Tuesday, October 08, 2013

Instagram print 2014 calendar

I love Instagram! And since I should that walgreens does Instagram prints in a 4x4 size I've been ordering them for all sorts of projects!  This calendar uses 12 of my favorite scene prints combined with coordinated paper from a k&company 12x12 paper pad.  Let me know what you think!  

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The calendar pages measure 8 x 8.  I made them out of a nice heavy cardstock and a decorated paper clamp which provides enough pressure so the calendar will stand up on its own by fanning out the bottom of the pages, or can be hung on a wall.

SRM Stickers Blog - Michelle Giraud - #calendar #minicalendar #months #kraftbags

Each calendar page has a 4 x 6 SRM Kraft bag attached for holding photos, envelopes/bills, appointment cards, or anything else that you would want to save as a reminder.  

SRM Stickers Blog - Michelle Giraud - #calendar #minicalendar #months #kraftbags

Each page also has a SRM Standard Mini Calendarand a 4 page notepad for jotting down notes & reminders.  The notepad was simply cut from loose leaf paper than lightly glued together at the top and decorated with a scalloped strip of paper.

SRM Stickers Blog - Michelle Giraud - #calendar #minicalendar #months #kraftbags

This whole project was made using coordinating designer paper from 12 x 12 paper pad.  I like how all the colors work together and the variety of photo prints make it interesting.  To coordinate with the SRM Kraft bags she used Kraft paper for the base of the mini calendars, SRM's Large Month stickers and a matte for the photo.  

More details including the measurements for all the layers and pictures of every page are on the SRM blog at http://srm-stickers.blogspot.com/2013/10/2014-instagram-calendar-by-michelle.html.

Thanks for looking!


Bren said...

This is adorable!! What a unique little idea

Bren said...

And by the way, it is nice to see you posting again after your long break.


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