Gearing up for 2013! Here’s a little 8×11.5 calendar I made for my office. (I couldn’t figure out how to make it default to landscape when opening in Adobe Reader. Make sure you check the settings and change it if needed.) Click here or the image to download.
Wishing all our readers a wonderful 2010! Keep track of the days with our free calendar download. This small (about post-it sized) calendar is great for your desk or to hang on your fridge. After cutting out the months use rubber cement glue to bind the tops together to create a tear-off calendar. Punch a hole at the top to hang. Download our free 2010 calendar!
I’m always looking for ways to add interest to my everyday life, and one way that I found to be fast, fun and yes, cheap is digital photography! It’s taken me a little while to find the perfect setting on my digital camera for close-up shots, but once I did, the possibilities for all of the pictures I’ve taken are endless! Here are some ways to transform the digital pictures >> Continue reading
I’m a sucker for making the small things look pretty. At my old job I even decorated my pen/pencil holder (ie. a paper cup!) by drawing on it with a sharpie. Print-it-yourself calendars are often plain to look at. Why not dress them up by printing it on decorative paper? These are the basic steps if you already have decorative paper: Step 1: Select your paper. Step 2: Open the calendar >> Continue reading