2013 calendar posts
I made another small tear-off version with a pretty font. You can download it here.
This post has a bookmark calendar to download and print. I adapted it from one of my Project Life Printables.
This post is one that shows you how to use iPhoto to create a calendar that you can save as a PDF and print, rather than ordering online. It’s specifically for Mac users who have iPhoto and iCal, but this post has downloads you can grab of a couple of the ones I think the most useful.
This post adds a set of quarterly sheets for a CD calendar – great for gifts as you need only decorate 4 sheets! In black and brown.
This post contains the basic info on my collapsible calendar desk stand card. There are a few versions. It also includes a link to the circle tear-off printables.
This post expands the idea into one that includes a detatchable front and begins with basic card blanks of most any size (except very slim cards.)
The post here talks about my 2013 CD calendar and how to make it. The links for the PDFs of the circular calendars and there too! Here is the basic version with the frame plain:
And here is a more decorated version. The Grunge version is
not quite done yet but I’ll update when it is:
This is a version one of my followers created and sent to me – isn’t it fabulous?
The core 2013 calendar post is here! This will give you an idea of the style of the calendar for the cutable calendar.
2012 calendar posts
I usually make a calendar each year. This year I discovered a few interesting things about calendars, and a few interesting tricks for Photoshop/PSE. It seemed a good plan to collect them all in one place.
This post talks about the date strips, and the method for creating a MASTER that you can use year after year to create a new calendar. Also talks about the 2012 month layout and how you can save time by simple editing to create a whole new month. And this post has the two PDFs for the calendar shown. This post has the info on changing multiple layers of text in one step, which makes using the master file and changing your calendar year on year an absolute breeze.
This post shows making a small glued edge “tear off” block and talks about the sizing issues in the PDFs.
This post has two different PDFs, two font choices, shown above, solving the problem in the two-sheet version. Three pages, 4 months to a page, print and cut.