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My Craft Goals for 2015

My Goals for 2015:

1. Update my goals for 2016 in January of 2016 :)
2. Maximize my crafting time!
3. Keep plugging away at scrapbooking photos!!
4. Learn how to Heat Press!!
5. Have fun!


Saturday, November 10, 2012

My Calendar Blog Hop

Welcome to the My Calendar Blog Hop!  

If you are looking for the FROSTED DESIGNS FALL BLOG HOP - go HERE.

In this hop, you will find several kinds of calendars that are NOT you typical "hang on the wall" calendars.  I plan on using mine to keep me on track for my design team and blog hop schedules!


Here is a complete list of blogs in the hop just in case you get lost along the way (or find me first)!



Now on to my project::

I made a fun desk calendar.  Each month is on a separate page.  I need to see the entire month at a glance so this words well for me.  I am on 4 design teams and will color code them to highlight each square.  Blog hops will have a separate color.  I have a detailed journal with ideas, projects and status information that would NEVER fit onto any calendar :)
I started with this shape from Lacy Labels and sized it to 5 inches.  I cut it out of chipboard using multi-cut 3 times.

I used paper from this 8x8 Colorful Life paper pad from DCWV.

I found a 2013 calendar online and printed it out on white cardstock.  I trimmed each month into its own square.

I thought I would use these scalloped squares to mount the calendar squares on, but they ended up being too square and there was not enough room for the binding.  I scrapped that idea and cut my own with my paper cutter.

I did use the 2013 from Cricut Alphabet sized to 1.35 inches.  I cut the letters out of gold shimmer cardstock.

I used these 3D flowers from Art Philosophy sized from 3.29 to 4 inches.  I cut them out of pink shimmer cardstock.

I used my tweezers to roll the flowers from the smallest end to the center and used liquid adhesive to glue the flower together.

I used my Bind-It-All to punch the holes and attach the calendar pages.  I added some butterflies in gold and pink to match the paper I used.  I used a Stampin' Up cut and embossing folder for them.
Thank you for stopping by today!!  I hope I inspired you to create your own one of a kind calendar!!!

Your next stop in the hop is the fabulous KARON!


7 comments:

Karon said...

Oh My this is beautiful. Love the colours and the idea. Now why didn't I think of printing out the little calenders, I have been looking everywhere to buy them. Thanks for the neat idea. TFS

http://karonskraftykorner.blogspot.ca/

Robin said...

very cute calendar!!!

robin
http://cutonedesignsbyrobin.blogspot.com/

Michele from MS said...

Love this one Lori! Those flowers are gorgeous and just perfect with that background! I really like the spiral on the calender so you can flip easily ~ great job! msmith38652@gmail.com

Sarah Biswabic said...

What a beautiful calendar!

Marianne said...

What a fabulous gift this would make! i love it, and am glad for the tutorial. Thanks so much for sharing.

kdnkdd said...

Very nice and love the flowers and colors.

kdnkdd

Pink Dalmatians said...

Very beautiful, unique & creative. TFS