A stunning display of art and a useful way to remember your sister’s birthday, our striking calendars are beautifully dual purpose. This item is a superb gift idea or promotional tool. Put down your clock pen and pick up one of these 12 page masterpieces instead.
A3 (297 x 420mm / 11.7” x 16.5”)
Simply fruit – thanks for the inspiration Karen!
fresh, fruit, passionfruit, grapefruit, chillies, cherries, orange, strawberry, mango, banana, mandarin, apple, tomato, melon, food
Photography for me is a way of trying to make sense of the world, or at least to slow down and look at things a little more closely. I love sharing what I’ve seen and hearing how others interpret it.
Such a wonderful collection….now I am soo hungry lol. Think March is my fav…well done georgie : )
Thank you so much Sean, I had a lot of fun putting it together!
– Georgie Hart
Thanks Nadine, I’m glad it appeals to you!
Thanks for stopping by Hopelilly, I’m so glad it got the tastebuds tingling!
GREAT calendar, I’m getting hungry,lol!
Yup it makes me hungry too, I was just thinking yesterday how exciting it would be if I had all of that fruit in front of me at the same time… thanks for your lovely comment Barbara. :D
Delicious calendar…Put it in the kitchen to inspire the family to snack healthily..lol…!!
I find being surrounded by tasty fresh fruit makes it easier to do just that!
This is delicious, fantastic for foodies. Love It
Thanks a million Barbara, I’m so glad you enjoyed the calendar!
Georgie this is absolutely phenomenal!
Glad you like it CB!
Awesome collection, beautiful compositions and ideas ! Great work !
Wow, a fave too – thanks a million Ale!
How did i miss this. LOL Wonderful work and i love the passion fruit such intense colour, so glad we can bounce thoughts and ideas off each other, thank you for all the continued support you have given me. : )
Thanks Karen, I’m so glad you suggested the idea of making this kind of calendar, it really gave me purpose and drive to think of all of these fruity ideas!
Just noticed you linked me to my page, you are a dear thank you. you are going to have to teach me how to do that. ICT skills still lacking. LOL
Well this may or may not make sense, but in brief, to make a link you decide which word or words you want to be the links, put " on either side of them, immediately followed by a : (a colon) and then immediately follow that with the link address – http://www.redbubble.com for example.