Yay. My quilling calendar finally arrived. It "only" took 2 months to get to me. I ordered it from Canada and the seller send it to me by road/boat as it was the cheapest option. If he had chosen by air it would've cost me about 40 Canadian dollars.
It took ground to the Atlantic and then a ship to England and then road to London again. I didn't even thought that you can still send it like that. It took ages till I got it but at least I saved about £30.

This is a old version of Quilling Pattern-a-Day calendar, the 2007 one. It contains a quilling pattern for every day of the week and one for the weekend. They don't publish it any more as is too expensive to make and not enough people who buys it so that's why it's so hard to find one.

I'm really excited and can't wait to get started. In the out-coming posts you'll see these patterns incorporated in cards and mailart.


Catherine said...

I'm so glad I can now leave comments :) I love this calendar and can't wait to see all the patterns in it.

Elena said...

Yeah I removed the word verification so it's easy to comment. I thought the calendar it's brilliant when I bought it but I'm a bit disappointed now. The paper it's really flimsy and the patterns are not that great. But I'll make all of them and post it up here.

Julie (Okami) said...

Where did you find the calendar - I've hunted all over for one for any available year.

Elena said...

As far as I know they made a quilling calendar for only 2 years(2007, 2008) and then stop it. Is really hard to find it and really expensive ($100-$150). I looked everywhere for it, on the internet. It took me literally a whole day to find it. From 10:00 in the morning till about 5:00 in the afternoon. I've bought it from a private seller on amazon all the way from Canada. Your best bet is to search on amazon on different countries or e-bay.

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