12 October 2011
FotoInsight presents a special Advent calendar with your own picture and 24 chocolate balls in festive wrapping as an alternative to mass produced Advent calendars.
Cambridge. 13/10/2011. - The origins of the Advent calendar go back at least as early as the beginning of the 19th century, with children physically counting down the first 24 days of December. Advent calendars used to be important craft projects, though nowadays most families use commercial Advent images purchased in department stores.
Create your own Advent calendar, without glue or scissors
If you don’t want to serve your loved ones an off-the-shelf Advent calendar, but rather create your own or design an Advent calendar with photos reviving the best moments of the year, you will find this easier with FotoInsight. The online photo service now offers to print a digital photograph onto a chocolate filled Advent calendar. The Advent calendar starts on the first of December and its 24 little doors conceal tasty milk chocolate balls in festive wrapping. Those who have a nice picture to print can give their loved ones a very happy Advent with their very personal photo Advent calendar.
Information on the Chocolate Advent Calendar with own photograph
Since 10 October FotoInsight offers chocolate-filled photo Advent calendars in size 23.5 x 17.8 x 2.5 cm (W x H x D). A picture uploaded over the Internet will be printed onto the 28.5 x 22.8 cm large print area (of which 2.5 cm per side folds over the edges of the chocolate box) and it costs £9.99. The usual 24 doors conceal 24 Christmas wrapped milk chocolate balls. Delivery time: six working days.