Calendar Labelling Guides


Acrylic Perpetual Calendars  - Labelling guide

Lay up your calendar with ease using our specially designed Labelling Guide. Made from 3mm thick clear acrylic and designed to perfectly outline where the etched grid is. 

How to use:

Peel protective paper off your backing panel and lay your guide on top. Ensure the  edges are lined up perfectly. You might like to temporarily tape it in place.

This will show where to place your labels. Once labels are applied, carefully remove the guide. Place clear front panel on top of your backing panels and screw together with stand offs. Your calendar is ready to go.

** This guide is fragile, edges have been purposefully designed at 6mm to allow maximum space when laying up. Please handle with care and store flat to prevent breaking. 

Did you know - all of our calendars have been sized to fit together. Create your own command centre from our range of calendars. 

 ** This calendar is designed to be wall mounted with standoffs. The front panel is reverse etched leaving a smooth, writable surface on the front. Vinyl labels are to be applied to the backing panel and will remain in-between the 2 pieces of acrylic. Backing panels can be changed to suit your decor. 

Don't want to wall mount? Take a look at our desk calendar range which is also suitable for adding magnets for the fridge.

Please note: Acrylic comes with a protective coating on both sides to prevent damage in transit. Please peel off prior to use. 


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Acrylic comes with a protective film or paper on both sides. Please peel off prior to use. 

Photos and images are for illustration purposes only. All items are sent as blanks.

Although we do our best to make sure that the colours displayed on our website are accurate, the actual colours may vary. Differences in monitors and the devices will result in subtle differences in colour and textures.

Mirror acrylic has a grey coloured backing. This is how the mirror effect is achieved. Please keep this in mind when choosing mirror acrylic for your products.