Donna's Small Desk Calendar
This photograph shows the old calendar and the new printed calendar.
The red lines on the photograph are not on the printed file. The lines show you where to cut the months. On the printed file are gray lines. Cut along the gray lines and along the bottom of each month.
Place the months in order.
Get a sheet of card stock or poster board. Cut a section off the bottom of the card stock to the same width as the calendar months. That's around 2 3/8ths of an inch. Measure yours to be sure of the size. The length of the card stock can be left at8 1/2 inches for now. If cutting from poster board, cut a strip that is around 2 3/8" x 8 1/2".
Lay the stack of months in the middle of the strip of card stock.
Since "Somewhere in the Middle" is vague, I will give you an approximate distance from one side. The stack of months should be placed no less than 3 inches from the side of the card that will serve as the base of the calendar. See image below.
At this point you will either staple the months to the card stock or sew the months to the card stock. If sewing: see Sew
Another Option: After attaching the months to card stock, you can attach a magnet to the back of it and place it on your refrigerator.
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