Pigtails by Jazmin Cruz

There’s nothing like a good cup of tea to calm the nerves down. However I do love coffee or cappuccino in the morning (my savior to get me through the day). Although I like tea in the afternoon with a bit of honey. So far my, favorite tea is peppermint, lemon and orange. What’s your type of tea?

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I was in the bookstore a few days ago and noticed that they’re not selling calendars any more. I suppose if you didn’t get to buy them early in the year, you won’t get to buy one now. I decided to make my own.

5 Easy steps after you have download the PDF file.

First thing is, to download the PDF file here. I have 2 templates for A4 and Letter size.

Use A4 or Letter size board, about 200-220 GSM to print the design so that it will be strong.

You will need: scissors or cutter, glue, ruler, a cutting mat (optional) and pens.

Step 1: Cut the printed template onto the cutting mat. You can use old newspaper or magazine as your cutting mat.

Step 2: Before you fold them, write down the month and year onto the printed calendar. You can make the numbers bigger or smaller so you can write some important dates.

Step 3: On the dotted lines of the templates. Use one of the sharp tip of your scissors to help add crease on the board. Don’t press to hard as not to ruin the design.

Step 4. Add glue on the flap.

Step 5: Voila! The final look for the calendar. Now you can display on your desk to keep you reminded of your dates.

Cute little square Pigtails stationery. Here you can download and print it for free. I designed 12 of them and it fits perfectly to a 8.5” x 11” inches or letter size paper.

Using a cutter or scissors to cut them carefully and equally. Each square is approximately 7cm x 7cm. Just be careful when you use a cutter though. You don’t want to hurt yourself.

After you have cut them, you can use to put on your notes or little reminders of things to do. Perhaps you can even use it for your scrapbook like to add your notes about that event.

Please recycle paper. Since only one side of the print is all you need for this. 🙂

Enough me talking, you can download them here.

According to the weather forecast, we might be experiencing 4 typhoons that might head this way in the Philippines. So be prepared and bring your umbrella and rain coat with you at all times!

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I love stationery and I can’t help myself to make one. Here’s something for you to download and print. Hope you like this bunch. Also added “To-do list” or rather “Almost done to do list. (We all have those moments.)

Please use A4 size paper to print the stationery. You can download the PDF here. Have fun and share it with your friends. 🙂

 pigtails by jazmin cruz

I know I can’t draw well on paper, but that doesn’t stop me from doing what I love to do. Draw. 🙂

 pigtails by jazmin cruz

Even if you’re not good at drawing (look at my drawings), you can still fix it via illustrator or photoshop. (I prefer illustrator because they are vector output.)

 pigtails by jazmin cruz

Ideas for my next scrapbook or digital layout. Wait for the final output! 🙂

 Pigtails by Jazmin Cruz

For the recipe cards I’m trying to work on. Need pots, pans, ladle, ingredients…

 Pigtails by Jazmin Cruz

And I got carried away with practicing for hugs and chicks. And I did like the chubby chick though~ 🙂

You can visit my flickr to view them clearly.

 

Here’s another good way of adding cute embellishments to your scrapbook, picture frames!

 

The difference from other picture frames, Pigtails frames are not your ordinary shapes. I thought it would be cool and fun to use funky shapes to add your cute photos.

Simply download the PDF file, and use A4 paper size. You can use photo paper to make the colors stand out or an A4 board size. I used an A4 board so that the frame will be stronger.

 

After you have downloaded and printed the cute Pigtails frames, try to cut them carefully. Use a cutter to be precise. If you’re too young to cut it yourself, ask an adult to help you out.

 

Once you have your frame cut, place the photo you like to use for the frames. When you cut the photo, try to make sure it doesn’t show the edges from the frame. Add glue on the picture and frame. You are done! Here’s some examples.

 

Then stick it to your scrapbook and there you have it! Your very own cute and funky picture frames.

I almost forgot, you can download the PDF file here. Remember to use A4 size. 

 

Pigtails on a rainy day by jazmin cruz

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