Behind each door would be a different binder or insert to try out, with the final door having the perfect set up behind it!I am doing an advent blog over on fennellbooks, and used my filo to plan. It took several months, and filo really helped as I had to keep track of ideas for 24 different book reviews!
Each door should be opened by a different claps or zip - that's a given!
It has to involve chocolate!!!
@Alison ReevesYes it definitely must involve chocolate!
I would love to see a post on how everyone is using their filos to plan for the holidays. Trying to set mine up for gift lists, menus, travel, class parties, etc. What is anyone else doing?
A range of Filofax shaped chocolates, getting more luxurious as the days progress. At the end a Filofax shaped keyring and chocolate or a mini mini shopping list Filo and chocolate, designed just for advent calendar size. Hee Heee!!!
Hmm, I was thinking of it in a totally different way: the Filofax is the advent calendar itself. Each page represents a "door" (so the calendar would need to be a DPP or 2PPD). Each page/door would offer a new gift - a gift card, a chocolate or candy. This would be a little difficult though since it would make the binder very bulky. Maybe we should just stick to gift cards each day, with the last one being for Filofax.Or, it could be a big calendar where each door offers a new Filofax each day!