Saturday, June 20, 2009

Perpetual Calendar





We visited friends, Chuck & Jan, near St. Louis last weekend....Jan had a cool calendar by K & Co. (I think) in her school room...loved the concept and decide to make my own version of the perpetual calendar...here are the results...the cover has a hanging locket added on the right side...no time to take another picture because it is raining like cats and dogs here and I like to take my photos in natural light...the calendar is made to add a photo for each month if you like...and each month has a pocket that contains a removable card to make notes on...

6 comments:

  1. Virginia vaneon at aol.comJune 21, 2009 at 6:27 PM

    You are a super talented lady and an inspiration. Thank you for sharing your art.

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  2. Hey Barb,
    great seeing you and again and taking your class this past Sat. It's been a long time.
    I had a wonderful, fun time. Thanks for bring in the calendar it is awesome! and looking forward to the Aug. class ;))
    ;)
    Sherly

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  3. what a wonderful class the Triple Tri-fold Photo Booklet this past Sat.
    I had such a great time and what a wonderful project. Thanks so much... and it was wonderful seeing you again.
    looking forward to the next class,
    Sherly

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  4. Sheryl - thanks for the sweet comments...I did enjoy Saturday....always fun to see old friends...I would have emailed you directly however I don't have you address...

    Look forward to see you all in August!

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  5. hello Barb,

    your calender is a great idea : I also like the idea that there is place for a changeable card every month. It must have taken you a lot of time to make this calender !
    greetings from Belgium from an ATT-er
    Inge

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  6. I found your blog via the All Things Tim group, and I just wanted to say how much I admire all the pieces. I love these books that you have made - the ideas, the colours, materials and the way you have
    put it all together.

    Best wishes

    Marilyn

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