Just in time for the Christmas season, allcop launches its latest product: a DIY Advent calendar that can be personalised and filled by the customer. For each day of the Advent calendar, the customer has the option of individually designing the inside via allcop's design software, which is so unique in this form. Voucher templates stored on the platform also help customers customise the inside of their personal DIY advent calendar for their loved ones. The compact, foldable gift boxes with a size of 7.0 x 6.5 x 7.5 cm offer enough space for all kinds of gifts such as sweets, care products and cosmetics in travel sizes, or even a pair of socks. The calendar comes in 4 basic designs and, unlike most of the competitor products, is also already completely numbered and is then only folded and filled at home.
Advent calendars represent an expansion of the allcop product range. After only 6 months of development and specially expanded production, the calendar is now available. This new product category also includes a photo Advent calendar in a wooden stand. The wood for the wooden display is sourced from sustainable forestry. The photo service provider allcop aims to inspire its customers by constantly introducing new innovations. The focus is on the highest degree of personalisation possibilities and very high quality. Thus, this calendar is also made of 270g/m² strong, high-quality digitally printed paper. In addition, all Advent calendars are made from FSC® Mix Credit certified paper with sustainability in mind.
The DIY Advent calendar can be designed directly via the in-house ordering software at Fotopremio.de or at the allcop partners. Various voucher templates provide ideas and help with the order. The 4 modern designs make the calendar an eye-catcher that can be displayed or even hung on a tree.
Additional tip: With the fastening tabs, you can hang the 24 gift boxes in a row on a branch or curtain rod. Different lengths of string create a varied Advent decoration. All components are one hundred percent recyclable via waste paper.