Advent Calendar

Hi Everyone,
I hope you all had a wonderful fun filled weekend :) We took Ethan to see Phineus and Ferb Live (Phineus and Ferb is a TV show on the Disney Channel for those of you not familiar with it). We laughed so much and had such a great time together...

A while back I gave you a little peek at the advent calendar I was working one. I'm a few days late having it done but I finally finished it...I kept the embellishments on it really simple.

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Here are a few pictures of the finished advent calendar.



Click HERE to see my mini album style advent calendar I did a while back as a guest designer on Christmas with the Cricut (AKA Everyday Cricut)

I hope you all have a wonderful week.
Hugs,


Supplies (Click images for links)
(Also used but not listed below: Advent Tree (ACMoore), Berry Wine FolkArt Paint, Parchment FolkArt Paint, Crackle Medium-FolkArt

7 comments

  1. I really LOVE this project. That red color is so elegant. Your embellishments are just the perfect touch. Have a wonderful day sis! Hugs, T

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  2. Wow this is great. I have to try this one of these holidays. Smooches... Felicia

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  3. Love it, Christina! I'm having a Weekly "Show off what you've been working on this week" link party. I'd love for you to add this project:)
    Jill♥
    jaihartjustlovelydesigns.blogspot.com

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  4. I love advent calendars! I always had one as a child and have passed on that love to my children and now my grandchildren! This is just beautiful...you did a wonderful job!

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  5. What an awesome advent calendar! Great colors and wonderful details:)
    Sherrie K
    http://sherriescraps.blogspot.com

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  6. Beautiful!! I love the colors you used!

    Kimberly

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  7. So glad you were able to get a deal on the advent tree and make it into something your family can enjoy for years.

    I do have a problem though. You kept using PaperTrey Ink products and now I am badly addicted to their stamps and dies. Is there a cure?

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