Wednesday, February 10, 2010

A Cool Calendar

Here's another great project Gina ( made and I wanted to share it with you. If you start to attend her monthly stamp events, maybe you may make one of these - I have been hiding it from everyone because it is way cool and can easily be made during the year to give for the holidays. Start NOW!!!! The DSP used is way cool - love the top note die that is used throughout the seasons. Yes, this calendar reminds me: it's still "winter". In San Francisco, we don't seem to have those clear defined seasons and this style of calendar works for me.The calendars are printed from
Added instructions 2/10/10 for calendar:
Once you get into the site,
-Scroll down to "More Print Your Own"
-click on "Calendar Maker"
-click on "Free Printable Calendars"
-Look for "full year......change first "box" to "20, second "box" to "11"
-click "more options" to supress the Holidays
-Do print preview - this calendar was printed at 60% to enable cutting 3 months 1" x 4-1/2".

Here's Winter:

Love the Hodgepodge hardware used to frame the season.

Spring is cheery: The Flowers are from the Big Shot Birds & Leaves Doe, then sponged and add the rhinestone bling.

Spring is framed by using the Curly Label Punch:

Summer uses bright brads:
Love the Bird from Bird & Blooms Sizzlit and the Sweetest Stem Sizzlit.
Fall colors are slight "darker": Fall is framed using the Modern label Punch and bright brads.

Love the new Beautiful Wings Embosslit Die.

Isn't this a great project to make and give to a variety of friends!!!! Hope you enjoyed seeing another great project from Gina...........she is one great talented friend!


Nessie said...

Patti, your calenders are beautiful, but I clicked on the link for the calenders and was overwhelmed... Which link is the one you have used for the project? Thanks for helping me.

Anonymous said...

You are something else -- love your creativity -- you are truly blessed.

- - Sheryl - - said...

Love it. I just got the little embosslit The butterflies on it are awesome!

Creations by Patti said...

Nessie: here's a easier link to the calendar:

It will bring you directly to the calendar page for the year 2011.