digital freebie!

Ok, one of the things I do to save on the scrapbooking budget is to create embellishments on my own. When I was making the cover to my 2008 album, I knew I wanted a round, perpetual calendar embellishment. There are similar products fitting this description on the market, but my way didn't cost anything other than an hour of my time. Plus, I got the size I want, and I only had to do the work once. I can use this sweet baby time and time again in both a digital format or printed and cut out to use traditionally.
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And just for visiting my blog, you can download it here. I'd love to see what you do with it. Link to your project in the comments if you'd like to show me!

12 comments:

Maria said...

Thank you! Your blog post will be advertised on the DigiFree Digital Scrapbooking Freebie search engine today.

Melinda said...

Thanks for sharing your blog! It's awesome. I even went through and looked at ALL of your posts. It's too bad we live far enough away that I can't scrap with you and get ideas! BTW, I can see your perpetual calendar being used in my fridge! I would print a bunch and then stick them on containers and circle the month and day, then maybe my food would get chucked when I realize how old it is! And it would be scrappy in my fridge. :)

Emily said...

Hey Melinda- that's a really good idea for the calendars! I read through your blog/website this morning too :)

Kim said...

Thank you so much for sharing!

Julie said...

Thank you!! I have been wanting something like this for some time now!

Patamomma said...

Love your blog! THanks for the great freebie date thing...lol. I will put it to good use. Patty

tcmoniz said...

I love it! Thanks!!

Sue said...

I love this. Thank you so much.

Tinabina said...

I love little calendars like this. So much cuter than putting
"June 11, 2008" on a layout! (although I do that plenty too!) :) Thanks for sharing!

Lisa Marie said...

This is just super cute :) THank you for sharing!

Chan Family said...

Hi, I am from Hawaii and also a LDS. I've been reading your blog and thank you for all those scrapbooking tips and the tag freebie. I wish you are in Hawaii and able to teach a class in my ward...hee hee. Anyway, nice to meet you.

scrappinfor5 said...

Awesome!