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Make Your Own Clipboard Perpetual Calendar to Match Any Space

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Make a clipboard perpetual calendar with just a printer, paper and a couple of clipboards. Customize it to match your room’s colors and use it year after year!

I don’t know about you, but I like things to be coordinated. Not matchy-matchy, but coordinated. Which is why I love this clipboard perpetual calendar – it can be customized to match the colors of any space. It also gets bonus points because it can be used year after year!

pendant light in yellow and clipboard perpetual calendar

Make Your Own Clipboard Perpetual Calendar

With just a few things – a computer, printer, paper and a couple of clipboards, this clipboard perpetual calendar can be created and put together in under an hour!

pendant light in yellow and clipboard perpetual calendar



1. Using any word processing program, type in the short form for all 12 months, plus the numbers 1-31, one per page (using page break or just the size of font). Choose a font and color – I used red and the font Stencil. The months were sized to 250 and the numbers were at 400. You could do a third clipboard with years too if you like.

2. Print, sort and hang!

white pedestal table, white eames chairs, hanging pendant light in yellow and clipboard perpetual calendar

You could make the months and dates in any color, for any room in the house. Maybe pink for a girl’s room or black for a man cave?


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    Super cute! We are working on our basement right now too and I can’t wait to see how yours turns out 🙂

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