Walkin’ on the beach…

Happy April Fool’s Day!  No foolin’ here today…just an April walk on the beach:

Maui Stamper April 2014 Easel Calendar

Have I mentioned how much I love making these simple little calendar pages?  There isn’t a lot of fanfare, and the embellishment is minimal if there at all.   It’s just the dates and a suggestion of a theme for the month.

  • Stamps:  By the Seashore and Gorgeous Grunge
  • Color Palette:  Whisper White, Pool Party and Crumb Cake

This soothing page will remind me to get out the door and take my beach walk every morning…not that I need a lot of encouragement.  It’s one of my favorite indulgences and it’s something I never take for granted.

The Maui Stampers run an itty-bitty blog tour the first of the month.  I hope you’ll spend a little time April-foolin’ around and check out what Crystal and Cheryl have done for their calendars this month.  Thanks for stopping by!


2 thoughts on “Walkin’ on the beach…

  1. I love your calendar pages. How do you get the calendar printed? Is there a link you use for that? I had the SU calendar acrylic frame and pages from last year’s calendar and I was disappointed that they didn’t offer new pages for it this year. I thought about making my own, but cannot find a good calendar link to print. Thanks!


    1. Nancy, I have a template that I use. Last year I sold calendars as a DIY project and I expect to do the same this year.

      I know you can search for printable calendars but I don’t know how to make them fit in the frame. I know you can do it on MDS though. You would select a custom size based on your frame and then import the calendar into the page. You could even do the design on MDS and print it ready to go!


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