Edited: I've reworked the templates - see changes below!
I'm working on a project that I can't share (yet), but wanted to share a sneak peek of sorts with you:
This is a scan of a calendar that I've put together in Excel (well, page two of it, anyway). It's sized to use for coaster calendars and the like, and I've covered all the months from April 2009 through December 2010. I'm offering it as a freebie for you.
I'm going to work on a pdf version, too, but I don't have time today. (see edit below) The font is called "Flinglet", and matches the Close to My Heart Chocolate Alphabet, which is really pretty, and which I love! Here's hoping that I'm linking this up properly:
Download Calendar - Flinglet - this is an Excel file
Edited to add: It's come to my attention that if you don't have the Flinglet font installed on your computer, Excel will print in a default font. If you need help with this, please email me using the link in my sidebar. Thanks!
Edited again: Kathleen (on one of my Yahoo groups) converted the file to a pdf for me, bless her!
Download Calendar - Flinglet - this is a pdf file
There are four pages,
and the margins are slightly different on them (sorry -time crunches again), so you can't just stack them to trim them down. I've edited them so that now you can stack and cut them as follows:
- Trim 1/2" from LEFT side of sheets
- Cut calendar strip to 3" wide
- Trim 1" from LEFT side of remaining strip
- Cut remaining calendar strip to 3" wide
- Trim 3/4" off TOP of strip
- Trim calendar to 2 1/2" high
- Repeat steps 5 and 6 to end of strip
- Repeat for second stack o' strips
I hope those cutting directions make sense, and I hope you find a fun use (or two or six) for them! Have a great day, and thanks for stopping by!