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    Hi everyone... hope you are all well...

    i have designed calender pages and now want to make it into a calender to hang on the wall but have no idea how i do this or what i need to do this...

    hope someone can help

    Babydoll
    my Buddies are angelwithin

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    This link might get you started on 2008. MH51 and Gizmo both posted 2007 templates in this thread. If you any graphics program, you could edit Mary's JPGs for the 2008 dates. If you don't have a graphics program, hang in there. Someone will probably upload one as 2008 approaches.

    http://www.scrapbookmax.com/forums/s...light=calendar

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    • #3
      Originally posted by Babydoll View Post
      Hi everyone... hope you are all well...

      i have designed calender pages and now want to make it into a calender to hang on the wall but have no idea how i do this or what i need to do this...

      hope someone can help

      Babydoll
      Hey Babydoll..... can you upload a page of what you've done so far & then maybe we could see what you still need to do..??
      Have you designed the graphics and still need the grid to complete the page or vice versa...?

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      • #4
        hi

        hey guys... i have completed all the calender pages - with graphics and calender layout... but now i just have 12 completed pages... i want the calender to hang on the wall and thats what i am stuck at, how do i bind it etc so it will look like a proper calender?

        thanks

        Babydoll
        xxx
        my Buddies are angelwithin

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        • #5
          I took the finished pages to the copy shop had them bound in a flip over calender. and got copies for the whole family.
          Mint


          buddies are- angelwithin

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          • #6
            Your local office supply or craft store has calendar creator kits. You get the paper to print on and the spiral binding. The instructions are included. This would be if your format could fit on 8 1/2 by 11 paper.

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            • #7
              thanks

              Thanks for the advice... am going to go to the local craft shop next week when i am hopefully well enought to go out

              Babydoll
              xxx
              my Buddies are angelwithin

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