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Make a perpetual calendar with magnetic numbers that can be moved each month. The magnetic numbers can be put on any metal surface but why not put them ...
You will need: Magnetic sheet from magnetic L Plates from promotional magnets from saving all the magnetic strips from the back of old promotional calendars ...
Draw grid lines on your card about 12mm or half an inch apart. That spacing suits the 425g/1lb can that I used. If you use a can bigger ...
Cut the number grids into vertical strips. There is no need to cut them into individual numbers.
You'll need a roll of sticky tape that is wider than your strips. 18mm or 5/8 inch should be fine. In my experience this is considered to be ...
Turn over your number cards and glue on the magnetic strips that are cut just a bit smaller than the card.
Choose gift wrap that appeals to you or the person you're giving it to. Little patterns will probably look better. Or use sticky book covering with nice hologram ...
For all the months that only have 30 days and for February that has either 28 or 29 you will need three little number blockers. Just cut these ...
Glue or blu tac on the days of the week strip. Magnets won't hold very well because it curves around the can. You don't need to move it ...
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