Wednesday, September 5, 2012

Maculine Desk Calendars

Sharing two masculine desk calendars I made for 2013.
I used the easel card design to make these.
Supplies used:
These will be included in some masculine Christmas gifts this year!

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Karen Letchworth said...

This is amazing, Esther. It's SUCH a blessing to have you right back in the challenges again. I SO enjoyed having you as a Guest Designer, but of course...missed your entries. Thanks for all the ways you support Word Art Wednesday, and please know that I thank our Lord Jesus for YOU! I appreciate you and hope you are having a great week filled with His richest blessings.
Word Art Wednesday

Patti P. said...

I love easel anything and this is such a great idea. Your sea theme is so pretty and thanks so much for the calendar link....I made some as gifts last year and needed to get a push to make some for this holiday. Thanks for the inspiration.

krcmasterpiece said...

What a great gift! Men are so hard to impress-but this is going to go over well!

Thanks for entering in our challenge this week @ Word Art Wednesday!

Being Mrs Miles said...

Hi Esther,

I keep forgetting that a calendar card would be a cool idea - thanks to visiting you here I'll have that seed planted in my mind.

I bet the GUY who receives this will think its totally the best greeting ever.


Winnie said...

Esther: Love this calendar! The nautical theme is perfect for a man, or a woman (like me) who loves all those elements. I wanted to thank you for the kind words on my Jane Austen Tag and for "Pinning" it. I was tickled and it made my day.

Wendy Swenne said...

What a sweet gift you've made!

Thanks so much for playing along with us on WAW.
Have a blessed weekend.


Jennifer said...

Such great masculine gifts! Love the compasses!

Gemiel said...

Esther, I love these calendar cards and I know the men who receive them will love them too. Its so good to see some masculine cards. I think we sometimes forget to make gifts for the men in our lives. That is so thoughtful of you. Thanks for blessing us at Word Art Wednesday this week.

Christa said...

What a great idea to use the easel card design for these! I'll have to keep that in mind if I get a chance to make some of these.