Well, for me this was a challenge! I wanted to make a really tiny calendar using only Stampotique stamps so I decided to use dominoes. I have gotten a lot of inspiration from Laura Carson's site http://artfullymusing.blogspot.com/. She makes BEAUTIFUL books, mine is just kinda cute. So, after looking through my stash I found some old dominoes that I have been saving for a special occasion. I made the little book covers out of two antique dominoes that I bought at the Brimfield Fair a long time ago (they each measured 1 7/8" by 7/8" and are 1/4" thick). A couple of years ago I took a class with Tim Holtz using alcohol inks on dominoes and decided to try that technique. So, I distressed them with Adirondack's Alcohol inks. Using StazOn black ink, I stamped the Stampotique image called "Row Faces" using just two of the faces on each domino. Then I wrapped the edges of the dominoes with a gold metallic tape, making sure to burnish the tape with a bone folder. I covered the stamped images on the dominoes with Ranger's Glossy Accents and allowed it to dry overnight. I used the Glossy Accents again to glue on the 4 beads that serve as "feet" that allow the calendar to be freestanding. The dominoes are each attached to a corrugated piece of cardboard which is lined with ribbon and a patterned paper backing. The black ribbon is cut to tie on each side. I cut up the tiny calendar and glued it to a strip of black card stock which was folded accordion style and glued to the inside. Ribbons tie on either side to keep it closed and little paper flowers by Prima were colored also with Alcohol Inks to match the dominoes and glued to the top with glue dots. The pearl headed stick pins were also colored by the Alcohol Inks to match and tucked in behind the tiny flowers. The finished product measures 2 1/4 " wide x 1 1/4" high. Now that is a TINY calendar!