The idea is very clever but the execution is somewhat difficult. The date stamp (days 1-31) require masking, which isn't so bad when you're using the far left or far right columns of numbers - but when you need the numbers on the inside and have to mask off two sections, things get a bit hairy. And the square stamp with the rounded corners is unusable if you're a perfectionist; the stamp is flimsy and nearly impossible to place on an acrylic block without getting moved out of shape. I tried placing it face down on my stamping surface and gently setting my block on top and it still didn't work out. After much trial and error I decided not to use it at all.
I'm very happy with the 365 stamp set. I've made a calendar that sits behind and above my PC - it's easy to read and so pretty on some Altenew patterned paper. The size of the enclosing square is 2 inches wide and 1-3/4 tall (something I wanted to know before I bought it). A 2-5/8" square is a great size for the calendar with the month and year titles. Masking with Post-It notes makes the definition of each month easy. And I'm looking forward to making some birthday cards with this, too.
This is an amazing set for customised calendars, which make lovely gifts that can actually be used daily and appreciated by the recipient. It's worth every penny.
After seeing a posting about this stamp set I decided to give it a try. I absolutely love it. It’s a lifetime stamp set! You can create calendars for years. Perfect for gift giving, save the date, birthday and special announcement reminders. The font style can be used for anyone and any occasion. It’s easy to use with a little masking.