Saturday, January 1, 2011

Something New

The Sunday Stills challenge for this week is our Best Shot of 2010. As I scrolled back through the year I decided I finally had enough decent pictures to try putting together a farm calendar. As always it was a learning experience, but I'm really pleased with how they turned out.



Back cover.



Sample inside.



One of my favorite pictures of Buddy and Woolliam.



We couldn't make a calendar without little Sunshine.



Another old friend tucked in there.





And for fun we added some special dates.

*Note: I did not take the shot of Punkin (above right). My friend Julie took that picture years ago and it will always be my all-time favorite.

Check back for a giveaway tomorrow!

17 comments:

Verde Farm said...

Sarah, this is wonderful. What a great idea and your pics are awesome. Little Sunshine-Oh my. I love her :)

Camp said...

From what I can see a composition of beautiful photos, expertly printed I might add. Pictures taken of things we long to see everyday!

A must have!!!!

Nancy K. said...

Oh, Sara! It's beautiful! May I ask where you had it done? I love the 'no-bleed' photos and the little ones included on the dated page.

Alice said...

I also like the little pictures you have on days that don't belong to the month. I so wish I'd played today!

Christine said...

That's awesome, I really should make a calendar of my own someday.

Robin said...

MUST. HAVE.

How do I order one? And can you please come to our farm about once a month to do a photo shoot? This is exactly what I want to do, and have no camera skills to get it done.
Robin

flowerweaver said...

It's beautiful! What a great idea expertly done. I'm putting my order in now!

kenleighacres.com said...

One of the nicest calendars I have seen done! I second Nancy K's question and I would also like to put an order in :) Happy New Year!

Tiggeriffic said...

OH this is tiggeriffic~!
I love it and I want two of these . One for me and one for my sister.. Plus 2 boxes of the Christmas cards.. I'm getting ready for next year..
That is only 11 months away..
Have a great day..ta ta for now from Iowa...

melanie said...

Oh, please do share your source! Very nice format...and add my name to the list of those that would LOVE to order one!!! Think about it - we could defray the Renny costs.....

melanie said...

Oh, please do share your source! Very nice format...and add my name to the list of those that would LOVE to order one!!! Think about it - we could defray the Renny costs.....

CathyD. said...

Just wonderful! It will be a great sheepie year! I've often wished you had a calendar. How do we order them?

thecrazysheeplady said...

Tim and I did that ourselves using Microsoft Publisher. I designed it and he tweaked it and printed it. He always makes me look good :-).

I'm really flattered by all the requests to order. Tim's going to print some more and I guess I'll put them in my etsy shop? Need to check on postage...

Thanks everyone!

Linda said...

Happy New Year. I'd say it turned out awesome!

small farm girl said...

So where can I get one of those calenders? hehhe

Brenda said...

The calendar is a great idea! I just did a family calendar for my parents.

DayPhoto said...

I enjoy so much doing a 'farm' calendar every year. Yours has turned out great. What software did you use! I like it better than what I have been doing.

Linda
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