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3-d Wooden Christmas Tree Advent Calendar For Sale
Unique, 3-D, Wooden Christmas Tree Advent Calendar
"Start a New Family Tradition"
We are offering this unique little tree which was designed by the owner 25 years ago, but just now manufactured and available for purchase. This tree is a wonderful family tradition that can last for many years. We still have the original one from 25 years ago.
The tree consists of 28 pieces of wood and 24 polyresin mini ornaments and is approximately 16" tall when assembled.It is packaged in a compact, white box whichmakes it easy for storing and a nice presentation for gift giving. Picture 7 above shows the 3-D view looking down on the tree.
How it works:Build the tree each day beginning with Dec 1. The rod is the tree trunk, the triangles are the tree branches.
Insert the rodinto the white base. OnDecember 1st, choose thattriangle (picture 2 above),read the first part of the Christmas story printed on the tree branch, and slide the triangle onto the rod. You have started to build your tree.
On December 2nd (picture 3 above), choose that triangle, read the next piece of the Christmas Story, turn the branch overwith printed side down, and slide it onto the rod. Choose one of the 24 mini-ornaments (picture 6 above) to hang on the little gold screw.
Build the tree byaddinga branch each day (picture 4 above),reading the reason we celebrate the Season, and hanging ornaments on branches from Dec 2 through Dec 25. When Christmas Day arrives, the tree has been built, trimmed with 24 ornaments, the star is added and the Christmas Story has been told once again.
The top 6 branches are left blank except for the date so you maypersonalize with a paint pen from a craft store. (picture 5 above)
No two pieces of wood are the same. Small imperfections add to the character and rustic charm of this unique product.
Children LOVE building the tree, and choosingwhich ornaments to hang. The sound of the wooden branches (as you add one each day) is nostalgic and reminds me of children's wooden blocks.