Mom Always Finds Out received the Christmas Advent Calendar for review purposes. All opinions expressed are my own. The sponsor is responsible for prize fulfillment.
It’s almost time to start the official Advent count down to Christmas. My kids love to
fight over take turns doing the daily count down task. This year, we have a new Christmas Advent calendar from Signs.com that lets us decorate a Christmas tree wall decal! Every day, a colorful ornament is added to the tree.
The custom-made Advent Calendar includes a repositionable tree that measures 24″ wide by 34″ tall and 25 unique ornaments for every day of December leading up to Christmas Day.
The tree can be used on walls and any glass, wood or metal surface. With proper care, you can reuse this advent calendar for many years to come.
The Christmas Advent Calendar is an easy way to add holiday cheer to your home. I simply peeled the tree off the protective backing sheet and stuck it on our wall. The kids cannot wait until December 1st so they can begin adding the ornaments.
WHERE TO BUY:
The Christmas Advent Calendar normally retails for $43, but you can buy it for just $29.95 when you use promo code HOHOADVENT at checkout at Signs.com.
Update: I have removed the Christmas tree from the wall just to see how that would work. It must be done very carefully and if you have another person to help you, that would make it easier. It peels off the wall easily, but if a piece of the vinyl accidentally gets stuck to another piece of vinyl – it’s really sticky and hard to get them to come apart. I’m not sure if the numbered sticker ornaments are going to peel off from the tree that easily.
This is such a cute and fun Advent calendar, I’m happy to have it in our home this year. However, I’m not sure it is going to be usable for next year since the vinyl sticker ornaments are so sticky to the vinyl tree, they seem like they will rip when I try to get them off. It seems impossible to do and I don’t want to try it until this year’s holiday is over because I don’t want to ruin our advent calendar tree.