Grab the paper (or cardboard), a ruler and pencil. Start on 1/3rd of the paper with a straight line.
Then get to work in the wide area. Draw 8 equal longitudinal strips.
Under the first line you put you measure 5 centimeters. Then, just like the first line, draw a line again across the full width.
In the first 7 boxes of 5 centimetres wide, you write the consecutive day of the week in each box. Of course, start with Monday. A fresh new week.
You don’t put anything in the 8th box yet.
Then we’ll start with the calendar under the days of the week. We have made a total of 5 rows with 7 blocks.
Once you’ve created all the calendar blocks, it’s time to finish the last column. We have chosen to draw a line every 5 centimetres. This way you can write and cross out notes, without it getting messy.
The calendar’s almost ready now. To brighten up the calendar a bit, we applied some washi tape in the first block (the empty 1/3rd). Over this washi tape we pasted a name sticker. In it we wrote the month of the week.
The paper’s finished! Then apply Mod podge to the cardboard part of the picture frame. You’re going to paste the calendar on it.
Then reassemble the picture frame. Attention! The glass will leave you out, of course. This way you can actually use the calendar. 😉
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