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teeny things to put in advent calender

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muddleduck Thu 09-Oct-08 16:14:50

I bought one of those wooden ones with small drawers in the january sale.

What can I put in them other than chocolate?
Stickers is all I can think of that will fit.

the dss are 3 and 1

ta

GreatGooglyMoogly Thu 09-Oct-08 16:18:09

Christmas tree decorations
Little People/ Playmobil people

magicofchristmas Thu 09-Oct-08 16:25:46

stickers
marbles (3yr old)
sweetie

Some toy shops have pocket money counters that has little nik naks, you may find somethings in there.

magicofchristmas Thu 09-Oct-08 16:26:28

small farm animals

TigerFeet Thu 09-Oct-08 16:28:01

<<bookmarks thread>>

We have one with pockets. Last year we put choc in and dd flew into a rage when she was told she could only have one every day! Too little to understand then, hopefully this year she'll get it grin

GreatGooglyMoogly Thu 09-Oct-08 16:29:16

Spinning top

wheresthehamster Thu 09-Oct-08 16:33:33

those flannels that expand
key-ring
eraser
small pencil sharpener
badges

Although I don't know for the 1 year old

boogeek Thu 09-Oct-08 16:35:18

DH went to Germany on business last November (he is useful sometimes) and managed to get to a Christmas market, where he bought lots of small wooden tree ornaments - we put one in each pocket and had some tasteful branches in a vase for DD to hang them on. Looked great and she really enjoyed it!

Saturn74 Thu 09-Oct-08 16:37:42

lego keyrings - we used to buy them from ebay and use them in party bags.

fullmoonfiend Thu 09-Oct-08 16:44:23

Oxfam sell those tiny wooden boxes with worry dolls in for about £2. They are extremely cute.

brookeslay Thu 09-Oct-08 16:50:43

little things a nativity scene, mini playdough pots. Christmas shaped rubbers, bouncy ball and little cars.

GreatGooglyMoogly Thu 09-Oct-08 16:52:22

Stamps

Mercy Thu 09-Oct-08 16:58:55

Last year I found a little soap with a Mr Men toy attached to the top (from Sainsbury's), might be a bit big though. Also a small Thomas TTE bubble bath.

A balloon?

We need a boys version of Claire's Accessories!

brookeslay Thu 09-Oct-08 17:01:17

www.amazon.co.uk/Set-Christmas-Finger-Puppets-Reindeer/dp/B000ZZXSS6
finger puppets look fun !

overthemill Thu 09-Oct-08 17:03:41

single glitter tubes, stamps (not postage ones), rubbers, wax crayons (one by one), balloons, pencil sharpener, crayons, pencils, mini notebooks (our PO sells them 35p), badges (I find paperchase good for packs of these kinds of things to split up and use), all kinds of stationery (I can see a theme developing), sweets, a letter (like an initial from shop or make your own from salt dough) - one year we had a series which spelt 'happy christmas' and they had loops to put on the tree, reallly bouncy balls, other tiny things they like - thing party bags!
i love doing these!!!

Mercy Thu 09-Oct-08 17:04:56

Ikea have some small, cheap soft toys

MrsBates Thu 09-Oct-08 17:05:50

I bought a job lot of lego mini figures on ebay for £4. There were about 20 of them.

Gem stones.

Finger puppets

Buy a 24 piece puzzle of a nativity or snowy scene? - oh just read ages - so not that probably.

fullmoonfiend Thu 09-Oct-08 18:36:27

oh yes Ikea teeeny tiny finger puppets!

Saturn74 Thu 09-Oct-08 18:44:01

oompa loompas

fullmoonfiend Thu 09-Oct-08 18:54:52

oy humph, were you Peter cuhsion? Genius!

Saturn74 Thu 09-Oct-08 18:56:25

tis my 'alloween name. grin

fullmoonfiend Thu 09-Oct-08 19:00:22

it's very good.
This is my Halloween name grin
I think I was ghoulmoonfiend last year...and then yulemoonfiend at xmas.

I like those traditional decorations which you drag out every year.....

Saturn74 Thu 09-Oct-08 19:08:16

I was HumpFreeConception at Christmas. blush

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