I'm trying to find an unusual four-season calendar kit I had as a kid that included stick-on Colorform-like transparencies.
I want to find this calendar kit I had in the early 1980s, but I have no idea who made it or if it still exists. It consisted of several pieces.
As I remember, the main part was a laminated sheet, maybe 8-10 inches high, that contained a calendar grid of numbers (1-31), but no days of the week; a drawing of a bare tree and surrounding ground; and drawings of a boy and a girl.
The rest of the kit consisted of several Colorform
-like, partly-transparent pieces that you would stick onto the main sheet to show what month or season it was:
-- For the tree/ground, there were four different pieces that would make the tree look like it was covered with snow, or full of leaves, or only partly covered with leaves (autumn), or with little spring buds.
-- For the boy and girl, you could make them look like they were in parkas, in fall clothes, in spring clothes, or in summer bathing suits.
-- Finally, there was a sticker that said "SUNDAY" or "SUN." that you would stick above the "1" on the number grid to make the current month's calendar accurate.
I have no idea what company made it, or if it still exists, or how to go about finding it. Google and eBay have not helped at all. Any ideas? Or does anyone else remember having something like this?