Wednesday, December 2, 2009

Foodie Calendar and a winner

So, as you know, calendars have been blogged about everywhere this season and for good reason. There are so many wonderful options, I've been paralyzed with indecision. I decided that a wall calendar for my office would be my most essential calendar need and I think I finally found the ONE. Yup, the ONE I can commit to for a whole year (which, if you know me, is not an easy venture).
I found this beauty by Claudia Pearson on Poppytalk Handmade and it was love at first site.
B and I have made it a point recently to buy more local food and support our local farmers so this calendar would be a good reminder to myself and anyone who comes into my office that buying local is important!
2010 Poster Calendar $20

Now I just need to decide if I want the poster or the set.
2010 Illustrated Calendar $24


I also adore the other food prints available in the shop.
Food for Thought $15


Buy Local $20

{all images via Claudia Pearson}
How do you support your local economy?
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The lucky winner of the Beth Cyr giveaway is...

...#78! That would be Crystal Ball! Congrats! I'll be contacting you shortly. Thank you Beth for such a lovely giveaway! Be sure to check out Beth's shop when you're considering your holiday gifts this year!

5 comments:

Ginger said...

Love it! It took me a while to pick out a 2010 calendar as well, but I finally broke down and bought . . . a Cute Overload calendar. I know: cute over substance, but it was a moment of weakness;)

Erin @ SYL: Slipcover Your Life said...

I love the buy local print... The design and the colors!

Magchunk said...

I think the set is marginally cuter than the poster, just cause you get more detailed drawings! These would be so cute in a kitchen or dining room. Or heck, anywhere really.

Lizzy said...

Congrats to the winner. I don't have a kitchen 2010 calendar yet but I do have my office calendar! Please check out www.yesandyes.org and support Sarah, it is so cute!
lizzypunch.blogspot.com

thevioletpear said...

Here's another great local wild food calendar with great recipes and art, wildfoodscalendar.com
I bought it last year and loved it - although it is probably more geared towards the northwest.

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