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Classical Calendar

By: Marie Browning

Give your home a vintage vibe with this fall craft. The beautiful Classical Calendar is a great alternative to store-bought varieties. Get in the spirit with this fun papercraft!

For more great wall decorating designs, check out 19 Cool Wall Art and Decor Ideas.

Classic Calendar


  • Cling stamps, mini hanger and creative scraps from Craft Secrets’ Heartwarming Vintage Collection
  • Dual Brush Pens
  • MONO Adhesive DOTS
  • Decorative paper
  • Large Brads
  • MONO MULTI Liquid Glue
  • Rhinestones, butterfly wings and glitter for decoration
  • Sticky pick-up stick
  • Wooden Skewer


  1. The cling stamps, mini hanger and calendar creative scraps are from Craft Secrets’ Heartwarming Vintage Collection.
  2. The images are colored with the Dual Brush Pens and paper pieces adhered with MONO Adhesive DOTS.
  3. The calendar panels are held onto the main panel with two large brads.
  4. Each month can be slipped in easily and quickly. The extra month panels are kept in a small envelope at the back of the calendar panel.
  5. MONO MULTI Liquid Glue is used to glue down rhinestones to the crown and butterfly wings and is also used to add glitter to the wings.
  6. To handle tiny rhinestones easily, I like to make a small ‘sticky pick-up’ stick.
  7. Simply add a drop of MONO MULTI glue to the tip of a wooden skewer and let dry.
  8. When ready to place a rhinestone, add a tiny drop of glue and then pick up the rhinestone with the sticky pick-up stick and place perfectly.
  9. No more sticky fingers or rhinestones flipping over while placing on your projects!


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