Friday, February 27, 2009

Memory Calendars

Just released! Our newest product is making its grand debut at the St. George Family History Expo. It's a calendar that you can use year after year! Feature family faces on important dates and you've got a treasured keepsake that is uniquely yours.

So, whaddaya think? We might be a little biased, but we think they're fabulous and have had a blast testing the process by making a few. Hope my sis doesn't see this blog before she gets her birthday gift! Check out how easy it is to format your pictures for the buttons by using our exclusive Photo Wizard. We're still waiting for our programmer to add this project's dimensions to our software, but we figured out an easy workaround by using the Face Button for the Memory Tree option. Just alter the scaling ratio to 70% for round buttons and 80% for the square shape. We know, the instructions implicitly state that you're supposed to print at 100%. Contact us if you need more information!

Our featured calendars are displayed using a metal easel, but they look equally wonderful hanging on the wall. Just punch through the paper (holes have been pre-drilled) and complete with a ribbon. They also look great in a frame. Try finishing one with chalkboard paint so you can add messages, when needed. Suni's mom came up with her own perfect way to display these calendars. Just apply four super-strong magnets to the back of the board and attach it to any metal surface, like a refrigerator or filing cabinet. Wow! Such versatility!!

We have had so much fun putting this project together. We even have holiday buttons so you can highlight those memory-making moments throughout the year!

Our Memory Calendars are now listed in our Etsy store. We're also working to get them on the website, but that's not going to happen until late March. Our programmer is booked until the end of the month and he's banned me from touching the code since I know just enough to break things!

We'd really like to know what you think!


Katie Gauger said...

These are really cute. My daughter and I went to Swiss Days and I purchased a darling magnet board and the wood squares and circles to do family tree magnets. I loved it and your store had such darling things. Thanks for your talent!

Anonymous said...

My mom bought me a calendar kit in Nauvoo. I love it. I definitely need that second button pack, though - we just have so many special days! Thanks so much for creating these.

Noreen said...

It looks like a great, fun idea! And really colorful to hang. I love it.