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Fabric Advent Calendars 2012 - Ho ho!

Updated on April 18, 2013

Advent Calendars Made from Felt and other Material

A collection of fabric advent calendars for counting down to Christmas day! You'll find a range of felt advent calendars and other fabrics, and a range of prices. Fabric advent calendar craft kits for making your own too.

Many fabric advent calendars include fabric figures or ornaments to add to the calendar. They are reusable year after year making them good value for money as well as creating a wonderful family tradition.

Dimensions Gingerbread House Advent Calendar

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Oh Christmas Tree Fabric Advent Calendar

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This fabric Christmas tree advent calendar is a classic design with traditional felt toys and ornaments that can be added to decorate the tree each day.

This is the kind of calendar that kids will remember when they are grown up. Bring it out every year to create memories.

Dimensions Gingerbread House Advent Calendar

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I love this gingerbread house advent calendar. It's just so wintery and christmassy! And you get to enjoy lots of Christmas candy without the sugar.

Kids will love finding out what the next gift is and finding the number to hang it on.

Kurt Adler 22-Inch Fabric Snowman Advent Calendar

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Kurt Adler is known for wonderful wooden advent calendars, but this one is made from fabric. A lovely festive snowman holds a candy cane on a cord - you move it from number to number as you get closer to Christmas.

This is a good option if you want to create the magic of a Christmas countdown without a gift each day. (You could pop a treat in each pocket if you like though.)

Kurt Adler 22-Inch Felt Advent Calendar Christmas Stocking

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Another lovely felt advent calendar from Kurt Adler. This time it's a Christmas stocking with a little felt gingerbread man who moves a pocket closer to Christmas every day. We like the gingerbread man!

Nativity Fabric Advent Calendar

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This fabric advent calendar builds up a traditional nativity scene during advent.

Great for teaching your children the story of the nativity while building up anticipation for Christmas day.

Kids will love getting this calendar out each year. I rather like the gold stars.

Alex Crafty Advent Calendar

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Kids will have lots of fun making and decorating their own advent calendar with this kit from Alex.

The brightly colored tree comes with lots of felt shapes to peel and stick.

The pockets are presewn so you get 24 little places to pop a treat.

Little People Nativity Advent Calendar

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This fabric advent calendar is designed specifically for children. It's suitable for children from 18 months. The stuffed Christmas people and animals fit into fabric pockets and then attach to the scene at the top of the calendar with velcro. This calendar gets excellent reviews.

Little People Nativity Advent Calendar on eBay

You may be able to find this calendar cheaper on eBay.

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Fabric Advent Calendars 2012

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      Hamidullah 2 years ago

      I love comments: Discussion aylaws clarifies and sharpens my thinking.I'm not sure I would describe the history of the church quite as strongly as an accumulation of errors : Yes, clarity and doctrine have been lost, but I agree that we have gained a rich legacy from more recent believers and writers (As a literature scholar and teacher, I would be lost without Milton and Eliot.) Nor am I completely comfortable with the label primitivist . Much as I am looking forward to reading about our faith in its original context, I do not feel that the modern church should follow some practices for no other reason than that the early church held them (I am sure that you did not mean this, but it is an argument I hear quite often where I am from, and so I wanted to clarify.) Among other things, I do like navigating a Bible with chapters!That said, I still believe that essential truths and practices in the Christian church are often obscured by the time periods in which we live. To give a third example, certain groups of Americans have made their faith a deeply political affair. While they are certainly not the first believers ever to do so (witness Dante himself), the politicized version of the faith is sometimes far different from what Christianity should be like. American believers sometimes think that they can change the world for Christ by changing American cultures and laws (I know this, because I was once just such an American.) Important as political action is, I later learned that such action is only tangential to our faith and added by our culture; doing justly and loving mercy is at the heart of it. I am deeply grateful for the heritage of Christian saints throughout the ages, as well as the refinements and improvements made in the church. But I am also, as I stated, eager to step out of the cultural confusion for a moment and see my faith more clearly.

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      Darence 2 years ago

      Thanks for inrtiducong a little rationality into this debate.

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      craftycollector 5 years ago

      Very attractive