So many calendars, so little time! I’m going to be wrapping up my 2011 calendar roundups over the next couple of weeks, but it’s going to be difficult to stop because there are just so many great designs out there this year. Every time I think that I’ve found as many as I can, I end up finding a few (or twenty) more!
SusyJack* always has one of my favorite wall calendars. The spectrum of color in the nature silhouettes is simply lovely.
The desk calendar version is gorgeous, too:
I love argyle, so it’s no surprise that I’m digging Albertine Press’ 2011 letterpress calendar. The accordion fold design is super cool, too! Available in green & gray and dusty blue & gray.
A Little Hut’s Box Calendar is such a unique design. The 3D calendar comes pre-scored and pre-cut, and you can customize the calendar by adding pieces of colored paper or fabric to the back. So cool! An SVG version of the calendar is also available for those of you who have digital die-cutters.
These limited edition 2011 Folky Calendars by Junecraft are so much fun, and the 11×14 inch calendars can be framed for a more finished look, too. Available in red and orange or blue and green.
Snow & Graham has a little something for everyone! Their wall calendars, desk calendars, and the new accordion calendars featuring Snow & Grahams trademark floral illustrations make great gifts, too.
I can’t get enough of the foodie calendars, and this one by English Muffin is super cute. Inspired by Saturday mornings at the market, the 2011 ” Counting the Kitchen” calendar features a different food illustration for each month, and you can frame the 5×5 inch illustrations when the month is finished. Available in English and French.
Jumping Jack Designs’ 2011 calendar features a different, hand drawn illustration for every month and comes with magnetic display clip for hanging. Printed on 30% post consumer waste recycled paper with eco-friendly wax inks.
Tamarindo Paper Company’s 2011 seasonal wall calendar features such super cute illustrations for winter, spring, summer, and fall.
A series of favorite and brand new illustrations are featured in Nella Design’s 2011 desk calendar, housed in its own display case and ready for gifting or displaying in your office.
Blue Tricycle’s printable Lunar Calendar (Northern Hemisphere) features a different illustration every month and includes moon phase icons so you’ll know when to step outside and night for some moonwatching.
images from their respective owners