A few weeks ago, I inserted 2015 pages into the Smash Calendar that I made in 2013. This will be my third year of using this amazing calendar — my favourite calendar ever!! With tabbed edges, each page contains a monthly calendar, a “library card” that tucks behind the calendar and shows repeating events such as birthdays and anniversaries, and a pocket that can be used for storing receipts and other paper reminders. It’s “perpetual” because I can add new calendar pages on top of the old ones in such a way that the current year is on top, but I can flip back through the older pages to view previous years, if needed. It’s creative and beautiful and one-of-a-kind!
If you’d like to create a Smash calendar from scratch — or update a Smash calendar you previously made in one of my classes — please contact me! I’ve scheduled a class from 10am to noon on Saturday, February 7th at my home in North Vancouver. The class is now FULL, but I’m taking names for a waiting list. Cost: $25 to make a calendar from scratch, $10 to update an existing Smash calendar with 2015 pages. As an extra bonus, all participants will also receive 2016 pages, so you’re set-to-go when the new year rolls around next January!
Participants will bring a spiral-bound Smash calendar (cover size 7-3/4 x 10-1/4), Sookwang tape, paper trimmer, and specific embellishments. I’ll provide tabs, pages, labels, “library cards”, paper scraps, calendar pages for 2015 and 2016, tools, and detailed instruction sheets.
To register, email me at: email@example.com