Grace Taylor Twisted Easel Calendar Tutorial With Free Template

Grace Taylor Twisted Easel Calendar Tutorial With Free Template content image

Grace Taylor Twisted Easel Calendar Tutorial With Free Template content image

What You Will Need


Dovecraft 6x6 Card blank
Grace Taylor Eclectic Emerald Papers
Grace Taylor Eclectic Emerald Grand Adhesions
Grace Taylor Eclectic Emerald Sticker Flipbook
First Edition Textured Card Stock

Click to Download the Calendar template here.

Instructions


1.   Download your free template here, cut out and glue or stick the papers together

2.   Take a 6x6 card blank, open up and on the left hand page score a diagonal line from the top left corner to the bottom right, fold inwards

3.   Cut 2 orange pieces of card 14x14cm, cut one piece diagonally across the middle, and mount the square card to the base of the calendar and the triangle to the front facing scored panel. Repeat with the floral patterned paper cut to 13x13cm

4.   Cut a 9cm circle from the orange card and a 8cm circle from the floral paper, mat together and mount on the front fold so half the circle freely hangs over when folded.

5.   Mount the calendar months on orange card and trim to leave a 5mm edge. Stick down on the front of the card.

6.   Use the large 3D flower Grand Adhesion on the base of the card to secure the easel fold, finish by embellishing with the sentiment and other stickers.

There you have an easy to make calendar that can be enjoyed for the next 12 months, these would also make great gifts for friends and family.

Below are some other versions from our design team.

Grace Taylor Twisted Easel Calendar Tutorial With Free Template content image

Created using Back to Basics Monochrome by Tracey Rogers 

Grace Taylor Twisted Easel Calendar Tutorial With Free Template content image

Made using Back to Basics Monochrome collection by Heike McIntosh 

If you like these projects leave us a comment below & why not add your own  versions of the calendar in our project gallery

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