I create several different types of calendars for the New Year to give to family members and friends. This year I was inspired by a Pinterest posting of using a paper berry basket to create a perpetual calendar. So the thinking began! First I had to find the right size index cards to cut in half to fit inside the basket. Then how to add a date for each card for each month. That would be a lot of date stamp stamping. My computer savvy husband printed out a tiny date label for each card-365! or 366 days! I found some bright printed paper for the dividers and then attached them to a piece of heavier card stock. I then printed out a tag for each month, punched them out and added a scallop circle to each divider. I supported the bottom of the basket with several heavy pieces of matt board and tucked them inside before I added index cards and dividers. I sponged on some distress ink in a light green to the white basket and added a white ribbon. I will be teaching this class as a project at Scrapbook Cove in October. Should be a fun class. I love the way it came out. The thinking and planning was the hardest part!