Making a wood calendar

You want to do something both luxurious and unique and take a little money. But you have no idea. why don’t you try making a wood calendar? It’s easy to make it. It not only makes your desk more colorful and unique than before but also makes you more interested in work. Moreover, Wood calendar is also a meaningful gift for colleagues or maybe your relatives.

So let’s make a wooden calendar with me now!

  1. Prepare
  • 13 rectangular wooden frames for making days and months ( you can refer to Wood level to make a suitable wood for yourself)
  • 1 large piece of wood to make a calendar hinge
  • 1 sheet of yellow glossy paper
  • Scissors, paper knives
  • Drill( you can use Markita drill. It is easy to use)
  • Chisel ( you can refer to Best wood chisels)
  • Acrylic paint and color paint
  • Glue, paint brush
  • 3 screw hooks
  1. Making

Step 1: firstly, you print the numbers 0, 1, 2, 3 (for the first digit of the day), the numbers from 0 to 9 (for the second digit of the day) and the months (January, February, March,..) onto the yellow paper cover. If you don’t have a printer or like to be creative, you can draw your own fonts!

Step 2:  Drill or chisel a hole large enough to mount a hanging screw.

Step 3: Paint color on all pieces of wood. You can customize the color by month to add a lively part.

Step 4: Cut out the numbers and letters and carefully paste them into each piece of wood.

Step 5: Then you attach the screw hooks evenly along the top edge of the calendar board.

Step 6: Attaching the month and day corresponding to the calendar table is complete!

From now on, instead of having to tear up the calendar every day, you’ll change the numbered planks to know what day it is today !!

Conclusion:  Here are the detailed steps for making a wooden desk calendar. Very simple, right?. A wooden calendar is very convenient and versatile, you can easily carry it and can decorate this product wherever you want. why don’t you try making it now! ( You can find out about other wooden products in Best Woodworking Books

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