Friday, April 4, 2008

Happy Friday!!! Mini Calendar Art Share

This is the project from the sneak peek I posted yesterday. I am still searching for the perfect photo of Brent and Sadie to put on the inside left page above the paper strips and then it will be finished. I am thinking that I might have to hope for some nice weather tomorrow and take a photo of my two favorite people together. :)

Had some time to create while resting up and I made this little mini calendar using a free downloadable program from The download took a few seconds and I opened the program and played around a bit to figure out the dimensions that I wanted for my calendar and then printed and cut out the calendar pages. I started with March 2008 and it goes through March of 2009.

I just LOVE this paper from Crate Paper and have another monogram project that I am working on to share later. It seems that I can't get enough of rhinestones, either... hehe!

Supplies Needed:
Bind It All Machine
Bind It All 1/2 OWires
4x4 Kraft Covers from BIA/Zutter
American Crafts Ribbon
Papertrey Ink Ribbon (5/8" pink grosgrain)
Maya Road Philadelphia (?) chipboard letter
Pink Rhinestones from Me & My Big Ideas
Double Sided Cardstock from Crate Paper (Twirl Collection)
Fruit Punch Stickles
Embroidery Thread
Paper Piercer & Needle
Liquid Glass (CTMH)


ScrapAloha said...

What a totally cute album! I love the colors!!!

Lisa said...

That is adorable, I will have to try on of those!

Dayna said...

Love the calendar! I had never thought of doing one, but it is a really great idea!

Anonymous said...

Super cute!! I love this! Great job!

Anonymous said...

This is fabulous! Great job! Makes me wish I had more time to play with my BIA. Yeah right! Maybe some day!

Kathi Carlson said...

So cute Erin!! I haven't talked myself into a Bind-It-All . . . yet! A few more posts like this, however, and I'll be convinced! TFS.

Lori said...

Erin, I don't know HOW you find the time to do everything that you do, but your zeal and zest for life and creativity just JUMP off of the computer screen! ;-) Thanks for that!

I'm saving up my $$$ for an InkStak!!!