“Nightmare Before Christmas” sock advent calendar is perfect for any Holiday

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nightmare before christmas sock advent calendar

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We can’t get enough “Nightmare Before Christmas”! From merchandise to theme park goodies, it seems like we’re all obsessing over this Halloween-Christmas mashup, and we’re not mad about it. The latest item we’re so excited to buy is Disney’s new “Nightmare Before Christmas” sock advent calendar.

Yes, you read that right. Jack, Sally, and the rest of our favorite characters from Halloween Town are now included in a themed advent calendar that gives you a new pair of socks for 12 days.

This advent calendar comes with 12 pairs of socks, each themed after characters from the film, including Jack Skellington, Sally, the Mayor, Zero, Oogie Boogie, and plenty of others! It also comes in a gorgeous black box with Jack Skellington front and center that will double as excellent holiday décor.

nightmare before christmas sock advent calendar
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What we love most about this “Nightmare Before Christmas” sock advent calendar is that it can be used to countdown to either of your favorite holidays — Halloween or Christmas! Traditionally, we use advent calendars to countdown to Christmas, but some Disney fans prefer Halloween, so why not celebrate with some socks next month?

“Nightmare Before Christmas” is considered to be a Halloween movie to some, a Christmas movie to others, and a year-round movie to the rest of us. This sock advent calendar is an example of how versatile the film (and its merchandise) is. Just remember that this recently went on sale and as suspect, it will be pretty popular and sell a lot before Christmas is even close.

You can purchase the “Nightmare Before Christmas” advent calendar on Amazon here. It keeps coming in and out of stock, so check Amazon often to make sure you can get your hands on it in time to start your own holiday countdown.

Would you use the “Nightmare before Christmas” advent calendar to count down to Halloween or Christmas? Let us know in the comments!

Source: Bustle

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