finally – 2016 Doily variation


NOTE: I added a 2015 version of the doily calendar that uses the SAME FONT as the 2016 version.  Find it here

I found that making the 2016 version of my doily calendar wasn’t all that bad – it turns out there are a number of months where one month from 2015 fits a 2016 month perfectly, without needing a single day added or deleted.  But I just can’t make myself just copy the exact format.  So the 2016 version shares some elements with the current one but the doily is WHITE on a coloured background and the font for the month name and date is different.  You can download it HERE.  (the two or three of you who are looking this far ahead – I’m betting there won’t be more than that, including the commenter who asked for it!)

I now must return to my decluttering – I am determined to finish!  Once I have I feel like I can scrap, as I now can actually find stuff that I know I have without wading thru stuff that should have been tossed in the bin years ago.  I have a bag full of UFO scrappy projects and I have a quilt that just needs the border sewn down, two crochet blankets that needs sorting before winter, and another quilt that I am holding off on till my MIL arrives because I need some advice on a particularly thorny issue.  Really, I feel like I need to just attack the UFOs like I have the house – start and just work my way around, one thing at a time till it’s done!

SO boring, but SO necessary…


4 thoughts on “finally – 2016 Doily variation

  1. I work in a very small cube with limited board space. While I like to have a nice store bought mini calendar up for the current month, I like to have a few months ahead in smaller form next to it so I don’t have to flip pages when I want to plan ahead. Your calendars work PERFECTLY for this! I really like this design too because it still has the numbers clearly visible, but the splashes of color are always nice in a blah cube.
    Thank you for your lovely designs. I enjoy them all year long!


  2. Love your calendars. Will you be making them in spanish also?


    • Probably. I haven’t made one YET but once I do get a “master” for each language for each year, it becomes easier. So if you see this, tell me which one you like and I’ll begin by converting that one to Spanish for 2016 🙂




  3. Pingback: A quick recap – all 2015 calendar printables and projects | scrappystickyinkymess

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