Advent calendars are fabulous things. We've had all sorts at our house - chocolate, felt Nativity scene, and Lego ones. This year I came across a wonderful printable on Pinterest - a scripture Advent calendar thanks to One Dog Woof. Every day up through Christmas is a different scripture verse telling the story of Jesus's birth. You just print the pdfs onto your own paper and cut out.
This Advent calendar is a wonderful addtion to the chocolate ones the kids have, helping to reinforce what Christmas is all about. Each day we pull down that day's tag and read the Scripture verse at dinner, then clip it back up with the verse-side showing.
To make mine, I first printed out the pdfs onto kraft paper. They end up just a bit larger than a 3x4 card. If you feel like clipping and resizing, you could easily make these 3x4 to fit into a pocket page -- or use your WRM punch.
I decided to decorate the backs of the cards using all sorts of Christmas papera and embellishments I had in my stash. I've got a mix of pape from Crate Paper, Octorber Afternoon, Simple Stories, My Mind's Eye, Lily Bee, Making Memories, and more. I then strung up some twine across a window and hung them with clips. It was a great way to use up leftover stickers from the 12x12 sheets that come with the paper collections. I threw in a few felt snowflake ornaments, some Tim Holtz wreaths and some tiny "presents" I had leftover from a configuration box class I taught.