And you can list little reminders to enjoy your everyday life on the spinner. I haven't completed mine yet but I can tell you that crafting is one of them.
Visit Heidi's blog for a look at the complete project. She made 2 versions, both of which are adorable. For this project, we used Prima patterned paper (Coquette & Rue88), Heidi Swapp transparencies, Broken China distress ink for edging on the white paper (which I still need to do) and stamping the numbers on the calendar with Cavallini's Paris stamps.
As a reminder, the Creative Escape idea book is available online and includes step-by-step instructions.
Heidi Swapp's class was quite enjoyable where she presented another way to incorporate photos and journaling into your everyday life.