Well, hello 2013! It’s off to a bit of a slow start at this house. I did manage to finish and upload a new printable calendar to the shop! It’s a 4×6 size, perfect for these cute IKEA frames. Easy and inexpensive gifts for teachers, coworkers, neighbors, and friends…makes a great January birthday gift! You can find them here.
…if you’ll be mine! New in the etsy shop is the Owl candy bar box for Valentine’s Day! These are quick and easy for teacher, neighbor, and co-worker gifts…and would be great little treats for school! These little boxes hold a full size Hershey’s chocolate bar. yum!
The download is available in the etsy shop. It comes with an instruction sheet, too, with several photos. But, just in case, I even did a little video to show you how easy these are to assemble.
Ok…same sob story as yesterday. Oldest still home, but I think it’s over. whew. Now on to the winner of the printable calendar…
That is Stephanie!
She left the comment…”Huge (new) fan! Love all the creative things I’ve stumbled across on your site. Thanks for giving us an opportunity to win some the creativity ”
Congrats…I’m emailing you now!
I’ve added another item to the shop. Remember when we made these? I’m using those same frames to make 2012 desk calendars. These are a great gift for teachers, co-workers, neighbors…just about anyone. Everyone needs a calendar!
Let’s give one of these away, too! Leave a comment on this post for one entry. If you’re a Facebook fan, you get another (just leave a separate comment that you are a fan). I’ll close the giveaway at 11 pm EST on Thursday night. I’ll draw a name on Friday morning. Good luck!
It’s a kit designed to make your holiday cards fun and easy this year. You’ll need photo editing software and a little bit of experience with it. Or, if you prefer, I can totally help you out with the whole thing. Your photo goes in the template and you digitally ‘stache the photo! Basically when its all said and done, you have a picture file you can send to any photo lab. I made the template in the two most common sizes for holiday cards, 4×8 and 5×7. I even added some extras, including a paper you can print for use as a family letter to include with your cards.
I want to give a set away! Simply leave a comment on this blog post by midnight eastern time on Wednesday, November 9th. I randomly choose a winner Thursday morning. The giveaway will be for a set of DIY templates, plus if you need help inserting a photo and mustaches, I’ll do that too!