When one year is over, another starts

When I was a kid we always bought a classic calendar sold by KFUK-KFUM (YMCA/YWCA in Sweden) I haven't seen them for years, so I decided to make one of my own.
I bought the calendar in a book shop and painted houses on a shed of paper. I was lucky and had a piece of cardboard left in a drawer, so I mounted it and then cut it out.
Now we have a calendar at home and maybe I''ll remember which  day and date it is.
PS. If anyone living in Gothenburg or Stockholm is in desperate need of a Christmas gift. I'm able to make some, just leave a comment here if you're interested!

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