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Leafy Circle calendar for 2016

As requested, here is the Leafy Circle PDF for 2019. You people are WAY more organized than I am!

 

Here is the link – it is a two page PDF with 6 months on each page.

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As requested – leafy circles for 2019

I had a request for my leafy circles, updated for 2019.  Here they are, in two different ways.

First, the original ones for printing and die cutting or punching – these have the year date on each circle and are on two sheets:

Next is a One-Sheet version with all the months on a single sheet and the year date just in the middle.

It is all in one 3-page PDF but you can choose to print only the pages you need.

Not sure how interested people might be in the B&W version so feel free to comment if you are.

 

 

 

 


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Pretty CD – old school, but blank

OK so someone commented they preferred the older version of the Pretty CD calendar, which is fair enough, everyone has their own sense of style.  But I was just tired of the same old thing after 4 or 5 years of working with it.  I suppose if I was charging people for the files I would have to listen to the market but I’m not, so I don’t.  {smile}

But I am always happy to compromise.  This is it:

Basically, it is just the hard part, the framing circle with the month name. How is THAT helpful?  Well, two ways. If you have any editing skills at all, you can grab a free calendar for whatever year you need from an online source and paste the months into the frames digitally.  But easier, and more likely to be something ANYONE can do, is you can buy one of the little calendars from a craft store and glue it into the center.

You could scan a calendar and resize it digitally then print it.  That also means you could use a Monday to Sunday arrangement if you prefer it.

For a more labour intensive version, what about printing 31 of the January page and adding the numbers 1 to 31 in the big empty centre?  Or masking and decorating in the middle then adding a number over that? Then do the same for each month….

You could crop the page digitally then print each of the two month blocks full-page size and do any of the above on a bigger scale.

Sure, none of that is as easy as just printing the sheets, but it does leave much more room for your OWN creativity to take over.

You can download the blank version here.

I hope if you DO do something super interesting with it you’ll share.

 


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For the VERY forward thinking folk… 2018 to 2022 calendars +

Well.  This is going to seem excessive, unless you are a long-term planner.

One of my commenters, Kellie, IS planning for a life changing event, far in the future.  She likes my Doily calendar one-sheets and likes the idea of using them to count down to this event.  She asked, and while I am not one to think THAT far ahead, we had a chat and I decided it would actually benefit me too.  Once I create the basic calendar month blocks for any year, tweaking the fonts and such is relatively easy (well, at least if I am using monospaced fonts, but then I never do seem to do that!) Having it all sorted so far into the future means I can make calendars and one-sheets and focus on the decorative elements. So here they are!

Notice the blank sheets.  Kellie sent me a photo of her planning board and from looking at that I though hat blank sheets could be very helpful.  So I made corresponding sheets with only the date on them.  By printing one and then setting the top margin on her printer (or, low tech version, loading the top of the file with however many line feeds/returns to make the printing start below the doily decor) she (YOU) can print all sorts of things – check lists, ToDo lists, major milestones achieved , etc.

There are slight variations in the layout of the doilies and the fonts for the months are mostly different.  I probably could have changed the year to match the month but I liked it better the same as the days font.

If you are a planner person, you can easily print these on smaller paper, your printer will just scale them down.  I think there should be enough on the side for hole punching.

Anyway, I hope they are useful.  You can download the whole set, 2018 thru 2022, calendar one-sheets and blank pages (about 6 mb) HERE!

 


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2018 One Sheet Calendars

I have been trying to reorganize my files, a bit, and as I have collected them in one place, I thought I would add all the one sheets as one download.

 

You can grab them all here.

Now, these are a bit of a mix of sizes and styles.  But if you select the size you want to print, and Scale to Fit you should be able to print them in any size you need.  And if you can find the options to print multiple images on a page then you can play with that too.

Hopefully there are enough style and colour choices that you can find one you like.

 


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Pixel Calendar for 2018 and Sisters book folds

We had some mail issues in November, I won’t bore you with the technicalities, but it meant that I got mail sometimes, on some devices, but not on others.  So when it got fixed I got a lot of mail in a flood.  I seem to have missed a couple of template requests, so if you asked for one and have NOT gotten it, and you have already checked to make sure it didn’t get put in your SPAM folder, then come back to me.

I had a request for a favourite calendar, for 2018.  Download that here

And also a request for a book folding template that is probably useful for many, SISTERS. Here it is for download, a few options:


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One more blank 2018 Calendar, 3 sizes

Another request, from Margaret who quite likes Kravitz Extra Thermal as a font choice.

Here is the CD sized, 2 a page version:

Here is the smaller sized, 4 a page version (about 3 inches wide by 3 1/4 inches tall:

Here is the very small, 8 a page version – although there IS a box around each month, when I print them on my printer, the box doesn’t show up.  That could be a good thing, if you want some flexibility in what size you cut them. You can cut them with quite a long top area for decorating, up to 3 1/2 inches for the whole block.  Unless your printer prints the lines….:

Have fun – hopefully in time for creating gifts! And if you do, I’d sure love to see a photo! My email is in the About Me tab at the top!


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2018 DIY calendars (Decorate it yourself)

By request, I have a couple of 2018 calendars that you can decorate yourself.

First, here is a CD calendar sized one:

Download that here.

And the other is the smaller PL size cards:

And you can download that one here.

Hopefully this will give you a chance to get started on some Christmas gifts! Thanks, Kristi, for the nudge.  {wink}


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As requested – 2018 Banner calendar

I haven’t been doing the Project Life printables like I once did, but there are loads of them available in the drop-down menu at the top.  Most of them are not year-specific, but the calendar ones are.  If possible, I do try to update ones when people request them.  Myranda asked that the banner calendar be updated, and she did so in such a nice way, how could I say no?

I left the same font, in the interest of speed, but I may try to change that if I do a 2019 version! Here is a reminder:

And here is the download!

Make sure you check out the calendar projects page.  There are some ways to use 3×4 cards that you may not have seen.  Hopefully they will increase the usefulness of these, even if you don’t do PLT