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December 04, 2012

Place In Time Calendar Tutorial Series: Part 7 June

Susan Lui Place In Time Calendar June Tutorial 6

Hello G45ers,

Happy Tuesday to you all and welcome to the fabulous Graphic 45 blog! We hope you are all having a lovely day so far! Wow, it sure is getting chilly outside isn't it? The winter season is fast approaching. It's the perfect time to get cozy with some beautiful craft projects! We are in the middle of our fantastic Place in Time calendar tutorial series! Each one of our design team members has created a calendar page for a 2013 calendar! We've been taking you on an inspiring journey of gorgeous tutorials as you create your 2013 calendar! It's a great way to get creative while setting a happy intention for a prosperous new year! Today we will be showing you Susan Lui's stunning tutorial for your June calendar page! We're bringing some warmth to your December day with this incredibly fun tutorial! Plus we have a new winner to announce from yesterday's blog contest! Everyday during this amazing tutorial series we are giving away the dazzling Place in Time prize pack pictured below! Just leave us a blog or Facebook comment for your chance to win! We will announce another new winner tomorrow! Today's winner was chosen at random from comments left on our Facebook page! And the winner is...

-Margaret Halldorson: "This is one of the most beautiful papers you have ever put out - not that all of them aren't beautiful cause they are. I have a hard time picking a favorite one to use. But this is probably it. Hahahaha gorgeous gorgeous gorgeous."

Congratulations, Margaret! Please email us with your shipping information at info@g45papers.com to claim your prize! Stay tuned, G45ers! We will have a new winner to announce tomorrow so be sure to leave us a blog or Facebook comment for your chance to win!

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And now it's time to create your June page for your 2013 calendar! Remember that these calendar pages are meant to go on the Graphic 45 12x12 Easel Album. Today's June page will go on page 7 of your Easel Album. Have a wonderful time creating this stunningly cheerful page! Susan's tutorial is sure to fill you with joy and inspiration! Take it away, Susan!

Susan Lui Place In Time Calendar June 7a


Graphic 45 Place In Time - June Foundation, June Cut-Aparts, Calendar Foundation
Graphic 45 A Ladies Diary - A Ladies Diary, Moment In Time, Delicate Details, La Gazette, Timeless Memoir
Doilies - 1 piece 5.5 inch, 2 pieces 4.5 inch
Flowers & leaves

Hi Everyone. This is Susan and I've got the June calendar page for you. As you can see, its got lots of flowers, fussy cut details and doilies. It looks detailed but really, it's not that complicated if you follow through the tutorial.

1. Cut circles out of patterned paper for your doilies, allowing the intricate edges of the doilies to show through. Adhere circles to doilies, then attach doilies to the June Foundation paper as shown.

Susan Lui Place In Time Calendar June Tutorial 1

2. Cut out two strips from the Place In Time June Cut-Aparts as shown. Fussy cut a spray of flowers from A Ladies Diary Delicate Details and a clock from Moment In Time. Place these elements on the page as depicted below.

Susan Lui Place In Time Calendar June Tutorial 2

3. Cut out the June calendar from the Calendar Foundation page and adhere it to the big doily.

Susan Lui Place In Time Calendar June Tutorial 3

4. Select and fussy cut a large flower spray from Delicate Details patterned paper. Adhere this to the Foundation page as shown.

Susan Lui Place In Time Calendar June Tutorial 4

5. I created a journalling spot which you can tuck into the doilies, allowing you to have some hidden journalling if you desire. To create the journalling spot, simply cut out the June journalling tag from the June Cut-Apart paper, then adhere a flower and leaves to it.

Susan Lui Place In Time Calendar June Tutorial 5

6. The hidden journalling tag goes in here. Pull it out to read, tuck it back in if you'd rather keep your words secret.

Susan Lui Place In Time Calendar June Tutorial 6

7. Add some flowers and leaves to the page and you're done. :)

Susan Lui Place In Time Calendar June Tutorial 8
More views of the page...

Susan Lui Place In Time Calendar June Final
We hope you all had a great time creating your June calendar page today! You can find all of the calnedar tutorials that we've posted so far in this series in one easy place!


We want to thank Susan for her beautiful work today! Join us tomorrow as Denise Hahn shares her fantastic tutorial for creating the July calendar page! Plus we'll have a new Place in Time contest winner to announce! It's going to be another incredible day here on the Graphic 45 blog! We hope to see you then! Have a splendid day, G45ers!

With Love and Pretty Paper,

Your Friends at Graphic 45


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Another beautiful page

Oh my gosh, this is stunning it is so me! I love all you papers and think you're the best, thank you for sharing this xx

Such a beautiful page. I can't wait to see the rest of the designs.

Beautiful!! So pretty; thinking of June, i think weddings - this so suits that & other garden parties etc too :)

June is beautiful. Love all the flourishes, gives it that "June" look!

This has to be about my favorite Calendar page so far. So elegant and beautiful with all the fussy cutting. Really amazing page.

Wow so pretty, I love all the little details that make it so interesting.

What a beautiful calendar page. So elegant looking. Love it.

I like this page the best of all the pages so far. Beautiful work. Thanks for sharing.

Oh my....I'm blown away by the pop of gorgeous flowers this calendar page has to offer, stunning!! G45 never lets us down! ~Kathy

amazing love it very inspirational

Oh my...this one is stunning!!!


I love this layout and the progression of the layers! So like the month of June with flowers and warm temperatures - beautifully done! Wishing you some sunshine!


Barbara Diane

So beautiful!!

Beautiful! I am really enjoying seeing these calendar pages come to life with the photo tutorials.

It's just impossible to pick a favourite page! They are all so beautiful. What a lot of time and effort goes into them!

Beautiful June page...love the doilies and pink flower accents!

Another gorgeous page!! I love this paper collection.

Everytime I think you have outdone yourselves, you come up with something even more spectacular! Love June!

this paper collection is another must from G45! It's all so beautiful, who could choose just one :)

Wow, this is so elegant. Just love it!

That is so beautiful.

What a super gorgeous page! Love the collors, the doilies and the flowers, very vintage. Great Job Susan!! LOVE IT!

Congrats Margaret!!! I love this page!!! LOVING the doily and all the delicate flowers!! GORGEOUS!

So delicate and a wonderful way to "start" the summer months. Lovely, Susan. And the use of the G45 papers...stunning!

The pages are getting more beautiful by the day.

I want this collection so much. Love the page, is amazing. Thanks for the chance to win.

Lots and lots of fussy-cutting and so very feminine, so pretty! Worthy of a June bride even.

Doilies, flowers, muted colors, oh my! So beautiful!

Such a delicate page with the fussy cutting. So beautiful!!

Beautiful fussy cutting.

,,,G is for G45 and Georgous!! A wonderful page,,,

The pages just keep getting better and better. Lovely page Susan!

Margaret, I love your fussy cutting :) this page is gorgeous !!

My apologies To Susan ! I got the names mixed up and gave credit to the winner of the prize!

So beautiful.

Absolutely stunning page from Susan - I'm still catching my breath... I think this collection may be your finest yet - wow!!
Alison x

All the deisgners are capturing the feeling, thoughts, memories of each month....the June layout is no exception. Beautiful layout.

Just bought the Place in Time pad over the weekend..cannot wait to finish my calendar! :)

OMWow! June is absolutely GORGEOUS!

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