Brilliant Christmas Advent Calendar Panel
The Brilliant Christmas Advent Calendar Panel is a modern and elegant way for your small (and perhaps not so small) people to count down the days until Christmas Day.
The Brilliant Christmas Advent Calendar Panel features a modern Christmas Tree surrounded by Christmas Presents and among hanging Christmas Ornaments on an elegant cream background with beige/brown tonings and gold trimmings.
The Brilliant Christmas Advent Calendar Panel is ready to be embroidered and embellished or simply assembled to add some extra Christmas excitement to your festive decorations.
The designs are outlined with metallic gold guild which makes the panel sparkle, however embroidering over that with some gold thread and adding some metallic stars or beads and sequins will make it add a bit more bling and make it sparkle even more.
The numbered pockets are attached in 4 separate rows (not individual pockets) and are clearly marked on the panel. The full assembly including how to assemble the pockets and suggested quilting and binding instructions are pre-printed on the panel.
The entire Brilliant Christmas Advent Calendar Panel measures approximately 60cm x 112cm and is 100% cotton.
The finished size of the advent Calendar (once its made up) is approximately 57cm x 58cm. Of course, you can always add a border or two if you would like to make the Calendar larger and a real feature in your festive decorations.
We also have some fun Christmas Stockings that can be made up as well.
Click HERE to see the Santa and Rudolph Christmas Stocking Panel or
Click HERE to see an Seasons Greeting Christmas Stocking Panel
Just in case you are a bit nervous about embellishing and adding beads and sequins to your Advent Calendar for some extra sparkle
Click HERE to see how easy it is.
The History of Advent Calendars
The tradition dates to the mid-19th century, when German Protestants made chalk marks on doors or lit candles to count the days leading up to Christmas. Gerhard Lang is widely considered the producer of the first printed Advent calendar in the early 1900s.