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Birthday Calendar (4 of 4)

March 25, 2010

Sept

This is another one of my favorites!!!  I love how the little microbeads look like a slushy blended drink, or salt on the rim of the glass… OH, and crystal effects on the glasses… to make them look like shiny glass…  Oh my, love our hobby! 

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Check out the salt shaker! 

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October – ahhh… it's okay… much better in person!  The 2nd close up is a bit better – shows more detail and subtle shading effects.  This 1st photo is a bit dramatic…

I used the white gel pen for details on the black stamps… really brings out the details.

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November – loved the idea of this one… kinda disappointed… it will do…

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December – well, this is the ultimate flop!  I couldn't redo it…  I love the technique, but well, don't like the outcome here.  Oh well…

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Closed calendar – not pretty!  BUT, it's awesome!  it's full of special cards for special friends & family.  In the first post I mentioned I had come up with a way to store my cards for that month's birthdays…  the next photo is my trick!

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Envelopes stuck onto the backside of the stamped calendar.  Some months have 2 filled envelopes… other months have just one envelope.  Yep, it's ugly, but it works.  Oh, storing this thing…  again, ugly, but practical!

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So, this is my birthday calendar story.  If you can't tell, lot of love and effort went into the project.  I'm not in any hurry to make a new one…  I do think everyone needs one.  I do think it's an awesome gift…  I'd love to see yours!

Nolansiggy

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