Can you believe it, 2013 is here!
 
 
 
Creating a Handmade Calendar is the first thing I look forward to when the year is new.
Easy to use templates are what I create and calendars are no exception.  I like to make things simple, don’t you?  
 
 
I made this photo calendar as gift for my mom; displaying photos I took for my parent’s Holiday card.
I think she’s really going to enjoy looking back at how tiny my nieces were at the turn of the year.  
 

DIY PHOTO CALENDAR

  1. Select your base or frame – I choose a large square frame and removed the glass
  2. I glued scrapbook paper to the cardboard in the frame – I love that it has mini calendars on it
  3. Prepare your photos – I clipped my photos into the Melon Berry Calendar Templates in Photoshop – watch this easy Video Tutorial to try it yourself
  4. Print your calendar and add to the base – I printed the 8×10 template on photo paper
  5. Optional: embellish your calendar – If your paper-crafter you may enjoy adding ribbon, brads, or glitter
 
P.S. Happy New Year!
Make sure to visit  Kristy over at her  fantastic blog Life-n-Reflection .
Her blog is full of inspiring ideas like this one!
I love this DIY Card!
You can find Kristy also on Facebook/Twitter/Shop.
Follow along!
 
Happy New Year!

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Hi there! After years of working in interior design, I fueled my passion for DIY into my own little corner dedicated to creativity. I am grateful that blogging has given me the opportunity to do what I love and share my passion for transforming, creating and reinventing with our readers.
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One Response to DIY Photo Calendar

  1. So happy sharing at The 36th Ave again. Here’s to a fresh start – Happy New Year Everyone!

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