DIY Ugly Xmas Sweater launches Kickstarter Campaign
Now Seeking Community Support via Kickstarter, This Creative Project will Enable People to create their very own Ugly Christmas Sweater in 24 Days!
October 23, 2017 ( datsyn.com) – A group of Christmas loving German girls has announced that they have launched an exciting new DIY project on Kickstarter. The project is unique and creative because it will enable people to create their own ugly Christmas sweater in just 24 days, while counting down to the eve. This can be achieved by purchasing an UXS-Advent Calendar made of 24 consecutive gift bags. In order to make this Christmas exciting for the people worldwide, they are seeking generous support for this project and they are welcoming everyone to contribute via Kickstarter.
According to the creators of this project, each gift bag in the calendar will be filled with a Christmas themed gift item. Starting on December 1st, the sweater will be completed and ready by the Christmas Day itself with decorations like never before. In addition, the girls are offering worldwide shipping in the rewards that they are offering on Kickstarter, so that people from around the world can participate and equally enjoy the pleasure of Christmas while creating their very own fashion line.
The Kickstarter Campaign is located on the web at: www.kickstarter.com/projects/927219813/diy-ugly-xmas-sweater and supporters from around the world can back this project by making pledges and donations that can range from EUR 4 to EUR 42 or more. Each pledge offers a great reward and more details are available on the Kickstarter campaign page of the project.
This remarkable project for Christmas has been launched by a group of German girls based in Berlin. They love Christmas and their aim is to make this Christmas as well as the holiday season more exciting for the people by letting them create their own DIY Ugly Xmas Sweater. They are therefore raising funds and support on Kickstarter, welcoming everyone to contribute in the success of this unprecedented project.