I am up on the SRM blog today with a trio of Tiny Calendar projects! These are some of my favorite stickers to work with. They are small, hence the name, only measuring 1 inch by 1 inch.
My first project is a tiny frame that the stickers can be easily changed month to month.
I used a 1 1/4" square punch on my piece of pattern paper. I then used my square scallop punch to punch around it. I used the same punch on some white cardstock. I used small strips of foam tape on the sides and bottom to hold it together and form the frame. I layered all of the tiny calendars on a transparency and cut them out. I adhered a magnet to the back so it can hang on the fridge or a message board.
My second project is a matchbook calendar.
I had some old blank postcards that I had bought at the office supply store a long time ago. I used them for this project because they had a perforation and that was key to this project. (I know there used to be a punch of some sort that made a perforation, but the stores don't carry it anymore) I cut 12 pieces about 2x1" big with the perforation about a 1/2" from the bottom.
I used adhesive at the very bottom to adhere them together. I then fashioned a cover for it out of pattern paper covered card stock. Adding some cute flair and the year sticker. The whole thing closes with a magnet set and can be easily tossed in your purse. As each month passes you tear off the old month.
Are you still with me? :) My final project with the Tiny Calendars is a mini album.
I combined the Tiny Calendars with some of the stickers from the Calendar Companion. I layered the month stickers over the month icon stickers and added a photo from the month. I added the month name and year to each page as well.
It is held together with a MME brad. It measures about 1 1/2 x 5. If you have made it to the end of this post - thank you! *laugh*
Happy Tuesday, friends.