kojotutorial: stash crafted 2010 calendar

Perfect for anyone on your list who needs more pictures of your little one… And perfect for you because it really is just. so simple.
To make a custom 2010 calendar using patterned paper, you’ll need:
-12 pieces of patterned paper without any scews or printing on the back (I used 8×8 paper)
-a printer
-something to bind your calendar with (I used a couple of openable rings)
-photos (optional)
1. Choose 12 pieces of patterned paper without any printing on the back.  Also, find a free printable calendar online… I liked the one at calendarlabs because it allowed me to modify after I downloaded it (I needed to make it 8×8… plus, I changed the fonts)
2. Modify if necessary and print out all 12 months.
3. Decorate with photos if you please.
4. Bind.  That’s it!

***Shared at it’s so very creative monday and a soft place to land DIY day.

Comments

  1. Amanda @ Serenity Now says

    Easy peasy! I like it. :) Can you just send it here? We have a "Mimi" who is hard to please. ;) Thanks for the comment!

  2. Katie says

    This turned out great and I love that you shopped your stash for it. Buying new stuff is so fun that a lot of time I forget all the neat stuff I already own. That's been my big thing this, using what I have. Thanks also for the great source for online calendars.

  3. -Meleah- says

    I give these out too. I love the calendar link and how yours turned out. I usually do ribbon for ours and I think the rings look much cleaner and are probably much easier to turn. This year – rings. TY for the great post.

  4. Annikke says

    What a cute idea!

    BTW, I made the turkey tortilla soup – it was DELICIOUS!! Thanks for sharing the recipe! I had a baggie full of turkey that I froze when everyone was tired of eating it and I used that in the soup…mmm mmm mmm good!

  5. Its So Very Cheri says

    Super easy, super gift. Thanks for sharing–'
    Just an fyi most people are not getting the correct info in their reader-my updates are over 2 weeks old and I have made multiple other posts. I've been on with Google multiple times and they don't have an answer and I am not getting everyones updates in my reader either.

    Cheri

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