Last night I had my local demo group Christmas party, the Inky Angel's.
We were to bring a gift that could be sold for 20$ at a craft fair, to be given in the Dirty Santa way. Dirty Santa and me do not mix well.
That's a Life story and I won't bother you with the detail's.
I made this info center after seeing the one in the SU catalog p 114. Go ahead and look if you have the catalog, you know you want to.
The original board came with a fabric piece in the center that had the ribbon criss crossing on it, I removed it so I could add the metal dry erase board and cork.
I kind of ran out of time to help my husband with his gift too.
So I didn't get to cover the pen and add the push pins.
I laminated the calender so who ever got it could write with the dry erase on that also.
Tried to laminate all the items that go with the calender, for wear and tear purposes, but the laminate did not take well with the circles, don't know why.
To the right bottom is a sticky note pad and you could add a picture to upper left hand side.
Overall I though it turned out pretty cute.
Oh and Melissa if you want to remove the Stampin Part to get more room out the dry erase please feel free, She snagged my gift for the last and final time.
Here is what I snagged I was one of the last to go out of 30 something gifter's.
I actually had my eye on them right from the beginning, SORRY Cheryl!!!
Kind of hid it so no one could take it from me! SHH!
These were made by Saundra Moser.I absolutely loved them.
This is my current favorite background stamp.
I'm so sad to see this one on the retired list.
But, can't wait to see what they come out with next.