Happy New Year!
It is that time of year again- time for a new calendar!! I just wanted to sincerely thank you for supporting my small business this past year. While I didn't take many custom orders or blog much due to mental health, I did keep crafting just for me. I personally have mostly switched over to Photo and Video, but I want to keep sunflowers and stitches for my craft projects and art, I still occasionally post to IG. I appreciate each one my followers and customers so much. I wanted to share a gift with you for 2020. It is something very special- my 2020 Temple watercolor calendar. This year the my calendar is inspired by Temples of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints. These buildings are very special to me because in them individuals and families make special promises with God. I am grateful to have been sealed to my sweet husband for time and all eternity.
You can print and share it for free, just credit me when reposting it. (Continue reading to find download link below.) I hope my temple calendar brings joy and color to your home, happy 2020!
Special thanks to my friend Tobie. In attempt to keep creating through my loneliness and mental health issues this past year I began doing weekly craft days with my friend Tobie. We would do something different each week; sometimes it was painting, sometimes it was clay, and once we made custom t-shirts on a Cricut. I taught her how to make clay jewelry and she's taken up watercolor/ calligraphy on her own too. Tobie has started her own IG page that you can follow to support her art journey, it is @TOBIEISARTSY. This was a fun collaboration to do with her. She did all of the calligraphy for each month name. I'm sure she has some wonderful things coming soon! Thanks for your help Tobie.
Download the calendar as a PDF document HERE for free. Easy to print!
Protip: I trim off about .5 inch from each side of the 8.5x11 printed pages to become 7.5x11 and then I hang mine on a painted clipboard for display. It helps give the pages a clean and slim look.
Organized but Colorful.
Aspire to Inspire.