Thursday, 2 January 2014

DIY: Wall Calendar

I'm hoping that you guys haven't purchased  a 2014's calendar yet. I'm so excited to show you guys this idea of a calendar. I took it from a person from YouTube, but, I am glad that I made it so pretty.



Things you'll need-


  • A4 Size Papers
  • Calender Layouts
  • Scissors
  • Glue
  • Marker
  • Sketch Pens
  • Crayons
  • Punch Machine
  • Ribbon / Thread
  • Thread and Needle or Stapler
  • Pencil
  • Eraser
  • Ruler

Steps- (There won't be much photos that I'll show, as the steps are very simple. If you are confused, do not hesitate to ask me.)

  1. Search for monthly 2014 calendar layouts. 
  2. Download them and rename them to the month's name.
  3. Crop out the names of the month, and keep the days' rows. (Monday, Tuesday, etc.)
  4. Print them. Print two monthly layouts on one page. (I hope you know how to do it.) 
  5. After printing each sheet, don't forget to write the month's name on top of the layout with a pencil.
  6. Print all the twelve layouts on six sheets. 
  7. Cut the twelve layouts, thus separating all the months. Keep these aside.
  8. Take six new A4 sheets and fold them into half.
  9. Open the sheets and place them on top of each other (like we did in the Expense Book).
  10. Stitch the sheets like a book. You can try a stapler instead of stitching. (Give to your mother if you don't know how to stitch. I gave her too, for a finished-look.) Keep the book aside.
  11. Take six more new sheets, and cut them into half. 
  12. Write the month's name in big and bold letters.
  13. Now, open the first page of the book, and stick your 'January' sheet on the first half.
  14. Beneath it, stick the 'January' month's layout. 
  15. Repeat these steps for eleven more months. 
  16. Your calendar is ready.
  17. Now, punch a hole in the calendar's center, to hang it up.
  18. Pass a ribbon or a thread, and tie it up.
  19. Hang it on a hook.
Don't worry, there are photos comin' up for a better understanding.






I hope you enjoyed doing it. x