Friday, 13 January 2017

Desktop Calendar with Detailed Dragonfly Thinlits


These Detailed Dragonfly Thinlits just cry out for copper foil, I think. They were the finishing touch of this very simple project we created at my Christmas Hygge Night.

The calendar is really easy to make; just half a sheet of A4 (cut lengthways) scored at 10.5cm, 13.5cm, 16.5cm and 27cm. Fold this piece to create the stand-up bit then decorate as desired.

It was such a happy accident that the curved sprig from Foxy Friends fit the shape perfectly!

We added a little pocket for a notepad (I have LOADS of these notepads; they must have been a bargain!) and a calendar tab. We were going to add a pen but I couldn’t find them in time – but the craft room is tidy now so no more excuses!





2 comments:

  1. This is lovely are you going to do a video??????

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    1. Glad you like it, Maggie. Sorry - I won't be doing a video for many reasons. They are extremely time-consuming to produce so I won't be going down that route I'm afraid.

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