Sharing a FREE Printable Advent Calendar that is a fun way to count down to Christmas. It includes 25 days of activities for kids, teens, and adults.
December has to be the best month of the year and it’s time for all of these Christmas Craft ideas. Today I have the tutorial for this DIY Advent calendar. I stuffed each pocket with these Free Printable advent calendar fillers that I am sharing with you today.
There are 25 fun prompts to bond and spend some quality time with your family. I honestly feel that this is so much better than stuffing your advent calendar with candy or tiny toys. Once you print out all these prompts, you can make a gift tag advent calendar, something fancier, or even just cut and throw all these prompts into a jar to make it simpler.
Also included in the Printable Advent calendar fillers are a few blank areas for you to include any special prompt of your own. I personally think that all of these prompts would be perfect for kids of all ages! I am really excited about the “look through photos of this year” one. Many of these are things we always do in December already- like bake cookies, visit Santa, or watch frozen, but opening an envelope a day just makes it feel more special right?
Printable Advent Calendar Fillers Download:
Downloading these Printable Advent Calendar files is free!! I appreciate you supporting and reading my blog and try to have as many of these Free printables as for you to enjoy.
The pdf file will open in a new browser window and you can print it immediately. Or you can right-click and choose to save the file to your computer.
To get the best quality print of these Advent calendar fillers I would recommend using a thicker paper- I LOVE the Canon Matte Photo Paper for this. It looks like cardstock, but the print comes out bright and nice. Find that paper and other of my favorites by clicking here
DIY advent calendar IDEAS:
I used a pack of these scalloped envelopes and filled each one with an activity from the Printable Advent Calendar prompts. To seal the envelopes I used a paper die cut tree.
I finally glued the numbers onto each envelope and adhered them onto the front of a photo frame (on top of the glass itself) temporarily using a tape adhesive.
Finish it off by lettering the title “december” with a chalk marker, that can be wiped off next month.