Saturday, October 27, 2012

November Creative Club - Perpetual Calendar


November’s Creative Club will be held on Thursday, November 15th at 7pm. We will be making a perpetual calendar that will make a great gift for the holidays. (Or make one for yourself to keep on your own desk.)

There are 3 kit options this month.

Option #1 is $20 and includes:

Option #2 is $37 and includes everything in option #1 plus:

Option #3 is $54 (best value) everything in option #1 and #2 plus:
Other supplies, not included,  needed to complete the project:


You have the option to add this stand to make your calendar tilt back or choose to keep it off and have your calendar sit flat. The instructions will explain how to create it both ways.



Here is a view from the top. Doesn’t it look like a wrapped present? (Who wouldn’t want a beautifully wrapped present sitting on their desk year round? LOL)


The best part about this project is that I will show you how to create this box that not only displays the current month, but it also holds the months that you are not using so they will never get lost. The Hook & Loop Dots make this project easily customizable.



Due to popular demand, these kits are now sold out.

To find out more about my monthly “no-commitment” Creative Club, click here. You do not need to be local to participate.

9 comments:

  1. You are so very creative!! Congratulations, you have really hit the jackpot with this one!! *.*

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    1. Thanks Karen. I am glad you like it. *Ü*

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  2. So darned cute and wonderfully CREATIVE! What a wonderful idea for a calendar and workshop!

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  3. What a great project. Love it.

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  4. Do you have a written tutorial available for this project? I might be interested in purchasing the tutorial if you have one. Thank you.
    jayne@jaynestamps.com

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    1. Hi Jayne. I'm glad you like the project. I do have some project guides for sale here: http://lisascreativecorner.blogspot.com/p/consultant-project-guides.html

      This project uses a few retired products, so you may have to get creative if you don't have all of the products. :)

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