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Hello!  Hope you all had a great holiday!  We spent our day at home just relaxing.  I was able to finish putting the Miyakos from Sister Stamps onto some calendars.  That was my being crafty everyday part for Friday.





Each one is a little different.  I like the purple one best.

Here's a close up of the saying.  I thought it was fitting for the image and the calendar.  I do plan on selling these calendars just haven't gotten to opening my Etsy store yet.  But if you're interested just send me an email!

Thanks for stopping by!




Comments

Rachel Parys said…
What cutie pies!! I am sure these will fly off the shelves!! You come up with the best projects!! Let us know when you open your etsy shop!
Cheryl said…
All of them are so pretty! You're so productive! OK, hope this doesn't publish twice, I think I got too impatient on the last one and pushed the button twice cuz it was going so slow
Jenny said…
Please let us know your when your etsy store is open! I love that sentiment!!
Leanne said…
Too cute! Love the way you did the sentiments and matched the washi papers. You must let all of us know when you open your shop. We'll have to stalk it when you have things posted. ^.^
Glad you're having a relaxed weekend!
Lynn said…
Those calendars are so attractive. You are really getting a jump on the new year. The image is one of my favorites and the sentiment you paired it with is perfect. Thanks for showing us what you've been busy doing.
These calendars are super cute and guaranteed to be a hit on your soon-to-open Etsy store.

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