament advent calendar, Bower Power via RemodelaholicPottery Barn Inspired Pinboard and Christmas Ornament Advent Calendar | Bower Power

paper wall pocket printable advent calendar, The Painted Hive via RemodelaholicPrintable Wall Pocket Advent Calendar | The Painted Hive

paper tree advent calendar, Pink Suede Shoe via RemodelaholicPaper Christmas Tree Advent Calendar | Pink Suede Shoe

pallet wood christmas tree advent calendar, A Beautiful Mess via RemodelaholicPallet Wood Christmas Tree Advent Calendar | A Beautiful Mess

envelope advent calendar, Few Things From My Life via RemodelaholicEasy Envelope Advent Calendar | A Few Things From My Life

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11-8 card catalog from cd cabinet, Pneumatic AddictCD Storage Turned Card Catalog | Pneumatic Addict Furniture
(you may remember Elisha from when she taught us how to make this great tufted headboard!)

11-8 fall leaf sharpie plate, Tiny SidekickFall Leaf Silhouette Sharpie Plate | Tiny Sidekick

11-8 tiny bedroom tour, Hello Little HomeTiny Apartment Bedroom Tour | Hello Little Home

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Lorene has been behind the scenes here at Remodelaholic for more than a decade! She believes that planning projects and actually completing them are two different hobbies, but that doesn't stop her from planning at least a dozen projects at any given time. She spends her free time creating memories with her husband and 5 kids, traveling as far as she can afford, and partaking of books in any form available.

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  1. Thank you so much for featuring my bedroom tour! What a nice surprise:) I love the advent calendar roundup. I’ve wanted to make one for a while, and there are some really great ideas here!

  2. Thanks for another great party and thanks for the tweet about my post last week! I love all of the advent calendar ideas. My mom gave me a beautiful one years ago and I love it, but the drawers are so small it’s hard to fit anything inside! Plus, I was looking for a more creative idea this year, especially since the kids are teens and I wanted to something more meaningful! Pinning and making one of them…those envelopes caught my eye! Have a super week!

  3. I like that “wooden christmas tree” (sounds funny) – I´m thinking about that one for my new born (thus for my girlfriend and me ;)). But I should hurry, there´s not much time left I think…

    Anyway, thanks for sharing these calendars, I think most of them are great!