February 2018 Calendar Collection

February 2018 Calendar Collection by Bonnie Christine (2)  

Writing this post made me realize that I haven't blogged for an entire month. What?! I did however manage to roll out several new things - I launched a new website (you're looking at it!), announced all the details for the Surface Design Immersion Course, started adding prints to the new Print Shop, wrapped up a new fabric collection and even started a new one (something extra special!). I also announced the 2018 Syllabus for the Roost Tribe and even managed to take a few photography classes like this one and this one (I loved them both).

Whew! I suppose when I'm most busy, my blog and social accounts don't get updated as much. But if you're interested, the best way to stay up to date is to join the mailing list.

Here's a fun little lambscape for your calendars!

↠ Click to download the digital desktop background 

↠ Click to download the digital smartphone background

↠ Click to download the printable PDF Desk Version

↠ Click to download all of the above as a .ZIP file

This month's calendar was inspired by my new fabric collection, Lambkin for Art Gallery Fabrics!

Just a little glimpse at my desk. If you'd like to follow along with all the fun, I would love to meet you over on Instagram!

Please note: all images, patterns and designs are © Bonnie Christine | Going Home to Roost. You may not reproduce, re-create or sell in any way, but please feel free to download for your own personal use. If you share on your own blog (I'd be delighted!) please direct your readers to this post to download the file. Thank you!  

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