I always loved Advent calendars growing up. While 25 days seemed like a long time to have to wait until Christmas, the chocolate inside each day’s window made the wait a little more bearable. Recently I’ve been seeing all kind of Advent calendars for adults that are filled with things like tiny soaps and makeup. Don’t get me wrong, it’s a fun idea, but ending up with 25 small shower gels at the end of the month is a little much. Fortunately, there’s one tiny thing you can never have too many of, and that would be Christmas ornaments! No matter how many you collect, you can just hang them on the tree and they’re out of the way. To give you all the fun of an Advent calendar with none of the clutter, today I’m bringing you 25 scrapbuster DIY ornaments to last you all month long! You can get started early and open them all right away (like we all sometimes did with the chocolate calendars, let’s be honest) or you can make one each day of the month of December. I hope your holiday season is as fun and festive as these adorable ornaments!
What are your holiday plans?
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