Tuesday, 26 February 2013

Calendar - March 2013

I thought of making a desk calendar for my husband in December last year. But somehow I got busy and was in short of ideas ;) to do that. After seeing Sindhu's calendar I got inspired :) and started doing it again. I don't think I'll be able to post more than 1 page in a day, but here comes my page for March which I completed a few days back.


I used the punches (still experimenting with it!!) to make the border of the calendar. I love the way it has come out!!

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  1. WOW hard to believe you used a punch to make the border..it looks like an elegant die cut.Do share which punch you used

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    1. ah!! Thank you so much Sonia :) I'm delighted!!! The punch actually cuts out flourishes-like pieces that I have used in most of my other cards including the calendar - July 2013 (http://moxiecraftie.blogspot.in/2013/02/calendar-july-2013.html)

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  2. Berina..thanks so much for the mention. And that border is AWESOME... I too thought it was a die cut.. Very well done..liked this page..simple and sweet. You hand writing is very pretty as well.. :)

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    1. Thank you so much for your kind words :)

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  3. A stunning creation, with wonderful use of your punch. Thanks so much for joining us at Craft Room Challenge and good luck with the draw. Julia xxx

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    1. Thank you for your encouragment, Julia :)

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  4. VERY nice job and I love the border on this. Thanks for sharing with us again in our challenge. It's a joy to see your art and I am so grateful when you are able to join us!
    Blessings to you,
    Karen
    Word Art Wednesday

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  5. Just gorgeous! I am sure you Hubby loves it!!

    Thank you for joining us over at The Paper Shelter for this weeks Celebrations challenge. See you again soon and good luck!

    xxx
    Wendy

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