|This simple Advent Calendar has a delightful child-like quality evident in its art and bright colors.
Its simple, one piece, construction means no windows shutters covering all the Advent pictures. This may be unusual, but it is rather fun to see them all in one glance.
This Advent Calendar was printed in Greece in the 1950s, but is as colorful as if it were printed yesterday.
You may wish to have a child number each picture as each Advent day passes, adding to the anticipation of December 25th.
Or you can turn this simple Advent Calendar into a fun construction project by cutting out tiny square windows out of color paper. You can then join in the fun of helping a child attach them with a dab of glue on one side over the small windows.
Then you can number the windows 1-24.
What a great way to personalize this little Advent Calendar!