Tuesday, December 4, 2012

On the fourth day of Christmas . . .

Welcome to Day Four of MyPaperCrafting.com's 3rd Annual 25 Days of Crafting Showcase!  Each and every day from December 1st through December 25th the 25+ Design Team members will be bringing you tons of holiday inspiration, daily freebies and weekly giveaways.

One of the free files that Melin is giving away today is a printable 2013 calendar.  She is also giving away a wonderful swirled heart cutting file and an adorable bee digi stamp, too!  I used the calendar and two different Cricut cartridges for my "Hearts & Candy" themed project today.

Here is my February calendar page:

And here is the recipe:
  • Cricut Designer's Calendar cartridge -- February cut at 1 /2" tall.  Scalloped mat cut at 6 1/4" w x 4 1/4" tall.
  • Cricut Sweet Shop cartridge -- truffles cut at 1 1/4" wide; candy cut at 1 7/8" wide; chocolate-covered strawberries cut at 1 1/2" wide.
  • The year was cut using Sure Cuts A Lot (SCAL) and I used a font called "Berkley."
  • All of the paper was from my scrap stash.
  • I used clear and hot pink Stickles to give my candy some bling!
Thanks for stopping by!  I hope you'll head on over to MyPaperCrafting.com and check out what the other Designers whipped up.  Make sure you download the free files and leave a comment to qualify for the weekly giveaway.  See you back here tomorrow for Day Five!

~ Jen


Melinda Beltran said...

What a super sweet calendar treat. This would be a pleasure to look at all February long! Although I don't think it would help me with need to lose weight....ROFL! Thank you my friend!

Patty said...

OMG...I love this!! Perfect colors for February! I have downloaded the calendar & can't wait to decorate it & put it together!

Sandy Palmer said...

What a wonderful, SWEET calendar page! Those strawberries are amazing!

Brenda said...

Love your calendar page Jen! Your candies and sweets look amazing!!

Suzanne cricutcraftingrammyblogspot.com said...

Jen such a cute calendar page. I love love love the chocolate covered strawberries. YUMMY!!!!!

Anonymous said...

Jen, I love all your coordinated pinks! Your sweets look good enough to eat . . .

Donna said...

Love the page! Thank you for including your measurements in the recipe!