Sunday, December 20, 2009

Cubicle Calendar

Like so many people I live in a cubicle during the day and unfortunately that is where I spend most of my waking hours. I am part of a system replacement project at work that kicks off on 1-4-2010 and there will be 16 of us in a confined space for the next year. With that our cubicles are staying behind at our main building and they are moving us into a different building.

I thought it would be a great idea to introduce my new team mates to the world of Magnolia's so I decided to make each one a calendar. I am calling these cubicle calendars.

I just took a small piece of card stock - 4 1/4 x 7 1/4 and decorated it with a stamp and a miniature tear off calendar that I printed and assembled. I found the calendar over at Split Coast Stampers by doing an internet search on free mini calendars.

Here is the first of 16.
I used Oops Tilda for this one. The person I made it for loves to bake in her spare time so this is the first stamp I thought of when thinking of her. I added some little trinkets I had to go with the theme.

The DP is from DCWV Kitchen stack. I colored two of the Oops Tilda's, cut out pieces and layered them on top of the first Tilda to give her dimension.


Here is a close up of Tilda.

Thanks for stopping by and visiting with me today.

19 comments:

KymKreates said...

That is such a sweet idea and so sweet of you to do! Please share the others when you have them on print!
KymKreates

Scrubbybubbles(sue) said...

Awwww...this is adorable!! great job!! your coloring is fantastic and the DP is perfect for this. :P

Angelwood said...

This is lovely! Your coloring is beautiful of course. Your co-workers will love these adorable calendars. Wonderful project! hugs, Angela

Patricia Garcia said...

Awesome Steph, this is very sweet of you. Love your coloring!!

Hugs,
Patricia

Ellen (aka ScrapStampnMama) said...

Oh, this is just adorable, you did a fantastic job coloring this...great idea!

Anary said...

This is the sweetest thing!

Barb Hardeman said...

What a super great idea! I love it! Your coloring is fantastic and I think that image is perfect for a cook! Way to go!

Tracey said...

Absolutely adorable!! I love this!!

Mindy (Scrappy and Piggy) said...

adorable Stephanie!!!!

cabio's craft corner said...

Hi Stephanie, Cute card and great layered job on Tilda!
Hugs,
Cabio

LINDA said...

Hi Stephanie,Such a great gift to
the people that you will be working
with.You have your work cut out for you. LOL
Linda W.

Cami said...

Hi Stephanie! This is a wonderful gift to give your "cubicle" neighbors at work! They will love these!!! I can't wait to see the rest you are working on. Great job! Hugs, Cami

Kerry D-C said...

waaaaaaay CUTE!!

Debra James said...

I Love this. What a clever, niffty little pressie and your right what a Great way to introduce Tilda to your friens. Im sure they will love them. Fabulous project. Hugs Debra

Karen Arthur said...

This is so cute and a great idea... I think I will make a couple of these. Great Job!!
Hugs, Karen

Jackie Thomas said...

What a great gift Stephanie. You have done a great job. xo Jackie

Patti.Jo said...

So cute and terrific work! Your gifts will be appreciated all year long!

Candy said...

WOW you have been so very busy and how wonderful you are to be so thoughtful to all of those you work with.
This is a delight!! Just gorgeous work!!! Thanks so much for sharing!
Hugs, Candy

Lauren said...

So cute! She will love it!

Lauren

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