Friday, 16 November 2012

Friday Freebie Calendar pages

Hello everyone and again a very warm welcome to all my new followers!
This week and for the next 5 weeks to follow, I am going to do something slightly different:
Each week I will post two new 6 x 4 pages that can be the foundation for a home made calendar, so for the next few weeks, expect two new months each time. I am providing the backgrounds for you that you can embellish to your hearts content. Beautiful 2013 calendars to add to the backgrounds can be downloaded for free on the wonderful blog of "Call me Victorian" HERE
Here are January and February (and I apologize to my Southern Hemisphere visitors, as they are very wintry....)
This one can be printed as is, the two same images below can be re-sized in a photo editing programme.

Each year I make my own desk top calendar, here is a picture of one of the months of 2012
If you want to know how I made the stand for it, just email me and I am happy to write up a description.
Hope this has given you some ideas and inspiration and like always thanks for stopping by, your lovely comments always make my day!


Unknown said...

Thank you for such lovely background images. You are always so generous. I would love to know how you made your desktop calender!!!

Mickey's Craft World said...

As always...amazing!! Thanks for the freebie!!!


Barb said...

What wonderful pages, as always, thanks for sharing.
Happy week-end.

Sandy said...

Thanks Sweetie, these are lovely.
Have a wonderful weekend.

Andrea said...

Thanks so lot for your wonderful and nice work!Love your freebies!
Big hug

Maryann Laursen said...

Thank you soooo much Astrid, these are absolutely gorgeous, and I can already imagine, how beautiful this calendar can be with all these pages.
You are sooo sweet and generous always to share these wonderful things.
Have a great week-end ahead.

Ellen said...

Hello Astrid, this is a great idea. Thank you so much. I'm looking forward to the others ;-).

Hugs and have a nice weekend,

chrissie said...

Terrific idea and your pages are wonderful

Love Chrissie xx

Ephemera said...

Ooooh fab idea Astrid, the freebies are fabulous. I adored the calender you made last year. Can't believe another year has flown by, unbelievable. xx

Jennie Atkinson said...

Beautiful images Astrid and a lovely idea. I've not made a calendar before, but had thought to do a monthly journal next year, so I think they would be lovely for that.

Jennie Atkinson said...

Meant to say your calendar is absolutely gorgeous!

Sophie said...

Eine wunderschöne Idee.
Danke für das Geschenk, liebe Astrid.

Liebe Grüße

Unknown said...

Desk top calendar sounds wonderful I would love to know how you made it I would love to have a go at making one

Ros Crawford said...

Thanks Astrid ... always lovely papers

fairyrocks said...

Gorgeous digi work. I have been thinging of doing a calendar lately. Thanks for the inspiration. Keep smiling and creating

Marion said...

You've done it again Astrid! These beautiful pages, and the ones to come, will keep your exquisite artwork before your many, many fans every day. Thank you Astrid.


Anjas-Artefaktotum said...

Amazing pages, love the romantic vintage look. Thank you so much for sharing.
Wish you a nice weekend,
hugs Anja

Unknown said...

Gorgeous, the page from your desk calendar is so pretty! I'd love to do some of these, thanks for the inspiration!

Catherine SIWCZAK said...

thank you ! this is gorgeous !

sandys7118 said...

Thank you so much for your generousity! These are beautiful and I am so excited to see what the rest of the collection will be! I love your artwork and your freebies! Thank you so much!

Her Art Nest said...

Thank you so much for these images. I have my first two pages ready to go. Can't wait for Friday! Hugs, Nan

Unknown said...

Simply beautiful tags. Thank you for gifts. Narnt

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