A few weeks ago I did a post about the bookmarks I made to coordinate with my 2013 calendar. I had a request to make a cupcake wrapper from the bookmark so I took the bookmark image and duplicated it to create an all over design. Next I found a basic cupcake wrapper template shape and used that to mask so that just the cupcake wrapper shape showed the “Stand Ye in Holy Places” design.
Stand Ye in Holy Places – cupcake wrappers
The cupcake wrappers are being used as part of a birthday gift for the young women at church. To go along with the Stand in Holy places theme for the year, each young woman is getting a fuzzy pair of socks coiled up in the cupcake wrapper to look like a cupcake. I had a photo of the finished project but I seem to have deleted it. If I get another photo I’ll add it here. You are welcome to use either of these images for any non-commercial project.
While I was working on my calendar for 2013 I planned a bookmark to go along with this year’s theme for the youth in our church. Because of the size I planned the calendar to be I thought I would be able to print some bookmarks in the wasted space on the edge of the page. But I made a mistake and didn’t make the calendar the size that I thought I was making it and so I didn’t end up having space there. I’m still not sure how I’m going to use these bookmarks but I thought I’d share them here in case anyone wants to use them. Feel free to use them for any non-commercial purpose. The colors I used here are geared for the young women but if someone wants different colors let me know and I can easily add some more colors.
I got my 2013 Calendar finished last week. Now I’m finally getting around to posting about it. It evolved during the process and although I’m happy with the results it isn’t what I thought it would be when I started. I thought I would do something that could be printed in black and white but in the end it looked better with the colored backgrounds. I wish I had made the backgrounds myself but I didn’t. I didn’t have enough time for that. It was fun working with paper a pencil and I think I’ll find reason to mix some more of that in with all the computer stuff in the future. Feel free to make copies of the calendar for your personal use. I hope you have a great year in 2013.