Here it is … the last of the Graphic 45 calendar pages.
I must admit that I have enjoyed this journey and am still in love with the Places in Time collection from Graphic 45.
Thank you, Graphic 45, for providing me with a year of beautiful fun!
I absolutely love November’s calendar page, celebrating the harvest.
I know, I know. October is 1/3 of the way over and I am just now getting around to posting October’s calendar page.
This time, I do have an excuse. You see, most of the images on the October calendar page from Graphic 45 related to Halloween. And I don’t do Halloween. I hate spiders and cobwebs, I do not like to be scared, and the blood, guts and gore is just plain unappetizing.
So, I procrastinated.
But, I think I finally did a page that I can handle looking at for the next 21 days or so …
I made the calendar page for September, but never posted it! Oops …
Here it is:
Continuing through the year with Graphic 45, here is my page for August.
I love the bright colors and the produce theme to the August pages, don’t you?!
Here is July’s calendar page … I was excited to work with July. This picture was my favorite from the entire line by Graphic 45 and I love the papers so much, I let them speak for themselves. Sometimes simple is good, right?
Better late than never … I realize June is nearly over, so I figure I better get this posted ASAP.
Here is my calendar page for June:
I cut out the little flower stamps from the paper and attached them with Pop Dots.
For my latest project for Globecraft & Piccolo, I created an amazing embossed metal background out of cardstock in just three steps!
Click here to find out how I did it.
Better late than never, right? It is May 6 already and I am just now getting to posting May’s calendar page. If this is any indication of how the month will go, I am in big trouble!
For May, I decided to keep it simple by using mostly the patterned paper from the back side of the cut aparts page by Graphic 45. I added some of the decorative strips, one image and a premade bow from Webster’s Pages. Simple, but still beautiful!
What do you think?
The calendar says it is April 1. The beautiful page I made using an 8×8 easel album and papers from Graphic 45 celebrates spring. And yet, it is snowing. So NOT funny, Mother Nature!
At least the calendar says it is spring! (click on the image for a larger view). I added a few Dew Drops from Robin’s Nest. The papers are all from Graphic 45.