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Thursday, January 15, 2015

Complimentary Pocket Calendar from John's Island for 2015

We apologize for being 15 days late getting this published for you. See construction steps below.



How to create your complimentary pocket calendar for 2015:

1. Download photos above.
2. Print -- Re-size first if necessary or desired.
3. Carefully cut out the front and back. If you are under 21, please use adult supervision.
4. Glue together ... printed sides out!
5. Enjoy for the remainder of 2015.

Yes, we know it says "1925" (90 years ago) but trust us ... the days are the same in 2015!

Don't miss the useful measures ... Metric on one side ... Inches on the other.

Yes, it looks a little bit like the Titanic ... but no worries ... it's the Aquitania!

You are welcome!

Linking up with Good Fences -- Yes, there's a fence along the bow of the ship to keep folks from falling off -- Yes, I know it's hard to see! LOL  Thanks for the link Tex!

Thanks for stopping by John's Island.

PS Really want to book a Cunard cruise? Contact info is here. Sadly, we are not registered agents, so no commission for us.

19 comments:

  1. How cool is that? I think I just might do this, since it's nice to have a full calendar to look at, and when it says 1925, it might be a conversation starter as well. :-)

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  2. What a great post! This is a real treasure, and it has so many features.

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  3. That is pretty neat! Thanks for the New Year's surprise!

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  4. Cool and thank you.
    Happy New Year!!

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  5. Good to see that you added the caution to use with supervision if under 21.Maybe it should be added,or over 60+. Ha! Ha!

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  6. you made me laugh. :) thanks for the safety railing!

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  7. Fun post, John! Creative thinking, too.

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  8. Love this!!! How neat - and you made me laugh as well. It's always good to start the day with a laugh - thank you.

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  9. I never knew at the days/dates were the same as in 1925. How intresting

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  10. Funny. Let me rush and print these off. :)

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  11. Pretty cool that the days are the same this year as in 1925. Just thinking my father was just 4 years old then and my mom not even born yet.

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  13. What a nice design. Of course the ship has a fence railing, I could see it.

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  14. I wondered where the fence was, but yes it's there. Thanks for sharing,

    Diana
    http://adifferentlenslens365.blogspot.co.nz/2015/01/islington.html

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  15. wow how cool is that. all days in every month are the same. I never knew this happened.

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  16. Fun post, thanks for sharing! Happy weekend!

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