Posted on | Tuesday, August 17, 2010 | 2 Comments
I was in the bookstore a few days ago and noticed that they’re not selling calendars any more. I suppose if you didn’t get to buy them early in the year, you won’t get to buy one now. I decided to make my own.
5 Easy steps after you have download the PDF file.
Use A4 or Letter size board, about 200-220 GSM to print the design so that it will be strong.
You will need: scissors or cutter, glue, ruler, a cutting mat (optional) and pens.
Step 1: Cut the printed template onto the cutting mat. You can use old newspaper or magazine as your cutting mat.
Step 2: Before you fold them, write down the month and year onto the printed calendar. You can make the numbers bigger or smaller so you can write some important dates.
Step 3: On the dotted lines of the templates. Use one of the sharp tip of your scissors to help add crease on the board. Don't press to hard as not to ruin the design.
Step 4. Add glue on the flap.
Step 5: Voila! The final look for the calendar. Now you can display on your desk to keep you reminded of your dates.