Tuesday, April 10, 2012

Quickie Calendar

Here's a quickie calendar I made today.





I grabbed a piece of wood I had in the garage,






added a little white paint,





and made an enlarged copy of the months from this refrigerator magnet.






I glued on the calendar, and a copy of one of my personal photos.





A little distressing on the entire piece, and I'm done.  This would also work as a multi-page calendar, but I like calendars I don't have to flip.  Next year, I'll just glue the new calendar over the old one.


Good night.


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33 comments:

  1. Very cute, easy and quick project with loads of charm! Adorable, Rosemary!

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  2. OMG - I love it - you are extremely talented!!!!!

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  3. I LOVE all your stuff - I am definitely a follower!!

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  4. You make it look so easy! I wish I had a tenth of your creative talent. Another gorgeous and unique Villabarnes creation. Thank you! I'm going to make one for my loft!

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  5. That is so cute! your "quickie" projects would take me hours. I don't know how you do so much!

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  6. Brilliant!!! How in the world do you think of such things????

    Have a great Tuesday!

    xo,
    RJ

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  7. So geniius Rosemary!! I think this is a fantastic creation!!

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  8. That is so unique Rosemary! I love it.

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  9. That's a great idea, Rosemary! Sometimes those calendars can be pretty ugly or have advertisements you don't want to look at all the time.

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  10. What can I say, except "GORGEOUS!"

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  11. Rosemary,
    I love how your creative mind works.I LOVE,LOVE,LOVE this!
    Anne

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  12. Your crafty mind just never stops Rosemary!!! What a lovely and fantastic idea:)

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  13. You do make it look so easy. I always start an easy project and it ends up taking me six times longer than it should. You seem to have the opposite luck. Very pretty - love your photo.

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  14. I do love this piece, I have lots of wood (wood is a passion of mine) so I pick up any wood I see. I will have to try this. You do such good work! Hugs, Lynn

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  15. Great idea! I'm with you on turning the calendar pages, I like them all on one page too!

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  16. now why didn't i think of that?! :) you are brilliant! :) Esther

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  17. Rosemary, that is so pretty! I just did a make-over on my calendar holder. Enjoy your day, Gail

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  18. Talk about starting with a blank slate. It is lovely.

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  19. Now what amazing thing will you come up with next?
    What a wonderful, unique calendar....beautiful.

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  20. You inspire me every time!!!
    Thanks..Blessings Lori

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  21. Rosemary,
    I love it! It's so beautiful!

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  22. Nice idea!
    Gail sent me over with the link to this post... I'm thinking I need a calendar board.

    thanks for posting this! Pat

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  23. awesome!! Love the ice cream stools too

    your work is sooo wonderful!

    blessings
    barbara jean

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  24. Hi Rosemary,
    You are amazing!!! I have so many old boards in my old carriage barn, great idea!!!

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  25. Honestly Rosemary...you never cease to amaze and inspire me. I love this idea!

    Have a lovely weekend!
    Deborah

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  26. it looks amzing rosemary i love it xxx
    p.s it would be great if you could stop by tonight and link it up at http://www.twiggstudios.com/

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