A Victorian Advent Calendar

2015-045I’m a big Jacquie Lawson fan, and love using her greeting cards for all kinds of occasions all year long. My absolute favorite, however, has to be her Advent Calendars. Haven’t missed one yet!

This year the theme is Victorian. Every day unveils something new – a fun game, or a delightful animation to watch – while the beautiful street scene becomes gradually prettier and more Christmassy. And for those of you on the move, the Advent Calendar works on your iPad as well as your PC or Mac computer.

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What one loves… one must share. And I have three of these calendars to share. Just leave me a comment below.

Share anything you like about what you enjoy about this time of year – whether you celebrate Christmas or not. What you do (or not do), who you spend it with, if you travel, stay put, how you decorate… whatever you like!

You have only two days to do so… I will send out these three calendars on Dec. 1!

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4 Comments

  1. Carol
    Posted December 1, 2015 at 12:52 am | Permalink

    Our Christmas-holidays are blazing hot…so we celebrate on the beach with cold meats and salads, cooling off in the sea.
    For dessert, we usually have either watermelon and ice-cream or trifle with ice-cream. Loads of fun in the sun….but sometimes I wish I can see a white Christmas 🙂
    Thank you for all the lovely patterns! Love them all!!

    • Carol
      Posted December 1, 2015 at 11:47 pm | Permalink

      Dear Ms Padilla,
      Thank you so so so much for the lovely gift of the Advent calendar……I had to quiet myself for a moment so my heart& mind could accept your lovely surprise gift.
      I only meant to comment on your beautiful picture, but now, due to your generosity, I can enjoy it every day on my computer!
      Thank you – from my heart to yours…I will remember you every day…
      Carol

  2. Irene
    Posted December 9, 2015 at 3:09 pm | Permalink

    Well, it’s December 9 and I see you have only 1 winner fan! So, if it’s not too late, I will happy to have another of those beautiful calendars!
    I live in Guatemala, and one of the most beautiful traditions in my country are the Posadas, that have place 9 days before Christmas, visiting a different home each day with small images of the Holy Family, representing the time Virgin Mary and St.Joseph were asking for a place to rest and give birth to Baby Jesus.
    Hope you have blessed and happy Holidays!
    Irene.

    • Irene
      Posted January 1, 2016 at 10:02 pm | Permalink

      Angie, Thank you very much for the amazing Calendar, I enjoyed so much and became a Jacquie Lawson’s fan and subscriber too. Now I’m enjoying the wide variety of e-cards of her site, and proudly sharing them with friends.
      Have a wonderful 2016!

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