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Saturday, 1 December 2018

Floral Desk Calender/Tutorial/Heartfelt Creations

Hello Crafty Peeps!!
Good morning....
Today we enter in the last month of 2018. Yes, its December,  which is full of celebration . You all are busy in making cards and gifts for Christmas and New Year. So I planned to prepare a tutorial of calendar with some personal touch. You can also create this for yourself or can use for gift purpose. A calendar with a photo frame on back side. Isn't it amazing? So here it is...




Directions:

Step 1: To create the calendar base take white cardstock measuring 19.5" x 9.25". Score at 1/2", 8", 15.5" and 17.5". Crease the score lines using a bone folder, fold and adhere the edge using red tacky tape.
Step 1A: The base is now ready.

Step 2: Cut 2 pieces of border from the white cardstock. Trim the 2 borders and join them as shown.
Step 3: Glue border on the top of the base.
Step 4: Cut 2 pieces of gold foil cardstock measuring 9" x 7.25". Further cut 2 pieces of designer paper measuring 7" x 8.75".
Mat the designer paper on the gold foil cardstock and mat that on the both sides of the base.

Step 5A: To create the calendar box, take a piece of white cardstock measuring 6" x 8". Score at 2.5" and 3" on the long side. Score at 1/2" and 5.5" on smaller side. Place die from Album Tags and Accents Die and run it through the die cutting machine. Notch and trim the sides as shown in the next photo.

Step 5B: Cut 2 pieces of designer paper measuring 2.5"x5" and 5.5"x5.5". Distress the edges of the designer paper using olive green archival. Fold and glue the white cardstock to create box and adhere the designer paper.

Step 6: Cut 2 pieces of decorative border from the white cardstock and glue them on the box. Adhere the box on the base using strong adhesive

Step 7: Print monthly calendar for 2019 on photo paper and cut to 4"x4". Cut 12 pieces of designer paper measuring 4.5" x 4.5". Further cut 12 pieces of white cardstock measuring 4.75"x4.75". Round the corners of all pieces using corner round punch.

Step 8: Cut 12 pieces of border from white cardstock. Sponge dries clear glue on the die cuts and sprinkle with glitter.

Step 9: Adhere all the layers together as shown.

Step 10: Stamp the large Sweet Peony images multiple times on the flower making paper using magenta hue ink and cut with coordinating die. Paint the flowers using same ink. Shape the flowers using small groove tool and create flowers.

Step 11: Stamp Small Sweet Peony flowers using Sunflower ink and cut with coordinating die. Paint the flowers with the same ink and shape them using groove tool. Create some fillers using stamens.
Top Tip: For more flower shaping techniques with the Sweet Peony watch this video herehttps://youtu.be/L9_MLkvpGPQ

Step 12: Stamp Leafy Accents stamp using Olive Green Archival. Paint the leaves using Sap Green archival ink. Apply leaf green archival on the center of the leaves and cut with coordinating die. Apply olive green archival on the edges of the leaves.

Step 13: Shape the leaves using shaping Leafy Accents Shaping mold. Arrange the flowers and leaves on the card base. Add glitter on the flowers and leaves using glue that dries clear.
TOP TIP: For more great shaping techniques with the Leafy Accents Mold watch this video herehttps://youtu.be/YaDMrVikE44

Step 14: Stamp butterfly images from the Butterfly Kisses onto vellum paper using VersaMark and heat emboss with white embossing powder. Cut with coordinating die and color with sunflower yellow archival. Layer one butterfly on the other and glue it on the calendar box.

Step 15: On the other side create a photo frame.

Step 16: Cut 2 pieces of frame from the white cardstock using Intricate Swirls Frames die.

Step 17: Apply clear drying glue and glitter on the frame. Glue a picture on the base and also glue the frame using dimensional tape.

Step 18: Glue border from the back side and glue the frame on the base using dimensional tape.

Step 19: Stamp 3 butterflies from Fluttering Butterfly stamp on vellum paper using VersaMark and heat emboss with white embossing powder. Cut with coordinating die.

Step 21: Trim the butterflies and paint with magenta hue ink and sunflower yellow. Layer the butterflies and glue on the one corner of the frame.
Have fun creating your own calendar! We love to see what you create too, share your projects with us on our Facebook page herehttps://www.facebook.com/HeartfeltCreations

Photos of calendar






Hope you like it......
Thanks for stopping by....
Hugs
Uma

4 comments:

  1. Would you please tell me the site you printed the monthly calendar off of.

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    1. I actually didn't remember that but if you want I can give you.

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    2. I would love to make a calendar card however I'm not able to find the calendar. Anything you can do to help me would be nice. Thanks

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    3. I update the post and add the pics of calendar. You can download from here . May it can help.

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