Instead of adhering the paper to the frame, I just cut the paper 4 7/8" x 6 7/8", rounded the corners and then attached to frame using clips from HPH. By doing it this way you can flip the paper over to have a completely different look. The calendar has a magnet on the back. The magnets are made from two 3/4" punched pieces of chipboard (the thin piece of cardboard that is in the bg paper), stuck together and then a piece of bg paper and other punches. I then used crystal effects on top, and it made the magnets look like marbles. I used the thicker magnets so it would hold through a photo and cs. By not adhering the paper to the frame you can change your paper seasonally.
Date: Wednesday, February 21, 2007 GMT Views: 463