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A few more 2019 Calendar bits

It has been quite the madhouse around here, on all fronts.  But I do have a few follow-up calendar things for you.

First I have a set of the circle calendars with journaling space beside them – nice for PL style spreads or even to add to a layout.  You can download them here.

And as another variation of that, a smaller set that I think would work well for a birthday calendar.  Print on cardstock and punch a hole for a book ring and there you go. And you can download that one here.

 

And lastly, another couple of bold calendar squares for making tear-offs.  Note the darker dividing lines.  I’ve had some feedback that the very pale lines are harder for older eyes to follow.  If having the lines show is annoying, simply cut just INSIDE the lines and they should still stack fine for a tear off. Download the 2 page set, black and brown, here.

Hopefully that will keep you happy as I am off doing touristy things with visitors, till November!

🙂


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2019 CD Circle quotes calendar

Another request. Luckily, I have always saved old calendars so generally making a new one based on an old one is actually pretty simple, if a bit boring.  But I know that people like what they like and if a particular style has worked for years it is nice to keep using the same one.  One of my favourite stories was a commenter who was using my calendars as a tracking device for the two years she and her hubby were working towards selling their ranch.  She had a whole display and timeline set up in their kitchen.  So she had a specific reason to want the same style over multiple years.

Anyway, here is the circle calendar with quotes, as requested.  I’ve stuck with the same font and same quotes although I may try to update that to a more modern style.

And I also did the 4-a-page version.  These print at just about 3×3 square.  They might fit the mini-CD boxes but I don’t have on to test out! Make what use of them you will and if you do, please share!

 

I am also working on creating the variation I have done before, which is the calendar on the left with lines for writing on the right.  They are Project Life sized (are people still in to that?  I am very out of touch!)  but would also work on a book ring, for example as a Birthday Calendar.   watch for that soon.


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2019 DIY Calendar with BOLD TEXT PL-style cards

There is one of those awkward titles again.

Still working thru some requests.  This time it is for one of the DIY calendars with bold text, easy to read for those of us with older eyes. This is based on the original one from a few years back:

And as a result is the 5-a page for 2 pages then a trio of blank cars with Daily Celebrations, Trending and Currently headings.

You can download that here.

Still working on the circle CD calendar with quotes but it should appear very soon.


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2019 Sunday start and Monday start 3×4 PL style calendars

Jeeze.  The post titles are getting too long as I try to cram all the descriptive info into them!

I don’t always do a Monday to Sunday in English-language calendars because they don’t get downloaded very often.  I like a Monday start in a planner but not so much my calendars.  But since I did them for French and Spanish, I figured I  might as well.

Click here to download the Monday to Sunday version.

 

And here is the one I prefer.  Click here to download the Sunday to Saturday version.


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3×4 Project Life style Spanish calendars for 2019

I must be getting old.  Or maybe it was trying to do 5 different calendars in three different  languages that did it!

I usually try to get to Spanish and French calendars at some point and since I had requests I figured it should be sooner rather than later.  Let’s start with the Spanish ones today.  I know from past years that while SPANISH calendars usually have a Monday start, other Spanish-speaking countries have a Sunday start so I do both.

For the Monday to Sunday Spanish calendar click HERE.

If you want the Sunday to Saturday version, click HERE.

As usual I tried to check the month dates about 5 times, and I did find occasional errors (which I corrected, of course) but I do remember a few years back when I used some internet site for the month names and got many comments saying it was wrong – mine was only wrong cause the internet site I used was wrong.  The design is in B&W but you could colour in the flowers with coloured pencils or Copics.

I will be adding English versions for Sunday to Saturday and Monday to Sunday (which I don’t always do) and a French Monday to Sunday version.  Then I have to do a LARGE PRINT version to fulfill another request.  Then I might be done for the year.  I’ll have to see if I get inspired…


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2019 WIDEtop and NO BOX Project Life sized calendar cards

People always seem to want some little tweak to the calendars!

A big thing is the DIY (Decorate it Yourself) versions.  People love adding washi tape or strips of cardstock or a border stamp, or about 100 other things.  Obviously the more room there is to do that, the better.  So, as requested in a comment, I’ve shifted the plain 2019 text blocks down, so it leaves a larger space at the top for decorating.  The WIDETOP version can be found here.

I have also done a version with no boxes.  You can cut them close for tear-offs,  cut them to decorate at the bottom. You might even be able to cut landscape with space at one side for decoration. But without the lines you’ll have to figure out that cutting on your own!

The NO-BOX version can be found here.

I have not had time to redo months from a current calendar as samples, but this old post has lots to use as inspiration!

And one of my followers sent me these adorable versions:

for cat people – or stampers:

Have fun!


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Been a while… Tear off calendars for 2019

I have been busy and also had a little relapse of my NAM so blogging has not been my top priority.  But I did manage to make a couple of sheets of tear-off blocks for 2019.  Those of you who like to make calendar related gifts might find them useful.  There are older posts, like this one,  that show how to make a tear-off calendar from cut month blocks.

I’ve tried to make these simple to cut this time, just cut along the lines.

Here is the flat-topped circle one:

And here is a version with a bit more space around it, in case you want to make your tear-offs a bit special, like these:

You can see how I do that here. There is also a cute, simple foldable calendar card project in that post, so worth having a look anyway.

And here are the plain block ones:

No idea why the line looks darker here.  I doesn’t look like that in the PDF preview!

I hesitate to say the dreaded C-word (not THAT one, the DECEMBER one!) but if you make gifts, that Calendar card project is one you can easily whip up and have a stash on hand in case you need an emergency gift!

Also bear in mind that many of the Project Life sized cards also make nice tear-off blocks:

and you can see other 2019 calendars here.

Have fun!

PS I am still more or less keeping up with the book folding templates, getting a few requests every day, just in case people think I am not doing them because I am not posting about them.  I am.


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One sheet calendars for 2018 and 2019

I had some time where I was forced to sit at my computer (mostly on hold) and after doing the things I HAD to do I took a moment to make a matching set of 2018-2019 calendar one-sheets.  I know a lot of people like these, for planners or to hang on the fridge or the wall.

Remember – if you have a planner of a certain size, these will print to whatever size you set your printer size to.  Your printer will probably have a slightly different dialog box than mine, but you should have the same, or at least very similar, options. If you change the COPIES per Page box, you will get two copies of each year on a single sheet.

If you change to LAYOUT and change PAGES per Sheet you will get both years on a single sheet:

And if you change the Paper Size, well you can change it to ANY size, including the option to create a custom paper size. So long as the paper fits in your printer you can print this on it.  You may have to tick the SCALE box or SCALE to Fit, but your should be able to do it.