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  1. 1. • Cut out each part, then glue each one in layers to form a 3D picture. Refer to the photo for the order of each part.• Between each layer, glue several small pieces of foam or cardboard, These pieces will act as support to raise each level slightly higher than the previous layer. Side View paper foam • No need to buy expensive foam. Simply take a piece of the styrofoam padding found in cardboard packages to cut into small pieces for forming the different layers. • At the beginning of each new month you can carefully cut the calendar section off of your 3D picture, and keep the 3D picture to hang on your wall or use in any other way you wish. Cut lines Mountain fold Valley fold glue spot • Tips: Print pages 2, 3, and 4 on cardstock and use simple white glue. Before adding glue to the pieces, you may want to position them on the scenery to see where they all fit. Also, feel free to rearange them a different way if you like. • Collect all 12 calendars. Art by Didier Martin Copyright © 2011 by Didier Martin 3D Calendar - April 2011 - Page 1
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  4. 4. corners part to glue on the back after attaching a string (see photo instruction) parts for the frame3D Calendar - April 2011 - Page 4
  5. 5. 1 2 43 small pieces of foam glued behind the different parts 5 3D Calendar - April 2011 - Page 5
  6. 6. Jesus and NicodemusOne night, Nicodemus, a ruler of the Pharisees, cameto see Jesus. He knew of the miracles that Jesus hadperformed and heard of the wonderful words Jesus hadtaught the multitudes, and he wanted to learn more.Jesus explained to Nicodemus that if someone wants tosee the kingdom of God, he must be born again, to notonly be born physically, but to have a spiritual birth aswell.Then Jesus told Nicodemus the beautiful words of John3:16 “For God so loved the world that He gave His onlybegotten Son, that whoever believes in Him should notperish but have everlasting life.”You can read more about Nicodemus in another chapterof the Gospel of John in chapter 19, verses 38-40.You can read the full story in John 3, verses 3 to 21 3D Calendar - April 2011 - Page 6