This Christmas, let us transport you to a pretty English village for 25 days of seasonal fun, with hidden surprises, games, puzzles, and all manner of Christmas activities.
We’re inviting you to spend Christmas in an ancient village in the historic southern English county of Sussex. Every day a new surprise will reveal itself – and on top of that, you’ll find books, games, puzzles and beautiful scenes, with festive music accompanying the fun as we count down to Christmas.
Our Advent Calendar features:
- A stunning interactive main scene
- A festive music player with specially arranged Christmas music
- Hidden surprises to find each day
- Interesting books to read, including a tantalising recipe book
- And so much more!
Have fun playing Christmas games:
- A festive “match three”
- A challenging Klondike Solitaire
- A classic 10x10
- Several jigsaw puzzles
- And much more!
Get creative with Christmassy activities:
- Decorate a Christmas Tree and see it appear in the main scene
- Have fun with our ever-popular snowflake maker
- Build your own snowman
- Decorate a beautiful seasonal wreath
- and much more!
A book of delicious recipes:
- Christmas Cake
- Sussex Pond Pudding
- and more!
Here at Jacquie Lawson, we’ve been making interactive digital Advent Calendars for over 10 years. Incorporating the wonderful art and music for which our ecards have justly become famous, it has become an unmissable part of the countdown to Christmas for thousands of families across the world. Download your Advent Calendar now.
What is an Advent calendar?
A traditional Advent Calendar is a Christmas scene printed on cardboard, with little paper windows – one for each day of Advent – which open to reveal further Christmas scenes, so the user can count the days to Christmas. Our digital Advent Calendar is much more exciting, of course, because the main scene and the daily surprises all come alive with music and animation!
Strictly, Advent starts on the fourth Sunday before Christmas and ends on Christmas Eve, but most modern Advent Calendars – ours included – start the Christmas countdown on 1st December. We also depart from tradition by including Christmas Day itself!