This Cricut Dry Erase Calendar is so easy to make, all you need is A Cricut Maker or other cutting machine, some vinyl, and transfer tape and you will have a dry erase masterpiece!
This DIY monthly calendar is made with a plexiglass sheet. And I love it so much better than the traditional paper calendar because it is reusable!
Just grab some dry-erase markers or chalk markers and write out your month right on the acrylic calendar. When the month is over, spray with a mild soap or use dishwashing detergent and give it a good cleaning so you can start over.
Can I Make A Calendar With My Cricut?
Yes, you will just cut out the vinyl, weed the excess vinyl and apply the vinyl to the acrylic board. You will have to use transfer tape for this project.
You can grab my SVG file, or you can flex your creativity and create your own design to cut out with your Cricut Machine or even Silhouette Cameo.
How To Make A Cricut Dry Erase Calendar?
This acrylic wall calendar is pretty easy to make, here is how you make a Cricut dry-erase calendar.
You will need:
- Calendar SVG
- Oracal 651 Vinyl
- Stand Off Screws
- Weeding tool
- Long Cricut mat
- Transfer Tape
- Acrylic sheet
- Cricut Machine
The acrylic I use, I get from amazon and it is already precut to the exact size that I need for this project. I wanted a large 24×26 inch calendar, but you can definitely make yours smaller.
You will just need to make sure to get the appropriate size acrylic and also resize the SVG files to fit your board.
Cricut Dry Erase Calendar Idea
This calendar is huge, I also made a chore chart for my girls that sits right next to it. I write everything I can out at the beginning of the month.
This way, at a glance I can look and see which activities the girls have coming up.
I am working hard on organizing my life and also my business. The organization really does make life easier!
If you try this out, come back and let me know what you think!
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