Hope everyone had a great Thanksgiving.
If you sent me an email I’ll try to get to it soon. One of the emails I received over the long weekend was from from Albertine Press. Shelley wanted to tell me about her limited-edition, hand-marbled 2008 calendar. I was unfamiliar with the term hand-marbled. Here is Shelley’s explanation of the calendar “Each sheet of each calendar is an original work of art, no two alike (except in general pattern). There’s a different pattern for each month, and the month blocks are letterpress printed onto the gorgeous, luscious Pescia paper.”
Each calendar is signed and numbered.
Thanks for the email Shelley!
Yesterday when I got home from work the calendar I ordered from Cecily ink was waiting for me. I just wanted to say it’s even more beautiful in person. I bought it for a gift so unfortunately I had to wrap it back up. There was also an awesome gift tag included with the calendar. The whole package was just perfect.
Sarah recently emailed me to tell me about her 2008 gocco calendar for sale on etsy. I’m a huge fan of Sarah’s work and I have posted about her shop in the past. The calendars are 5″ x 7″ and printed on 110 lb solar white cover stock. The calendar pages are kept together with a bulldog clip. You can purchase one right here.
Thanks for the email Sarah!
I’m still having trouble posting images in blogger. I’m not sure what the issue is but I’m hoping it resolves itself soon.
In the meantime check out Holly’s Calendar Roundup posts over at Decor8. Holly showcases some great calendar finds. This is making my decision on which one to buy very difficult. How many calendars are too many??!! Click here for Part One and click here for Part Two.
Another beautiful 2008 calendar. I love Satsuma Press and was so happy to get an email from Lynn this morning announcing this calendar is now for sale on etsy. Two-hundred calendars were printed on 100% Crane’s cotton Lettra paper in pearl white. The calendars are hand tied with silk ribbon. I’m thinking of buying one as a gift.
I also liked the holiday bird cards shown above. These cards come packaged in a set of 3. I really like the simplicity of the holiday season represented in these cards.
This is a handmade limited edition calendar from the etsy shop of Debi Van Zyl. It’s so cool. You can count down the year with concentric circles, each month getting smaller. The calendars are 4″ x 5.5″ and bound with a wooden strip.
spotted on Skinny laMinx
I love the look of this whole website. It’s fabulous. The calendar from PaPaYa (pictured above) is absolutely gorgeous. You can find anything in this shop. PaPaYa carries greeting cards, stationery sets, mini cards, calendars and much more!