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Reusable Advent calendars

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Maybee Fri 19-Nov-10 21:06:55

Wher can I get reasonably priced advent calendars that I can fill with trinkets and use again next year? Like felt or wooden ones. Ideas anyone?

nancy75 Fri 19-Nov-10 21:12:19

marks and spencer did them last year, i haven't looked this year but they probably will do them again.

AttillaTheHan Fri 19-Nov-10 21:13:52

I got one in ALdi this week for £7. Quite nice red and green felt with Santa on the front.

sooz28 Fri 19-Nov-10 21:15:52

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blueberryboybait Fri 19-Nov-10 21:26:31

I got one with pockets from Aldi and I they also do 24 little stockings/pockets on a ribbon. About £7 each.

DomesticGoddessInTraining Fri 19-Nov-10 22:10:19

Lakeland have a wooden truck which is now reduced to £14.99.

posey Fri 19-Nov-10 22:13:30

Not sure if you have a Butlers shop near you but they do some fab ones. Wooden Christmas tree which is made up of a load of drawers to put small presents in.

mylifewithstrangers Fri 19-Nov-10 22:14:02

I've just bought this one, and it is beautiful. It comes with little gifts for the pockets to put on the tree, but each pocket is also big enough for another small sweet or something. I'll put the odd choc in, but mostly the pockets will have a promise in like 'Daddy will play trains' or 'Help Mummy bake biscuits' etc.

Maybee Sun 21-Nov-10 22:34:20

Thanks for great ideas all they look fab my life

nikki1978 Mon 22-Nov-10 10:16:52

I have this one which is not expensive and is made of good quality card and has a new piece to put in every day (star, shepherd etc)

www.phoenix-trading.co.uk/web/corp/Store.php?bid=0 6743236849097e611b40a8525097aa67ddfff7e&a=11&set=M AIN&cat=227&search=false&sortorder=1&itemsperpage= 12&closeup=ADV15

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