This is my March 4 x 6 Horizontal Picture Calender. It fits nicely inside an acrylic frame. To see a picture of the frame and download information for the calender, see my January 4 x 6 Horizontal Picture Calender post.
Because its usually still winter here in Wisconsin during the month of March, I chose a winter scene of my yard for the photograph. The photograph can be easily removed and replaced with a new one because I used photo corners. This way, if sometime during the month I become 'bored' looking at this photo, I can replace it with a new one.
The image is from the retired Stampin Up! set 'A Tree for All Seasons'. I stamped it directly on a piece of 4 x 6 white cardstock and colored it with my copic markers. I sponged the edges of the cardstock with Stampin Up! 'Bashful Blue' ink. I matted the photograph and the calender on Bazzil light blue cardstock.
Its only 54 degrees in my house today. My hands are going numb as I write this. My husband ripped out our old oil furnace and is in the process of replacing it with in-floor heating, but he has no idea if it will actually work yet. Thank goodness we have a wood stove to provide some heat or we'd really be in trouble! If the in-floor heating doesn't heat the house well enough, we'll get by with our wood stove until we can get a gas furnace put in.
Till tomorrow, Amy