Monday, 1 December 2014

Calendar card

I have finished another Calendar card for the Scor-pal challenge #10

"More Than One Score" Challenge #10 - Family/Thanksgiving.

These will be for my family when we visit in the New Year. Designer paper makes them easy to put together also to make use of those tags/sentiments included in the 6x6 packs....this one is very pretty and I think my mum will like it. I am going to add a ribbon hanger to the back of the vertical front and a strip of double sided tape to hold the front to the base so it can be used as a hanging calendar; this should help it lay flat on the wall.  
Thanks for taking a peek Robyn


  1. Fabulous calendar design Robyn.

    Hugs Diane

  2. Lovely calender thanks for the inspiration as I have a packet of these calenders awaiting my attention.
    Hope you were not too badly hit by the awful storms up in Brisbane. Was going to say you could send some down to us but we are getting some much needed rain today thankfully.
    Margaret M

  3. What a FUN and creative card, Robyn! So great to have a little gift included! Hope you are well in your part of the world. XOXO Nancy

  4. Hi Robyn, hope all's well after that awful storm.

    Very pretty calender cards.Good ideas.never tried them yety.maybe later?!!
    Judy x

  5. Very lovely Robyn! I hope you have a great week!

  6. a pretty calender, like the sentiment on the front page. so true!

  7. Very cool! My Grandma Carol always makes out a calendar for us at the end of the year with everyone's birthdays written in. It's probably the most useful Christmas present I receive!

    Thank you for leaving your kind comment on my grandma's tribute post. She was an amazing lady.


Thank you for taking the time to comment, all encouragement and inspiration is very welcome. May your day be a happy and extra special one, cheers Robyn