This fall will be my fifth year to make the monthly calendar sets that my customers and I like to give for Christmas gifts.
Class will be held Monday August 18th, Saturday morning the 23rd, and Monday August 25th.
The Monday classes are 1:00-3:00 and 6:30-8:30.
The Saturday class will be 9:00-noonish.
The cost is $20 for the first calendar and $5 for each additional calendar.
Everything is included for the first calendar. After that, the card stock pieces are included and you are responsible any extras like pearls, rhinestones, etc.
I am going to share some of the months with you since this is all that I have been doing in the last week!
The finished calendar from last year looks like this when it sits in it's case.
You can get case very similar to this at this link. Look for the Floppy Calendar disk Case.
Click on Calendar for the CALENDAR 2015 months.
Here are some of the months for 2015. Even though I would love to use all current Stampin' Up
stamps, sometimes it just isn't possible.
I am waiting for stamps out of the new Holiday Catalog to complete January and October.
The Heart Framelits and rhinestones are the two current SU products on February.
March uses the Oval Framelits, World of Dreams, Petite Petals, and rhinestones...all current. Thank you to Mary Polcin for the idea on this calendar. I "lifted" it off of a card that she designed:)
Both Easter Blessings and the saying are retired SU products. The Curly Label Punch is current.
Here two other options for Easter. The first uses Rich Razzleberry and Daffodil Delight.
The saying, albeit crooked, is from the retired set called Glorious Gift.
The tulip on the right has been cut out and mounted again...not on a dimensional, but on an additional piece of card stock.
The colors are prettier in person.
The second calendar uses Wisteria Wonder and So Saffron.
Which Easter calendar do you like the best? I would love your imput.
May uses the Flower Shop set, the Pansy Punch,the Bird Builder, Boho Blossoms, and Chevron Punches.
June uses the Striped Scallop Thinlit, the retired Aloha set,and another retired set with no name on it. The "water" and the flag are glittered.
I'll share the rest of the designs that I have completed with you on Wednesday.
Please e-mail me if you have any questions.
Thank you for stopping by!