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Friday, December 4, 2009

Fourth Day of Christmas: Countdown Muffin

We loved this idea so much! What a fun idea to take a $5.00 muffin tin from Walmart and create a fun, unique advent calendar with the Polar Expressions Collection. Tucked behind each magnetic square hide money, candy or small toy. We even provide you with the instructions and patterns needed.

Click here to download the three page color instruction sheet. The patterns for the paper-pieced items and text for titles, etc are provided.

62 comments:

Erica912 said...

OMG This is ingenious!!! Why was this not posted before I cheaped/lazied out and bought my son a lame store bought advent calendar :(

Oh well - next year!

Thebug415 said...

LOVE THIS! I was going to make one of these this year, and decided to go with the wilton favor tins on the cookie sheet one. Although I never finished it in time...lol. At least it is started. Thanks for the eyecandy and ideas!

JoanneK said...

Wow, this is fantastic!!!!!

Kimmie said...

What a cute idea.

AmyB said...

This is such a cute idea. Thanks for the detailed instructions, too!

Jena, Rick, Ricky & Jordana said...

THANKS so much for posting the instructions and templates to make this awesome advent calendar.

Dee said...

WOW this is a great idea. Love it.

Shannon@K.I.S.S. Crop-n-Shop said...

ADORABLE!!! Love all the little details.

Kim said...

TOO FLIPPING CUTE! What an idea!! You girlies are just so CREATIVE! Thanks BUNCHES for sharing and a chance to win goodies this month!
Me-Ma Kim

Mryia said...

What a creative idea! I am definitely going to have to go pick up this whole line because it is too cute!

Carla said...

VERY cute idea!! I also love the muffin tin with the 12 days on it!! This would be so fun for my 7 yr old stepdaughter to help with and enjoy. Thanks for some wonderful projects!!!

JuliesAddiction said...

I made three of these this year, so fun...and quick!

Aphra said...

LOVE it! Perfect project for all the cute layered stickers and chipboard and rub-ons in this line! Thanks for sharing!

Cari said...

That's fabulous!!! what a great project and love all the details!

Robyn Schaub said...

Now why didn't I think of that?! Too cute!

Stampin Mindy said...

Great idea, Super Cute and inspirational!

Sweyo said...

What a great idea. WIll have to remember that for next year.

Tracy said...

That is just gorgeous ... YUMMY gorgeous!! TFS

Helen said...

That is such a neat idea!!! Thanks so much!

Melissa said...

SUPER CUTE! What a great way to hide little candies for the kids!

DebL said...

Awesome idea!! Where do you guys come up with these?

Melissa said...

This is soooo cool! Much better than the standard cookie sheet version!

Shemaine Smith said...

Totally cute! Love this!

Betty said...

Great job and easy to do! LOVE IT!!!

Liz Qualman said...

This is a fantastic idea and when you are done with the month, you can save the magnets for the fridge next year and use the pan to make muffins. LOVE it!

MEMORIAS EN PAPEL said...

Waooo!!!!!!!!!! love this idea :)

Erin said...

I just love this. omg...

Conchita said...

i love it.... Hugs

Jessica said...

Love this...I think I have the pan already!

picnic said...

This is so amazing may just have to try this one.. Grandbabies would like this...

mica said...

This is totally adorable!! What a fantastic idea!!

Rebeca Zanini said...

Great idea!!

Chris C said...

Super - I have seen this done with a flat tray before but this is soooo much better.
Thanks for sharing with us

AmesOx said...

So so cute! Love the little 'hiding' spot that the muffin tin provides.

Julie said...

Adorable! I bought the supplies and I'm ready to go.

debisjoy said...

Oh my!! This is just fantastic! I am a little muffin cook & was going today to buy a friend a 'muffin set' as a Christmas present. I will buy another muffin tin for myself & get making...

This really is fabulous. I love it. Thank you for the instructions.

Erica Alem said...

So cute! Thank you very much!

Beth Warren said...

Love this, what a great idea and much healthier than the premade chocolate advent calendars.

Ann Cicilie said...

Hahaha, that is so cute!

Rikki G said...

This is the best advent calendar, you can fit some many treats and enough for the family

wetpaws69 said...

This is such a great idea my grandchildren will love to help me make this. thanks for the share

KateB said...

great project but will have to wait until next year-I've been traveling and am sooo behind on projects!

Emily said...

That's really cute!

Bella said...

Wow! Awesome idea!

Samantha T. said...

This is the best idea I've seen yet (and not just at Imaginisce)!

Erica said...

I love a refillable advent. We have one already, but I don't think a house can have too many.

KimR said...

This is adorable! It would help my nephew out while he tries to understand when Sant is coming!

KellyG said...

I have seen many different takes on this project, but never a muffin pan and I never would have thought of using one! Thanks for sharing, too clever!

karen said...

What an amazing project! I may have to try this myself.

morgansmom2000 said...

Absolutely a-dor-able!

Jennifer
morgansmom2000@gmail.com

Susan said...

Cute, cute, cute!!!! I am so going to make this for next year!!

Cristina said...

What a cool idea to use a muffin tin to hide the goodies!!! This is fantastic!

Alienka said...

It's genius! :))) cool idea!

Jenny B in Indy said...

WOW, never would have thought of using a muffin pan. How AWESOME and cute! TFS!! :)

Katrina said...

This is GREAT!!!! Way to rock a muffin tin!

NWFlamingo said...

Love advent calendars. This is a super idea!

Teresa Jaye said...

How do you think these things up! Good thing we have all of you creative people out there that we can scraplift from! Very ingenious idea!

DeniseB said...

Terrific project.... looks like a lot of fun!
DeniseB

Christy said...

so cute! I have to do this next year!

Ruth Ellen said...

Great project!!

abbeyviolet said...

great way to use what is at hand!

Anna said...

I did something similar with a cookie sheet but I like this since you can put stuff behind the images - great idea!

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