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Old 10-10-2013, 06:04 AM   #1
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Where would I find a free mini 2014 calendar to print for my Christmas card and assemble the months? Has anyone tried the rubber cement across the top or sewing the twelve layers?I am having an awful time downloading anything from a search. Having a wonderful time on Cards for a Cause. So many areas on the website I hope this is the right one to ask a question? Thanks,Arlee
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Check the Dowloads forum. There are a couple of great calendars by our own Cat. Hope one of them will work for you. Here is a link:

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Where would I find a free mini 2014 calendar to print for my Christmas card and assemble the months? Has anyone tried the rubber cement across the top or sewing the twelve layers?I am having an awful time downloading anything from a search. Having a wonderful time on Cards for a Cause. So many areas on the website I hope this is the right one to ask a question? Thanks,Arlee
Arlee, here is a blog post with a tutorial on how to make the mini calendar using rubber cement. I've also seen them sewed across the top, but I think that would be harder to do. I sew quite a bit, and sewing layers of fabric is hard sometimes, so I bet it would be even harder to sew that many layers of paper.

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Arlee, here is a blog post with a tutorial on how to make the mini calendar using rubber cement. I've also seen them sewed across the top, but I think that would be harder to do. I sew quite a bit, and sewing layers of fabric is hard sometimes, so I bet it would be even harder to sew that many layers of paper.

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Bugga, you always have the best links!

Arlee - I have made tear-off pads that same way, except using Tacky glue. It was what I had handy at the time, and it worked just great.
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Cheryl is that the glue you can reposition?
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Arlee - I have made tear-off pads that same way, except using Tacky glue. It was what I had handy at the time, and it worked just great.
Well thank you, Cheryl. I'm a retired executive assistant, and I think I miss doing research. I like to find things and look stuff up!
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I think I saw some downloadable calendars on A Muse's website.
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I used my Tim Holtz Tiny Attacher to put mine together...
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Just a comment. Who puts the names under ours? Wondering where I got the glitter queen from. I never glitter.
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Here is a link that explains it:

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Arlee - sorry to not reply sooner, I was away from the computer.

The Tacky glue isn't repositionable. It's made by Alene's, though (same company as the repositionable). The best way I can describe it is much thicker Elmer's glue. And when it dries, it is very flexible. As a matter of fact, when dried, it feels the same as the padding glue that's on scratch pads that you buy at an office supply store.
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Thank you. I think I have some of that.
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I just came across this freebie this morning: 2014 Printable Calendar Findingnana
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Would like small printable calendar I can cut and stack. About 1 and half inches to two wide and about the same heighth but also need the year with the month. Thanks All!
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