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Where can I get a nice advent calender from?

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JingJanglingBexieHoHoHo Tue 06-Nov-07 23:37:03

I remember last year someone gave a link to a really nice one that sold out everywhere and i'd like one this year!

jura Wed 07-Nov-07 00:52:04

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JingJanglingBexieHoHoHo Wed 07-Nov-07 11:32:53

I think it was. Theres some here, but don't fancy spending that much on one, unless they are reusable each year!

TheApprentice Wed 07-Nov-07 11:33:54

Phoenix Trading do nice ones without chocolate. think they have a website.

SoMuchToBits Wed 07-Nov-07 11:38:27

Orchard cards have a website you can order from. They have some nice ones.

OliviaMumsnet (MNHQ) Wed 07-Nov-07 11:39:25

There were some nice ones in the Emma Bridgewater catalogue.

Maggieb52 Wed 07-Nov-07 11:48:41

I got my ds the playmobil Knights advent calender. He can't wait this dec 1. Think letterbox have some nice ones too

bluejelly Wed 07-Nov-07 11:51:49

Get a fairtrade one from Oxfam. Then you can sure no child labour was used in making the chocolate.

poppy34 Sun 11-Nov-07 20:32:33

if you have one of those charity christmas card shops in church near you, they usually have a nice selection of old fashioned ones.

MsSparkler Sun 11-Nov-07 20:34:40

One word- Thorntons! smile

mjg1 Thu 01-Oct-09 21:48:05 have some lovely traditional ones plus some that are re-usable too - would really reccomend them

squilly Thu 01-Oct-09 21:55:21

Another Playmobil fan here. You can get all sorts of themed calendars from them. I've got a pirate one for DD for this year. They also do police ones, santa ones, woodland creature ones, allsorts!

Gotta love the Playmobil.

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