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Advent Calendar For Boys

Posted by  ·  November 10, 2014  ·  Last Updated: May 10, 2016

Turn a wooden yardstick into the perfect Advent Calendar for boys! Countdown to Christmas with a small treat or tool everyday.

Wooden Yardstick Advent Calendar

Supplies For Wooden Yardstick Advent Calendar

25 small tool and or candies
2 small eye hooks
25 furniture nails
1 wooden yardstick
ribbon
ribbon or wire for hanging

Advent Calendar for a man supplies

With a saw cut the wooden yardstick at 26 inches.

man's advent calendar cutting yardstick

Screw in eye hooks on the top of the yardstick at the 1 inch and 25 inch marks.

man's advent calendar screw in eye hooks in yardstick

Place furniture nails along each inch of the yardstick. Place something hard behind the yardstick and push the furniture nail all the way in the yardstick, but not through to the back.

man's advent calendar place furniture nails

Placing something hard like an upside down metal pan will stop the furniture nail from going all the way through the yardstick.

furniture nails in yardstick for advent calendar

Place ribbon or wire through eye hooks for hanging.  Hang a treat on each furniture nail and you have a fun way to countdown the holiday!

Advent Calendar for boys

 

 

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  1. Stacey
    Tuesday, December 2nd, 2014
    What a fun idea! Would you be willing to list all the tools/items you put on yours (aside from the candy - I can figure that out!)? Thanks!