Alright, so I know that I said that part six of my calendar roundup was the final one, but I ended up finding about a dozen more calendars that I really like, so I just had to do another roundup. This is the final, final one … unless I manage to find more awesome calendars. No promises either way!
How clever is the Apple a Day letterpress calendar by Vik Design? Every day, you peel the variety sticker from your apple and place it in the corresponding date area, and by the end of the year you have a colorful record of your daily apply eating. A great idea for kids and adults:
As someone who loves vintage mason jars, I was instantly taken with Brown Parcel Press’ 2010 Mason Jar calendar:
Emily Ann Designs’ calendar celebrates a different creative pursuit every month, and the accompanying illustrations are too cute! This would make a great gift for a creative friend:
Becca Heuer’s four page letterpress calendar celebrates the seasons with beautiful, nature inspired illustrations:
A fun collection of laminated pocket calendars (eight different designs) featuring cool illustrations by Sandra Juto:
Gorgeous illustrations in Jen Corace’s 2010 calendar:
Orange Beautiful’s letterpress printed perpetual calendar, available in four colors, keeps going year after year:
The fourth annual Happify calendar features what has become their trademark chocolate brown and white illustrations – my faves are September’s typewriter and May’s wall of tools:
Lovely patterned illustrations in Olive Manna’s 2010 printable calendar, and while you’re visiting you must check out their fabric and notions!
Cool, modern pattern and illustration in Good on Paper’s eco-friendly calendar:
Beautiful botanical silhouettes in a sophisticated palette from Story by Mia:
images from their respective owners