Wow! Heidi was BUSY today processing calendar orders. Thank you for your support!
I would like to challenge all of you, our stamping friends, to tell at least ONE crafty friend about this great project. It really is a fun project for all ages and wouldn't it be fantastic if we could build a swingset for Charley?
OK. Let's get on with the show! You are going to LOVE today's calendar projects, created by Julie, Glenda and Lexi!
First up is a beautiful Mini calendar designed by Julie.
"This cute and dainty sized calendar could fit right in your pocket! The mini size on text weight paper would make the perfect tear-away calendar, too--just staple them altogether at the top and mount to your project!"~Julie
This next project featues our 4" x 6" Calendar and was cleverly designed by Lexi. As they say... "necessity is the mother of all invention." Here's Lexi to tell us about her project:
"My daughter's been begging me for a magnetic calendar for her locker since the first day of school last month, so I knew exactly what I wanted to do when A Muse calendar time rolled around! She has a full calendar in her planner, so the 4 x 6 size is perfect for getting a quick peek when she opens her locker to gather her books. Instead of printing on regular paper or card stock, I printed on printable magnet paper--easy peasy! She helped pick a favorite image for each month and I added some lines so that she can write a few highlights. She can't wait to hang the first semester up tomorrow!"
To see more of Lexi's clever designs, please visit her blog Confetti.
Our final project for today was designed by Glenda. Her classic and useful design makes great use of the A2 Calendar which comes with a FREE perpetual calendar.
"I am addicted to the A Muse calendars and make a few different sizes every year. In particular, I love using the A2 calendar for my day timer at home. This sits beside my phone and I use it for a birthday and appointment calendar. I don't have a binding machine so I simply punched holes, put some rings through and tied on some ribbon. It works really well. Also, the 'tiny' A Muse stamps are perfect to mark birthdays and holidays on these calendars. "
Stay tuned, I have more Calendar projects for you tomorrow!