- Calendar template (free download HERE)
- Pandarama Calendar graphics (from Lettering Delights HERE)
- 3 sheets letter-size cardstock in white (I used Georgia Pacific White cardstock.)
- 1 sheet heavy cardstock (I used Stampin' Up)
- Binding tool and wire (I used a Cinch with 3/4 " Bind-it-all wire but if you don't have a binding tool, you could probably use book rings.)
- A paper trimmer
- Silhouette Studio program (regular/free edition)
Open the calendar template in Silhouette Studio.
Drag-and-Drop the Pandarama Calendar graphics onto the virtual mat and into the template.
Print the calendar. (The 3rd page is not shown in the picture below but I filled the page with the front cover image for the calendar.)
Trim along the printed lines with your paper trimmer. Set the pages aside.
To make the stand for the calendar, use a sheet of cardstock that is of a heavier weight than the cardstock used for the calendar pages. Cut a strip that is 2.75" x 11". Make a score line down the center (or at the 5.5" mark).
Turn the paper over and score 0.5" to the RIGHT of the center and 0.5" to the LEFT (or at the 5" and 6" marks). Using the middle score line, fold the paper over once.
Following the instructions of the binding tool, punch holes and bind the pages together.
If you do not have a binding tool, you can assemble the calendar by using book rings.
When the binding is done, just fold the backing at the previously scored lines to complete the project.
Excluding the binding wire, the finished size of the calendar is only about 2.75" x 5". It's really cute!
I had a blast making these for my kids and I hope that you'll have fun making some too.
Here's the YouTube video tutorial for this project: