February is the month of love and Valentine’s. But, for this calendar I’ve decided to go with soft pink and gold accented with watercolor flowers.Continue reading
Happy New Year! Can you believe it’s almost 2019? It seems as I get older, the days fly by even quicker. But, I did have time to create your January 2019 Desktop Calendar.Continue reading
I can’t believe it’s almost December already! This year has flown by, but not so quick that I didn’t prepare the December 2018 Desktop Calendar!
Autumn has come here in the Northern Hemisphere and the leaves have started to change from green to amber, yellow and orange. The November desktop calendar is designed with Fall leaves of those colors.
Fall is here in the Northern Hemisphere and perhaps in more places than others. But, as promised every month, I have created the October 2018 desktop and mobile calendar for subscribers to my Friends and Collectors list.
Summer is slowly coming to an end and soon seasonal changes will be evident. One of my favorite flowers that bridges Summer and Fall is the Sunflower. The September 2018 desktop calendar is showcasing this vibrant flower.
I’ve seen Autumn colors already in some local stores and I’m amazed that they’re pushing Fall already! Well, it’s much too early for me to be thinking of Fall. So, for the August desktop calendar I’ve decided on some pink and green watercolors.
The June 2018 desktop calendar is showcasing brilliant purple Clover, and Chamomile flowers in a meadow setting. Summer days are for spending it relaxing in a cool grassy meadow.
May is all about celebrating warmer weather and Mom. So for the May desktop calendar I created soft pink roses and peonies, yellow roses and white hydrangeas surrounded by green foliage.
The Spring Equinox had happened for us in the Northern Hemisphere and we’re anxiously awaiting those April showers to bring us May flowers. Well, at least I am here in Phoenix. But, in the meantime, I’ve created the April 2018 desktop calendar for subscribers to my Friends and Collectors list.