Friday, November 20, 2009

SCSC Calendar

The challenge on Secret Crafter Saturday Challenge is to make a Calendar well has soon as I saw this I thought how perfect an Easel card would be for this. The Calendar is those cheap ones that you used to get at school to make a present for Christmas. I chose one of my fave stamps and some new Bo Bunny Papers, a few roses and job done. I love making these easel cards they so easy and fun to make.I went for the seasonal flu jab yesterday and I got the swine flu jab too, so thats two sore arms, hope they feel better tomorrow because I plan to make some bulk simple Christmas cards tomorrow.

39 comments:

  1. Looks lovely Debbie!

    Hugs,Willy

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  2. Hi Debby,

    What a lovely card!! What a gorgeous idee, the calendar!!

    XX Anneke

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  3. This card is beautiful.
    Gorgeous papers and details and your coloring is fantastic as always.

    Hugs,
    Marina

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  4. Beautiful, these are great stocking fillers!! My friend had the swine flu jab and has had a sore arm for 3 days now??
    hugs Angela x

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  5. Wow Debby, I love this idea!! Fab card :)

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  6. Hi Debby a gorgeous card, with a lovely girl. The choice of your paper is really perfect .

    XXX Ilonka

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  7. Ohhh Debby,what a beautiful card,i love the stamp and colours.
    So beautiful papers.

    Hugs Riet.x

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  8. What a great idea. Very clever & would make a great gift.
    Love the image & papers, roses, in fact everything lol!
    I've made a couple of these easel cards but never thought of a practical use for them.
    hugs
    Sharon x

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  9. gorgeous! Love the back pockets on the image =)

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  10. Ohhh,I'm lovin this, Debbie! Love your DP and your entire layout! Great work!

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  11. Woooooo Debby, your calendar is absolutely FANTASTIC! I love the image, the way you coloured it and all the beautiful details. What a perfect gift!
    I always like to be on your blog. You are so inspiring. Thank you so much. :-)

    BIG hugs and have a great day
    Pati

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  12. Какой красивый, оригинальный календарь!

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  13. Beautiful calendar and so beautifully decorated too, love the combination of colours and papers :) Donna x

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  14. Beautiful card Debby, I love the idea of making a calendar with the easel card, just fab. Take care Ann-Marie xxx

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  15. Wauw gorgeous card Debbie love the colours and the kalender is jammie jammie

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  16. Ooh this is gorgeous Debby, fabulous image and wonderful detail. Perfect card and present all in one.
    Hugs,
    Nicola -x-

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  17. Ooo, genius idea Debby thanks! got a stack of those little calenders waiting to be used and this is just perfect :) Hope your arms feel better today. Have a lovely weekend. xx

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  18. Debby, what a fantastic idea, it's brilliant now to get going!! Hugs Jo x

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  19. Gorgeous card Debby. Love the image you've used and the colours also. Hugs Michele x

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  20. This is fab Debby!
    I love the idea of using an easel card for the base!
    Helen x

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  21. What a brilliant idea. It works really well as a calendar and it makes a fab. card too.
    Beryl xx

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  22. OH you are very clever!! Love the little calendar blow like that.. tfs, Janiel

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  23. Beautiful! What a great idea to make an easel card into a calendar. You have really inspired me with this one Debby. I think I'll make some of these as Christmas presents for the family to include photos of my kiddies....Oooo you can almost hear the cogs working overtime in my little ol' brain'
    Thanks for the inspiration!
    Sandra x

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  24. waw this is a really fab job, i love the papers you used, they look so gergous, and your colouring is great,
    havea nice weekend
    helen

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  25. Stunning card, I love that sweet image and a great idea for a calendar x

    Jenny x

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  26. WOW...what a fabulous calendar...love the image, your colouring is just perfect.
    I'm going to enjoy catching up with all your creations.
    Hugs
    Carole x

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  27. Great use of the easel card format. Fab calendar! kxx

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  28. Die Karte als Kalender zu gestalten, einfach eine tolle Idee, die Idee werde ich mir mal stibitzen.

    LG
    Ulla

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  29. Love the combo of easel and calendar - brilliant!

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  30. OMGoodness Debby, this is awesome! I love how you've used a calendar on this easel card (I may have to lift that idea if you don't mind!!). Gorgeous!
    Hugs, Danielle

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  31. Beautiful....
    Hugs Emma x

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  32. What a great idea--an easel card and calender in one! I love the papers, flowers and cute image!
    Hugs,
    April

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  33. Gorgeaous - what a great idea to use an easel card to make a calendar - just brilliant!

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  34. ooh Debby your calendar is superb I love the image and your gorgeous gorgeous papers (can you tell I like them lol) beautiful colouring hugs Jill xx

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  35. Just STUNNING!!!!!! Gorgeous image and so beautifully coloured! Love the gorgeous DP's and the flowers! what a great idea for a desk top calender!!

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  36. Oh so adorable!! What a fantastic idea to put a calendar on the easel card!! CUTE!!

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  37. super card thanks for the inspiration to make my own, http://angelaskist.blogspot.com/2009/12/easel-calender.html thats the link if you want to take a peek :)

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