Welcome to Day 3 of Calendar Week! Today I will show you a couple of ways to put together a desktop calendar.
Due to the smaller format, I find that desktop calendars are quicker to put together than wall calendars. I also love that it's easy for me to put them together at home. I have designed a few over the years, and in most cases I used pictures from scenes around our home.
CD Case Calendar
Here are a couple of pages from a CD case I made a few years ago.
I decorated the background with digital scrapbooking papers by Jenn Barrette, and also printed out a few digital embellishments and adhered them with pop dots to add some dimension.
I repurposed an old CD case to use as the holder for the calendar. I printed these at home, on my old but trusted printer (a multi-function printer and scanner by HP), on matte paper (my favorite for hybrid projects).
I recently put together a 2014 desk calendar using templates by Paislee Press. This calendar was so quick to make! The templates are in .PSD files, so you need Photoshop or Photoshop Elements to use them. All I had to do was pick my photos, and print them out. The photo selection was by far the longest part of this process.
For the theme of the calendar, I chose scenes from around our home. These pictures make me so happy - I love our home and it will be really nice to have this calendar on my desk at work. This is how I will be displaying my new desk calendar.
Once the month is passed, the calendar page can transition to my Project Life album.. which brings us to tomorrow's theme - using calendars in mini album and pocket page scrapping!