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Tuesday, May 26, 2009

Cards Made From Calendar Designs.

These are some cards that I made today. Very easy using recycled calendar designs. These are from a 2009 calendar called: Fractal Universe - a 16 month 2009 Calendar edited by Panny Brawley and Keith MacKay. I bought 2 of these calendars in 2008. Am using one as my wall calendar and the other I cut up the fractal designs to use on cards. I'm really pleased with the results. It shows the potential of things we have around the house, that can be recycled such a calendars, wrapping paper, photos, magazines etc. Just be sure that the design is thick enough to support the glue/adhesive you need to adhere it to the card base. Then punch out a stamped saying and attach to the card. Quick and easy.

Fractals are computer generated designs. I think they are amazing. At one time I even made them myself with special software and printed them out in color for cards.

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Sherry said...

Great idea! They turned out wonderful.

Carolyn said...

great way to recycle, especially now when the calendars are so cheap, thanks for sharing

LiveLaughScrap said...

Wow, these are beautiful.
I wish I could find calandar images like that.

Cyn said...

These are totally gorgeous

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Magoo said...

this is a fabulous idea!! I love recycling things for crafts! :)

Mary Director said...

If any of you are looking for this calendar (name and creator listed in the text), has them. You might also want to check your local Barnes and Noble. That is where I found mine.

Thank you all for looking at my blog and leaving comments for me too.

Julie Misseri said...

wow - these are so innovative! Thanks so much for posting on my blog. I also appreciate the suggestion about the green. I appreciate it! :)

Enfys said...

They turned out beautifully, at first I thought you had been playing with alcohol inks!

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