Make this calendar stand and then print off this gorgeous printable from Flinthouse Design Studio. Or you can just use it to display a photo.
When one of my favorite graphic designers reached out saying she wanted to collaborate with me, I was so stoked!! We thought a calendar right before the new year would be a fun way to kick off the New Year and I thought it would be such a fun gift.
I received free product from Rustoleum to complete this project! As always, these opinions are 100% my own.
I used left over shiplap, spray paint, and wood glue for this project. That is it! it turned out so sleek and modern just like Jessie’s designs!
What you need for your DIY Calendar stand
- Circular Saw (or jig saw)
- Shiplap scraps
- Wood glue
- Spray paint
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Rust Oleum 280711 AmericanGorilla 6202001 Wood Glue,Black & Decker BDECS300C
You will start by cutting your boards into 6″ pieces. I used two 4″ wide boards and one 1″ board.
Next you will glue the 1″ board to the bottom of one of the 4″ boards.
Once this is dry, you will flip over the board, and glue the other 4″ piece on the top!
I propped up this part while it dried using two other boards I had cut.
I let it dry, then spray painted it my favorite matte black from Rustoleum!
This turned out so sleek and modern. I am just loving the way it looks with these gorgeous designs Jessie has put together.
Jessie is launching an all new design studio and if you like sleek, minimal design you HAVE to follow her! Check out her website here, her instagram here and of course Facebook right here!
But the very best part is Jessie has given you the free printable of this stunning calendar! FOR FREE. I honestly feel like her work just looks like an art piece so even if you just print it off and hang it on a wall i won’t blame you. Get all 12 months HERE!!
What a great idea! I’m slightly obsessed with calendars and this is such a fun way to display them!