Today Angela is sharing the second half of her calendar project- you will love how she incorporated lots of JustRite Stamp sets into her project. If you would like the printable calendar template email Angela - email@example.com and she will email it to you directly.
For the month of July I used a piece of fireworks paper from Stemma. The month of “July” was stamped onto white cardstock using Versamagic Night Sky. For “God Bless America” I used the 25 point Curlz Font and my small horizontal wood stamper to spell this out and die cut it using the Spellbinders Pinking Circle Nestabilities. The stars were cut using my Cricut Expression and the Accent Essentials cartridge. I applied silver glitter to each star for extra “bling”
For the month of August I used a piece of floral paper from DCWV. The month of “August” was stamped onto white cardstock using Versamagic Aegean Blue. The flowers are from Prima with Kaiser rhinestones added to the centers.
For the month of September I used a piece of paper from the DCWV Grade School Stack. The month of “September” was stamped onto white cardstock using Versamagic Hint of Pesto. The school bus was cut using my Cricut Expression and the Doodlecharms cartridge. I stamped the “S.A.D. #21” using the Times Roman 15pt font from JustRite Stampers. 15 point Times Roman Font is only available for purchase with the 2" stamper.
For the month of October I used Halloween paper from DCWV. The month of “October” was stamped onto white cardstock using Versamagic Pumpkin Spice. I stamped the “BOO” center from the Witch Way To The Treats set (now sold out) onto white cardstock using Brilliance Jet Black and then clear embossed it to give it a shine. I cut the spider web from Making Memories Spellbound paper and pop dotted the stamped image to it. The spider was cut using my Cricut Expression and the Doodlecharms cartridge.
Once all of the months are done bind them all together using the Bind-it-all and ¾” white wire.
This calendar was a lot of fun to make and would make a great gift for anyone who is hard to buy for.