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As seen in the October 2008 issue of
Canadian Home Workshop
( Please see the issue for a detailed article.)
I think there are a couple of unique features to this project. First, the asymmetric frame gives an interesting look, and also allows your papers to spill off the side. The backing is cork, so you can use pushpins to hold various notes by the calendar. But there are also rare-earth magnets+bases at the bottom for holding things. A magnet in the frame is there to hold a pen. And the calendar itself is held up by an extra-large rare-earth magnet -- no tearing the calendar mounting hole on a nail!