Watch the video!
Click on the arrows below to flip through the pages of the calendar.
This is a wall calendar – the pages on the actual calendar flip vertically!
Create 12 unique paper projects – fun for the whole family!
The Twelve Months of Paper Calendar is a combination how-to book and calendar all-in-one. Explore a variety of papers and techniques while creating unique gifts, cards and home décor. 12 months and 12 projects feature a list of materials and tools you’ll need to complete each project, plus step-by-step photos, templates and easy-to-follow instructions. Although this is a wall calendar, the how-to content is everlasting!
New this year:
- 12 new projects featuring origami, pop-ups, paper cutting, weaving, quilling, and folding
- 4 guest artists: Trinity Adams, Béatrice Coron, Ann Martin & Shawn Sheehy created unique projects
- A video showing one step the most challenging part of each month’s project + an online resource list featuring all of the supplies in the calendar
I’m super excited to be donating $5 (or 20%) from each calendar sale to Paper for Water, a non-profit started by three young girls who exchange origami for donations to bring water to the thirsty worldwide.
Calendar + Paper Pack
The deluxe calendar package includes a copy of the calendar plus a curated collection of unique papers from around the world, as well as other materials you need to complete the projects (including battery-operated tea lights to make your lanterns glow). No need to source your own supplies! Most projects take 30 minutes or less to complete, and you probably already have all of the tools you’ll need to complete each project (cutting mat, scissors, craft knife, glue, etc).
This is the most popular package, and I highly recommend it if you are new to paper crafts – it comes with everything you need to create the projects!
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10 copies of the calendar. This package is intended for resale or for instructors.
Feel free to contact Helen if you have any questions!