[PRINTABLE] Share What you Love Perpetual Calendar



Every so often I change things up in class, moving away from greeting cards and giving participants a chance to try their hand at something different!  This month we made this Perpetual Calendar featuring the Share What You Love designer series papers.  Wanna peek inside? Of course you do!


Using patterned papers as a base for the calendar meant each page had a different look, even though two months share a panel (one front, one back).


We cycled through a series of embellishments for each page, some stamped and some fussy cut from the pretty papers themselves!


Despite being a very advanced project, the two new-to-class participants that joined the session for the first time did awesomely!


For a full look through this project, as well as a tutorial for putting one together yourself at home, see my YouTube video *HERE*



Many participants mentioned they would love to make more as gifts for friends and family!  So I thought it would be fun to share with them an idea for a matching gift card.  This project was inspired by the amazingly talented Jenni Pauli. 


Could this little notecard be any more perfect for giving purpose to all those scrap pieces of patterned paper created in the making of a project such as this???

See how quick this is to put together for yourself *HERE*



I hope you've enjoyed this project!  Want to make a calendar like this one too? 

BUILD YOUR OWN PERPETUAL CALENDAR

I custom designed the calendar sheets for this project.  Get the digital file today using the PayPal button below for just $3 (all orders are processed within 48 hours of sale).

Includes 3 page pdf (4 months to a page) 
in both A4 and Letter format, ready for you to print 
and decorate your own style! 

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1 comment

  1. Jenn - I'm trying to buy on PayPal your perpetual calendar. It's just taking me to my PayPal page. How do I order this item from you? Love your cute calendar and the fact that it's perpetual! Also where did you get the nice stand for the calendar. I know I have seen it on your site before. Thanks so much!

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