Tuesday, January 5, 2010

2010 Calendar

Every year, I create a calendar album for my mom and my mother-in-law that showcases pictures of my children. I'm five days late this year because of the hectic holidays but better late than never, I guess. :D

I got to use my American Crafts 6th Avenue Papers! I love this line and bought it years ago but haven't finished all the papers. I though this was a great way to lessen my paper stash and still be creative. :D I also got to use my Sizzlit Swirl die a lot. Something I really like. Noticed how I altered some positions of the die cut making each page different.

Thanks for looking!

Cover

January

February

March

April

May

June

July

August

September

October

November

December

5 comments:

emelyn said...

What a sweet family and perfect way to showcase year round. Your moms will LOVE it! And CONGRATS with Color Me Miki!! I can't wait to see all that you created with them!!

Helen Tilbury said...

Perfect calendar Mia - for some reason the June photo isn't loading for me...If I ever make another calendar I definitely like your method (I did one last year & it was 12" square with a separate page for the picture then a separate page for the date sheet) & it took me forever! I really like that swirl die-cut too - never seen it before...oh btw where did you get the base calendar? Which manufacturer? Thanks!

Mia Castrillo said...

Thanks Em! Need to follow up the Color Me Miki kits at the post office! A lot of packages got undelivered because of the long holidays. :( Can't wait to start working on the kits!

Thank you too, Helen! I used an airline calendar for my base and stuck the PP's on it. I printed the calendars separately. That sizzlit swirl die is one of my favorites! But I needed a roller machine to use it (Wouldn't work on my sizzix machine even with a converter). Good thing my aunt from the US passed on her Sidekick to me. Yehey!

Thanks for looking!

Tracy said...

Love it, Mia ... simple and gorgeous ...

Love, Tracy G
oxoxox

gwacie said...

Nice one Mia! Don't worry, January is far from over. ;) Happy new year!