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cat calendars

Hi!  I'm back today to share some cute calendars that I made for 2018.  They are mostly cute because of the adorable stamps by Mama Elephant!  I used the Cat Agenda stamps and dies for these.  I used their tip of printing out the images and numbering the dies with a Sharpie.  It really makes it easier to sort through the dies to find the right one especially since they are so small.

Here is a group shot of the calendars.  I only made one of each type.  I tried to find some cute pairs of cats that would go together nicely.  I had actually stamped and colored a lot of these cats in the summer and I wasn't quite sure what I was going to do with them.  I knew I wanted them on a calendar but not sure about the layout. 

They all measure 4x4 inches and are adhered onto chipboard.  The calendars I used are really tiny but fit well with this.  The cat paper is from Doodlebug and I had bought it because it was so cute!  Good thing because it fits this theme so well.

The backside has a thin magnetic sheet so these calendars can be used on the fridge.





Close up shots of the little pairs of kitties.  Love the kitty images in this set.  I also have the Dog Agenda so I'm hoping I can make some dog calendars too since 2018 is the Year of the Dog.

Well, that is it for now.  I have a couple other calendars that I'll share at a later time.  Thanks so much for stopping by!


Comments

Lynn said…
Absolutely adorable! I love everything about your cat calendars. I'll be watching for your doggie set. You really do some awesome crafting. It's always a joy to see your creations.
OMG, sooooo cute. Purrrfect for cat lovers.

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