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Easy Calendar Clips

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

HOW TO MAKE CALENDAR CLIPS

Keeping important papers together and having a calendar right at your fingertips can help keep you organized.

This simple project uses a Jumbo Paper Clip and a Small Size Self-Stick Calendar Pad

Use these Calendar Clips in

  • Notebooks, Binders, File Folders, Journals, Datebooks, Cookbooks.
  • Use them as Bookmarks.
  • Make excellent Gift Tags and Party Favors.

Make a bunch and sell them at craft shows and church bazaars. It is a great project for the kiddies. Everyone loves these Calendar Clips!

There are two different ways to make these clips: one keeps papers clipped at the top and the other keeps papers clipped on the side.

What you need:

  • Vippies Small Size Self-Stick Calendar Pads.
  • Jumbo Size Paper Clips.
  • Card Stock in a variety of colors.
  • Ruler and Bone Folder (to score the Card Stock).
  • Double-sided Sticky Foam Squares or Squares Tape.
  • Rubber Stamps.
  • Stamp Pads.
  • Punch Outs.

Step 1: Cut the Card Stock - for Top Clip cut to 2" x 3-1/2". For the Side Clip cut to 1-3/4" x 4".

Step 2: Use the Bone Folder and Ruler to score the cards in half. Then fold and crease them.

Step 3: Stamp your design or add your Punchouts on one side. This step must be done first before adding the clip or calendar.

Step 4: Use Double-sided Foam Squares or Foam Tape to hold the Paper Clip in place.

Step 5: Attach the Vippies Small Size Calendar Pad.


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  • Barbara Allen on

    Love these, too. Wish I could afford to purchase more calendars than my current order but I can’t right now – need to sell items already made first!!

  • Mary Ann on

    You can purchase the Self-Stick 2018 Calendar Pads from this website. Just go to the top of the Home Page and click on “Calendar Pads” in the menu. Hope this helps!

  • RIta Herman on

    How can I get the calendars. Do you sell them
    I don’t have printer. I would like at least 12 of them
    Thank you
    Rita


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