Introduction: Kalie

In my house, we have many of these electricity pipes that run along the wall. So a few days back me and my wife decided to paint them bright red, just to give them importance and to brighten up the place. And some how it seemed to make almost perfect sense to have one of the characters from our collection of figures to be climbing up those pipes. So Bendy (Name of the character) had been on one of those pipes for a long time in our house. And sometime back we had spoken about this, that Wouldnt it be nice to just have a bunch of numbers from 1 to 31 put next to him on the pipe and then we could move him up and down to indicate the date of the month.

And thats how Kalie came into being.

Step 1: Things You Need

So here are a few things that you need to make your own.

1) A plain wall with an electric pipe. Something like the image below. Its not required to color the pipe though.

2) A bunch of vinyl cut letters. You could use the same size and color. But I had a two sheets left and had to mix and match them to complete the numbers.

3) Your favorite figure. A simple note here. In case your pipe doesnt have any space between itself and the wall, you might need to add a magnet to the figure to make sure it sticks to the pipe well.

Step 2: Things to Do

So first mark out your distances on the wall.
Then start sticking the numbers as you wish, just make sure you have enough distance between them for your figure to be able to point at the correct date.

Once you are done sticking the numbers, put your figure on and you are all done. Position the figure to point or indicate the current date, which in this photo is the 22nd.

Step 3: Done

Thats all that there is to it.

A very easy way to make a fun and interactive calendar.
Enjoy making your own Kalie

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    That's super cute! It would also be a fun way to create a child's growth chart on the wall. Fun for all!