So here is my best attempt and please excuse the photos.
You need to cut your card stock ( I've used 290GSM cardstock for this one, (nothing too thick otherwise it won't fit after you have put your covering paper on)) to approximately 135mm x 118mm so that it fits into your CD case.
I then inked the edges of my base cards with PINK PASTEL from my COLORBOX QUEUE CHALK CATS EYES.
I trimmed the covering paper down to the size that I required and then inked the edges of these also with my CATS EYES from COLORBOX in WARM RED.
Apply DS tape all the way around your covering paper so that you don't have any loose edges, as you may notice the paper I've used is recycled from an last years calendar.
I also got all my other bits that I was about to stick on ready at this stage. I find if you are unsure of where you are sticking your bits, then the tabbing system works beautifully.
Next attach your calendar tab which I also inked the edges so that it stands out with the DARK PEONY from my COLORBOX QUEUE CHALK tower.
Then I attached my main image which is also recyled from the same calendar .... the art work is by A.M. GIRLING by the way.
If you want to doodle on your completed page, you can but I felt this didn't need anything else although I did have a pen at the ready just in case.
This is a view from above of the completed calendar.
This is the completed calendar from the front (complete with mess although most of it has been cropped out heheheehe). I will eventually cover the out side of the calendar as well so it isn't just plain, but I don't believe any of you need help for that - you could also use alcohol inks I should think but I don't have any of those so I'm not entirely sure.
I hope this helps Dazie and any of you out there that would like to give this a go.
Take care all and have a lovely day.