My rolodex calendar was made at a workshop at Lasting Impressions. Isn't it cute? Cathy Heslop, the instructor, comes up with some really neat projects. I'm going to make another rolodex, at home, and will substitute the Jolee Boutique stickers for rubber stamped images to achieve a more artsy feel.
The fun thing about this calendar is that each month was mounted with clear photo corners, so they can be replaced each year. On the back side of the file card there is another calendar which allows those important dates to be documented. With five nephews, two nieces, two children and four step-children, I need to keep important dates in one convenient place.
1. Decorating Christmas cookies with a rubber stamp.
2. Decorative wrapping for gifts.
3. Polymar clay tree ornaments.
Now I'm going out on a limb here--I've never tried any of the options before. Well, I have wrapped presents, but will use unique items for added interest.
Have a great day. Thanks for stopping by, and casting your vote.