Once again, I am writing this post on Friday and scheduling it for Saturday as I've got another busy weekend ahead of me. I've checked my calendar and next weekend doesn't look near as crazy thank goodness. I need some down time!!
Sally at The Studio Sublime challenged us once again with another photography prompt. This week's prompt was Create Art.
my goals for the year. [I added "craft something other than jewelry" to my list for 2013.] Let me start by saying that for the first time in a while, I decided to get a paper calendar for the year to help me keep track of everything. However, I'm very particular about the layout of the calendars I use. I want a calendar that has the whole month-at-a-glance, but then the following pages are sectioned off by week. It took a little looking, but I finally found one to suit my needs. The Amy Knapp's Family Organizer has plenty of room for all my jottings and reminders.
All it took was paperclips and bits of ribbon.
I repeated this process for every month with a different color ribbon or lace (for fun and color).
I also added a JUMBO paperclip with several layers of ribbon to mark the current month/week.
I apologize for the picture heavy post, but I wanted to include all the steps I used to Create my Art in case you needed a little extra fru-fru on your calendar too.
Next up? Altering the front cover of the calendar!
Check out how others interpreted this prompt by visiting the list of participants on Sally's blog, The Studio Sublime.
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