1. Rene said...I love to make presents for people. I have done a lot of crafting over the years and rarely keep anything for myself. It warms my heart when someone opens my gift and you can tell they know it came from the heart.
2. Sheene said...I love to scrap bonding moments with DH and kids.. its not everyday they get to snuggle up because it doesnt really get that cold here in the Philippines except on the holidays.. :)
Congrats, ladies! Please email Nan Partuzo at email@example.com with your name and complete mailing addresses. Happy Holidays to all!
The last project I will share with you all in the BIA blog in December is a cute little 4" x 4" desk calendar. Now is a great time to make calendars for the next year. This one takes full advantage of the Bind-it-All from top to bottom with 3 o-wires and three acrylic covers to form the "base" and cover of the calendar.
If you would like JPEGs of the calendar months with U.S. Federal holidays highlighted, click here to get them from my blog: calendar. If you would like an editable Excel version to make your own JPEGs, send an email to me at firstname.lastname@example.org, put "Calendar Months" in the title.
Have a great holiday and catch you all again next year!
Postscript 12/15/08 -- Looks like some of our blog visitors are curious as to what the base of the calendar looks like. I've added a couple more pictures from an earlier version of my calendar so that you can see what the top and the bottom looks like. I think you'll get a better idea of how to form the base of the calendar from the photos below. I recommend viewing the following link for a good tutorial on the basics of how to form the calendar: BIA Stand