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The chalkboard calendar



Madoka here.


Today,I'd like to  share the calendar with  Chalkboard Paint.


1. I painted Square Journal Board  with Chalkboard Paint.



2. I drew ruled lines in it using Stamper's Big White Pen.

And wrote in it day of the week.

But I wrote the date and  plans in PITT* Pastel Pencils.

PITT* Pastel Pencils can be easily erased with an eraser. So I can update a calendar when the month changes.



3. Painted another Board with Chalkboard Paint and stamped it with Stamper's Big White Pen.



4.Created  texture with Whipped Spackle and the stencil.



5.I made embellishments  using  Gelatos® and Gesso and Stamper's Big Brush Pen Black .



This is the page of July. 

Whenever the month changes, I'm going to make pages newly with  the photos which I took in the month.

And finally, I want to complete it as a year album .


Thank you.



Faber Castell Design Memory Craft ® supplies 

Chalkboard Paint

Square Journal Board

Stamper's Big Brush Pen Black

Stamper's Big White Pen

 Whipped Spackle


PITT* Pastel Pencils


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Wow!!! I love that look! Gorgeous! Something like that would be perfect for my kitchen!!! Hugs, Susanne.

Fabulous calendar Madoka!!!
Great idea to transform it into an album too, it will be like a family diary :)

darling, darling, darling!

Such a great project.

I thought I posted here - must've been FB! LOL!

I LOVE THIS IDEA~! Definitely will try this :) SO clever to use this all year around and at the end, have a wonderful dynamic album for 2014! GREAT JOB <3

Thanks everyone!!

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