There are so many beautiful calendars out there to be had, and now that it’s January there are great sales to take advantage of.
tearaway letterpress calendar by pistachiopress is a pretty little addition to
your bulletin board.
love the graphic and the sentiment on this poster calendar by michellesmith. It’s really a piece of art meant
to be framed and displayed.
crafty kids that are crazy for robots? The Build-a-Robot 2012 Paper Craft calendar has your
name all over it.
is offering a free (yes free!) printable mini calendar. It’s really too
cute for words.
love the clean simplicity of this simple design on recycled kraft card
stock by lettercdesign. The month is imprinted in crisp
white and you have a bit of space to write down important appointments.
What else do you need?
different, but I love the graphic circles — they make for a pretty
piece of abstract art. I like the idea of filling in important dates
using either a color coded system or just with a #2 pencil, old school
of old school, Old School Stationers has a gorgeous spiral bound
letterpress calendar for those of us that love the delicious feel of
fine paper. Treat yourself to a new print every month. Find it here.
now, for something a bit different, this calendar by Heather Lins Home (also shown at top) is printed
on eco friendly birch veneer. Add some pretty typography and you have a
beautiful gift for yourself.
have big plans for 2012, the year planner by Crispin Finn will let you plan out the year in style. I
love the industrial efficiency and their trademark red, white and blue
inks. Who says practical isn’t beautiful?
you don’t have a lot of room, this tearaway calendar by maydaystudio gives you a 1 inch square per day
to record important dates.
finally, we have The Last Calendar You Will Ever Need*. You may
have heard that the world will end on December 12, 2012. Something about
a Mayan calendar or something? Whether you take this prediction
seriously or not, we think that a 355 day calendar ending in
mid-December is a very clever thing indeed. Who gets any work done in
the last 10 days of the year, anyway?