We have had a HUGE response for the calendar pages over the past 24 hours and have sent out over 100 calendar templates. So for those of you that mentioned you are making Christmas presents with them I thought I would mention a link to another post we did last year using the same calendar template and clear CD case to create another type of desktop calendar.
You can read about it here. Again, were talking super simple.
I also got these pictures from my friend Cecile Nichols of what she made with her calendar pages. Totally ingenious right? The block of wood is 6 x 1 1/2" and is decorated on all sides.
On a side note, I stopped in at Michaels yesterday for some glue and glitter (because a girl always needs more glitter during the holidays) and saw that they had one of my very favorite Martha Stewart holiday stamps in again. I love these little wood mounted snowflakes so much. Once you open the package you just can't stop stamping.
Last year I had a few friends come over to make tags for presents using simple shipping tags in varying sizes and these snowflakes. I put out all the supplies including different color stamp pads and red and white bakery twine and said, "have at it". Everyone went home with tags in hand, ready for the holiday season.
I made these tags I made with the snowflake set for all the cookie/candy boxes that went out last year. I used a bit of unconventional colors that worked well together, red, aqua (from the set) and a limey green color, it worked great with the red check bow.
The small word stamp is from Cats Life Press another favorite company.
So I am suggesting to run, don't walk to Michaels to get this stamp set.
Seriously million ways to use the 12 snowflakes.