Cookie Sheet Calendar

Supplies Needed:
Cookie Sheet (make sure it's magnetic!!)
Scrapbook Paper
Mod Podge
Number Stickers
Circle Magnets
Rectangle Wood Pieces
LOTS of odds and ends
(ie. dice, buttons, game pieces, puzzle pieces, dominos, old keys, etc.)

My friend and I made this one.
Before we started, we sanded the cookie sheet to hlep the paint stick better, otherwise the spray paint with just bead up. Add you scrapbook paper, cut strips to make the squares for the days, and a spot for the month at the top. We used objects that we had laying around and even shopped at stores to find "the perfect things". Sea shells, buttons, game pieces, cookie cutters, etc. We added vinyl lettering numbers to some and put scrapbook numbers on the others to label each day. For each month, we used a rectangle piece of wood and mod podged the paper onto it. We found all sorts of cute odds and ends (that we found laying around our houses) to add to each month. The month pieces fit perfectly onto the back of the cookie sheet for storage!

Happy Calendaring!


Mass Hole Mommy said...

Wow, that is super cute! I'm your newest follower!

Twee Poppets said...

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Megan Whitney said...

Love it! New follower from TTA! :)

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Lori@ Paisley Passions said...

What a fun idea!!! Just popping over from Today's Creative Blog :)
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Judy said...

Thanks for following. im now following back. I love this project!

vanessa @ silly eagle books said...

this thing is awesome!

Nikki said...

Thanks for stopping by my blog...you have some awesome ideas here.

mae said...

we <3 your blog!


MaryBerry Boutique said...

oh my heck couod that be any cuter?!:) i love it so cute!

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michelle@somedaycrafts said...

This is a cute one! I've seen a few cookie sheet calendars, but I really think yours is one of the best. Love the months! Great numbers!

Staci J said...

That is really darling!! I LOVE that you can swap out the months:)
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Have a great week!

Ben and Carrie Tracks said...

Super creative and fun.... will go on my "to do" in the future list...in my head, but - possibly Christmas presents?? Glad to have come across your blog, excited to follow :)


Nickie said...

Now that is cute! I could never come up with something like that... it'd be a good mom and kid project I think. Hmmm... gives me ideas.

Ok, I totally love your blog. I'm your newest follower, coming from Welcome Wednesday!!


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WAY TOO CUTE! Love your blog!

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Cecily said...

I love your calendar! The whole thing turned out fantastic! Bravo!

Chris said...

What a fun idea. I love magnets and playing with old cookie sheets.

Terrell said...

I'm loving this idea! How clever!! I am happy to be your newest blog follower and would love to have you as a friend at FrouFrouDecor! I'm hosting at link party/giveaway every Friday and would love to have you link up your finds!! Hope to see you there!!
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wow! another super great idea :) come on over and link up on Monday to MMM!!!

Kat @ Black Kats Design said...

What a cute project! I love how it turned out.

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Becky@Beyond The Picket Fence said...

Very cute and pretty easy too--I think I will help my daughter make one for grandma for Christmas.