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stampinginsc 08-22-2004 10:43 AM

ISO (inexpensive) blank calendars
I'm wanting to do a 2005 calendar class and the SU calendars are just too expensive. My grandma recently bought one at a scrapbook store for $3.95. Does anyone know where I can find these?

thanks in advance for your help!


stampcrazygirl 08-22-2004 11:04 AM

I would also like to know!

papercuties 08-23-2004 05:40 PM

I have seen tham at some of the major retail craft stores (JoAnns, Michaels, PatCatans). I actually bought one at PatCatans last year. I believe you may also find one in a Current (Times to Cherish) catalog- not 100% on that though.

crazy4stamps 08-23-2004 06:29 PM

Inexpensive calendars
I make up my own on my computer. I have Print Artist Gold (I'm sure there are newer versions out there) and I can also make them from a few other computer programs I have, ones that make calendars and cards, they're easy to find in the computer software sections. Look in the stores, I bought mine at Target for $9.95 and use it so much that it's paid for itself many times over.
I print my calendar pages out on cardstock, that way I have it ready to make scrap pages or a place to put card samples to show off at parties. Our Office Max will spiral bind them for me for a few dollars and they look just like the professionals do.
HTH, LeAne in MN.

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