|Paper Type||Art Paper, Cardboard, Coated Paper, Corrugated Board, Duplex Board, Fancy Paper, Kraft Paper, Newsprint Paper, Offset paper|
|Printing Type||Offset printing|
|Logo||Accept Customized Logo|
|Feature||Cover design, simple and generous, thick and durable paper|
|Binding||Perfect binding / Glue binding， Saddle stitch， Burst perfect binding / sewing glue binding， Lie flat perfect， Case bound / hard cover binding， Wire-O binding， Sewn|
|Lead Time||5 working days or more, depending on the quantity.|
|Packing||500pcs/box , 2000pcs/ctn or according to customer demand|
|MOQ||Offset printing: 300pcs|
|Payment Terms||T/T in advance, PayPal, or West Union|
How to make a calendar
1. Prepare A4 size white paper or colored cardboard. Card paper is thicker than ordinary white paper, and calendars made of card paper are more durable.
2. Use a ruler to draw a table with 7 vertical rows and 5 horizontal rows. Draw tables on 12 pieces of cardboard, each piece of paper represents a month.
Make sure that each cell has the same width and height, and no line is bent.
Draw with a pencil first, and when you have adjusted the size of each cell and the lines have been drawn straight, you can trace it again with a permanent marker.
3. Write down the month. Write the month at the top of each card-January, February, March, April, May, June, July, August, September, October, November and December. Write the month a bit larger, using watercolor pens, colored pencils, or colored markers.
Make sure to write the correct month.
4. Mark the day of the week. Write Monday to Friday in the first row of the form.
5 Fill in the date. The date should be written in the upper right corner of each cell. First find out the calendar of the previous year and see what day of the week the first day starts. For example, if the last day of December of last year was Wednesday, then the first day of January of this year was Thursday.
Make sure that the number of days in each month is accurate, because there are large and small months in the twelve months of a year.
In order to make it easier for you to remember the number of days in each month, you can remember this formula: April, June, September, and November have 31 days, except for February, the remaining 30 days, February 28 days in normal years, and February 29 days in leap years. .
6 Decorate the calendar. Each page of the calendar can be decorated according to your own wishes. Watercolor pens, colored pencils, markers, and crayons are all in the battle; stickers, sequins, and glitter glue are not bad; most importantly, use your imagination!
7 Mark the important days. Mark all important dates on the calendar, such as birthdays, Christmas, school days, etc. A more creative way is to find a picture related to this day and paste it on the corresponding date.
8 Hang up the calendar. Cut two holes at the top of each piece of cardboard. Note that the edges of the holes must be smooth. Find a long string, twine or cotton thread, and thread both ends into the hole so that you can hang it.