Monday, December 1, 2014

December Calendar Page

The last calendar of 2014. My 2015 calendars are complete and ready to be gifted, so you'll start seeing them in January.

I did the embossing with Cuttlebug folders. I stamped the sentiment (from Paper Inspirations) on shimmery silver paper with Versamark and embossed with detail silver embossing powder.

If you are interested in printing your own calendars and would like to use my files, you can find a link to them under my blog title. I'd love to hear from you if you do!

Thanks so much for stopping by, and I hope you'll come back and visit again soon!

8 comments:

Debra Stang said...

I love the clean, crisp picture of this calendar. Nice job!

Sandy said...

Oh Lynette, how pretty this is! Those receiving your calendars are such lucky people.

Bea Connor said...

Beautiful scene for December. Your cards and calendars are just beautiful. You're very talented. I truly enjoy seeing your work.

Patti J said...

I always love when you share your calendar pages! This might be my favorite! Beautifully done, dear friend!

Leslie Miller said...

Wow! This is a beauty with all the embossing, both the dry on white and the silver sentiment. Hey... I received my very first Christmas card of the year and it had some mighty pretty embossing on white, too. Thank you, Lynette!

Mary said...

A perfect page for December. The silver,white and black ink are so beautiful together. I've enjoyed looking at your calendar pages each month Lynette. :)

Mary

Donna said...

Does anyone here use a Mac? I don't seem to be able to open the files - there isn't anything but a blank called "untitled." And also the same for trying to open the cutting instructions.
However, I can open and print the calendar using my iPad, but the files do not print correctly...but nothing on the Mac. Anyone know how to help me?
I'll keep on trying in the meantime to see if I can figure out what's wrong. Thanks for any help.

Donna said...

okay---I'm embarrassed....I just now realized that the Mac is downloading the files! (geez) Now I have to figure out how to edit the file to get them to print in the correct size.