My first idea uses the Dress Shaped Card Set to create a holder for the small square calendar. (You can also see the Dress Banner I created a while back here.) I cut one layer from printed paper and two from 110# paper to make it very sturdy. The dress is glued to a vintage doll's dress hanger.
The calendar is also printed on 110# paper, cut and stacked, then attached by a decorated clothespin. This will make it super easy to change out each month and to changed the entire calendar to 2015.
Regina's calendar set makes it so easy to add an image. I had found this sweet vintage Meadow Gold calendar with drawings by Mary Blair. I added those to the square 2014 calendar and printed the set on 110# manila paper.
I used a hanger to display this calendar, too! Here's a close up showing the glittered heart.
The last calendar uses the Framed Card Set. I also stamped each frame shape with a vintage type image.
Very simple to print and then cut the shape with the Cameo. I printed three months in the center of an 8 1/2 x 11 sheet of 110# cardstock. Then cut one frame shape on the Cameo to use as a guide. I layered the guide on top of the printed calendar and lined it up inside the cut.
Then I just placed the two pieces back on the mat using the guide cut to line up where the printed calendar needed to be placed.
I love old flower frogs so that was a perfect choice for me to display this calendar. Hope you are inspired to use the 2014 Calendar set from The Cutting Cafe to make your own unique calendars. If you would like to win the three sets, be sure to mention that you would like to win in your comment. So glad you came by - have a wonderful week!
(I'll be linking up at Make It Monday.)