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2015 Calendars!

Hello!  Hope everyone's having a great Monday.  I made a whole list of things I wanted to get accomplished this week.  I think I can cross off one thing so far.  There really is not enough time in a day and time goes by so fast that by the time I do the morning chores and eat my lunch, it's time to pick up the children already!  Sometimes I wish we could just come home after school too but most days there are kids' activities or some other commitment.  I am looking forward to Spring Break!

I made more calendars!  And lucky for me that Taylored Expressions is so on it and already has 2015 calendars for sale!  I bought a bunch and plan on making a few more these.  I used Sister Stamps Sheep for this one. 

Here is a larger one, 8.5 x 11 inches.

This one is a half sheet and features Sister Stamps Jade and Moon.

I had made 2 Hello Kitty ones similar to the ones I made before HERE.  The colors were more Spring-y though.  I forgot to photograph them but the good news is that I was able to sell them plus the ones in that post!  Yay!  I have always been on the fence about selling my cards or other projects but this year, that will be one of my goals.  Maybe I'll even do a small craft fair or two?

Thanks so much for stopping by!



Denice said…
2015.....where did 2014 go?! LOL!
I'm going to check out the calendars at TE, you did a fab job on all of these.
Lynn said…
Holy Moly! You are really ahead of the game with your 2015 calendars. I love the way you laid out the numerals in the last one. Perfect images and wonder they sell! Maybe you should think about putting them out for sale in a locker box at BFC. Some of the sellers are making good side incomes. I think your fine papercraft work would sell very well.
WHOA!!!!! YOU ARE SO "ON IT" Eva. Your calendars are awesome and the washi papers are perfect. Thanks for sharing the site. Gotta check 'em out. :-)
Leanne said…
Aiyee!! Way to put the rest of us on high alert! Haha! These are all fantastik Eva! Love how you used Moon & Jade. You should not hold back on selling your stuff I know lots of people who love an Eva original. I'm gonna check TE for the calendars and hopefully work on getting ahead. Thanks for enabling and sharing.
PS - I feel like I lost more time & energy with the time change.. No bueno. Hahaha
Pretty job on the calendars... arent' you lucky for TE! I got mines but haven't had a plan on designing them yet....
Jean Bullock said…
Darling. I love these calendars.
Cheryl said…
So cute! Congrats on selling your calendars! You're going to be so prepared by the end of this year!
Unknown said…
Oh Man!! You sure know how to be on top of it! Loved your creations so cute! Thanks for letting us get the heads up on these TE calenders...people like me can use the head start LOL

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