I'm trying to de-clutter my desk, and one of the things I needed was a two-week schedule dry-erase board. I have a monthly planner so only a two-week schedule board was necessary - to know which things I need to do as soon as possible as well as other schedules for the next two weeks. I found this metal magnetic board at Target and thought that it was the perfect size. See how I made this after the jump, and to download the free printable!
Metal magnetic dry erase board
Clear contact paper
Template (download here for png format)
I wanted my calendar to be just inside the rectangle so I measured it. Next, I laid the text and lines out on Photoshop and then cut it with my cutting machine.
After weeding out the excess vinyl and the areas I didn't want, I used clear contact paper to transfer my vinyl onto the board. Anyway, after peeling off the clear contact paper, you are done!
I love that I can draw stuff on the side too, or use them as writing space if need be.
No cutting machine, or don't want to go through all of this? Lucky you - I made a free printable of this two-week schedule calendar that you can just size and use in your binders, tack on your cork board or just do whatever with! I made them in a few colors:
Click here to download the full-page version of it - the document consists of four pages of the calendar in different colors, in pdf format. And here to download the two-in-one-page one, also in pdf format and in different colors.
I like my handy little calendar, even if it's a little bit lopsided (trying not to be so much of a perfectionist here @_@). I like how the two-week schedule is just enough for my needs/wants. How about you guys, do you like using a weekly schedule planner, a two-week one, or a monthly one? Again, leave me your lovely comments/suggestions/violent reactions down below. Have a great weekend folks!
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