To create various height elevations in the sections, I used a combination of foam core, pop up dots, and chipboard. I really like using foam core because it is lightweight and you get a nice evenly raised coverage under your paper. Use leftover chipboard shapes/alphas under paper mats for added height too- great way to use up your stash!
The last step is to adhere the sections back together again on another piece of cardstock. I took the glass out of a 12 x 12 frame and mounted the calendar to the backer board. This calendar could hang on a wall or be displayed on a desk.
supplies: Maya Road calendar sheers, American Crafts pattern paper, Bazzill cardstock
Article by: Virginia Nebel