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Printed Version of Our Calendar Giveaway

The printed calendar is glossy and spiral bound!
We love ya'll! (We were in Texas for Christmas!). We want to give away one of our beautiful calendars...we had some printed and they came out great! To enter, all you have to do is tell us one alternate use for the calendar (gift cards, tags, etc.) that you will use it for when the year is over.

**Make sure we can contact you if you're the winner and leave your comment below this post!

If you'd like instant gratification you can purchase our download of the exact same calendar (just not glossy and bound) and print it out on cardstock all by yourself. Right now our download is only $2.12! The purchase button is in our sidebar to the right. You can also purchase the printed version, just email us for details.

Here's a few example of crafty things you can do with your calendar (or anyone else's calendar for that matter!):

Just print out the page of your choice, frame it (8x10), and get instant prettiness!
All you need is a pair of scissors or paper cutter. Cut out images you love. Save the clippings!

The four girls have endless possibilities: first through fourth birthday invitations, labels, gift tags, framed and homemade cards.

Print out and trim, use scissors to cut out tag shapes

A small hole punch and thin ribbon can create a one of a kind gift tag!

Cut out extra butterflies and glue down the bodies, lift the wings. You will have created a shadow-box effect! You can frame this without glass and you've got your own butterfly collection, and no pins!

September will make a super cute tea party invitation! Just trim closely, then write or print out the invite on the inside.

Plan that tea party for September 2012!
After you've used the images you like, save the excess printed paper and use a large circle punch to create extra gift tags!


  1. Super pretty. Great ideas for reusing the images too. I would love to win this, but I think I have to order one too!

  2. So very pretty! I am sure I would cut mat and frame because the prints are beautiful. Please enter me in the giveaway. Thanks Dolly

  3. Very nice!! I'd love to win one! I like to take the pictures and use them in collage art...sometimes I frame my finished art work, sometimes I use them for cards.

  4. I would love to start the year off with that amazing calendar.

    Happy New Years

  5. I would love to use the pages in altered art collages and in my journal pages. I always save my calendars for this project through the year.
    Thanks for a chance to win.

  6. I can see the calendar pages as well as the images in an altered book. The calendar pieces could be used as dividers, a graphic element or as a background. The calendar pages would work especially well for a 2012 review/recap type of book. Lovely calendar!

  7. I would love to win one! We are battling the flu at our house, so my craftiness is on hold, but I think some of the images would be adorable to cut out and adhere to one of those circle wreaths I see on Pinterest made out of old book pages. These would add the perfect vintage look!


  8. Oh yes please!! I would love to win one of your calenders. I would use the pages to make mini albums and a way of preserving my Project 356 photos.

  9. These are so pretty!
    I've been decorating my light switch covers lately, and some of these look like they'd be great for that purpose.

  10. Just found your blog today via "the simple things blog" and I am very excited!! What a great resource! Some of those calendar pages would make excellent tray liners!!

  11. I would love to win your calender! Great ideas and lovely images, thanks!!


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