Perpetual Calendar Wreath

Perpetual Calendar, Perfect Pairings, Sale-a-bration

This winter has been so strange weather-wise.  It snowed up here once in November and then turned warmer instead of colder.  December had no snow at all.  It was 60 degrees on Christmas Eve!  I used to love the snow.  It was fun to take the kids sledding and we all downhill skied.  Although I feel badly for the ski slopes, I am not sad it did not snow this year.  I think this means I am ready to go somewhere south during the winter.  I heard it was 82 in Florida on Christmas.  That might be a little weird but I think I could get used to it!

In any case, I made this spring card to celebrate the warmer winter.  I know.  That makes no sense but I am going with it.  I used the Perpetual Calendar stamp set to make it.  I took a glass and lightly drew a circle on the card with a pencil so I would have a shape to go by.  When I was done stamping I was able to just erase the pencil mark.  I actually found a mechanical pencil that erases really well.  It is made by Papermate and is called Clear Point 0.7m.  I don’t know why, but it erases without leaving a trace.

The sentiment is from a Sale-A-Bration set called Perfect Pairings.  This set has 9 wood mount or clear mount stamps and you can get it for free with a qualifying purchase!  You can also get an extra $25 in Hostess Benefits with a $250 workshop (or order) or join my Stampin Up! family and get a $155 worth of product for $99!


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2 thoughts on “Perpetual Calendar Wreath

  1. Oh WOW, Susan – your wreath is gorgeous!! What a clever idea. I love using the Perpetual Calendar set for making backgrounds – you’ve really made it shine with this wreath! I hope you don’t mind me ‘case’ing it (full credit to you, of course!)


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