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31

2010 Desktop Calendar

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One more day until I make the draw for the FREE pass to Ustamp with Dawn and Friends 2010 with Love event.  If you haven’t already sent me an entry, you have until noon tomorrow!

I thought I would share with you one of the projects I made this week using a template I got as part of the UStamp 2009 Yearend Blowout event ending today.  This tutorial came from the very talented designer, Tracey Old.  This calendar took me about 20 minutes in total to make – that’s my kind of project!!

 

2010calendarproject

There are quite a few new products I used here – if you haven’t seen a preview of the new items available January 5th – here’s a sneak peek!  Don’t you just love using a punch for the first time??? 

Supplies used:

Stamps – Whimsical Words (SAB set)

Paper and Ink – Taken with Teal, So Saffron, Old Olive, Sweet Pea dsp (Occasions mini)

Supplies – Old Olive ribbon, Scallop Trim punch (SAB item), Beautiful Wings Embosslits die (Occasions mini), texturz plate and Big Shot, dimensionals, binder clip

Happy New Year to all my stampin’ friends!!!

TTFN!

Natasha

 

Categories : UStamp with Dawn

Comments

  1. Yvonne says:

    Congrads to you Natasha! Oh it must be so exciting to be choosen to design for Ustamp. Wow what an honor and an achievment!!!!

    I like the traditional wood stamps. Sorry..I am so use to them and I really have a problem getting my stamps on the blocks straight. With the Acrylic stamps I have to worry every time I use them if I have them on correctly.And for some reason I can not get the rubber to stay on the block good.

    Any way I would love to be choosen for a free pass! Pick me…..

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