An altered calendar – January

Posted: January 26, 2014 in Calendars
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A  local energy company sent a wall calendar to all of their customers. It is ok. The calendar has very good pictures of all things energy; electricity, water, heat, and so on. But come on, it is a bit lame despite the nice pictures and I was going to throw it in the recycling bin. But then I though ‘heyyyyy, I’m a crafter, I can do something with it’. And so I did my own picture which I glued on top of the energy company’s picture. There, now I can put the calendar on the wall. This is January. Click the image for a bigger one.

This is how it looks when it is on the wall.

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