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Monthly wall calendars are fun to make for yourself or as a thoughtful gift. This is a page about making a wall calendar.


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I am making a calendar; it will have 7 a4 pages, the front and six double sides for the twelve months. I do not want a spiral. I do want to turn the pages over and hang it up. I was thinking of putting two holes at the top of each page, but it does not look right with just a cord through the holes. Can you suggest anything else?


August 1, 20170 found this helpful
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You could hole punch 2 holes at the top of your calendar pages. Then, use (2) Metal Hinged Snap Rings. Then from there thread a ribbon and tie up to hang. Every time you need to switch the month, loosen the ribbon and flip it.

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July 31, 20170 found this helpful

Put a fancy ring in each hole and then thread a leather cord through. It will look more professional

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July 31, 20170 found this helpful

Do the rings as Judy suggested or do several holes and weave through the top, but fold under the weaving.

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August 1, 20170 found this helpful

Since you are putting the holes at the top of your pages - just remember that each month you will have to undo the cords (or whatever) to be able to turn the pages - true?


I usually use plain metal shower curtain rings (easy to undo and usually lay flat) and since I am not really very fancy, I use one of the colorful shoe laces (they have some neat looking ones now and I can get them in many lengths for how low I want my calender to hang.
I'm sure you can find a neat looking cord at any craft store or sewing department.

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