I've been wanting to design a calendar for years and finally got around to doing it. I've done two versions, both ready for you to download, print and give for the holidays.
The Sketch-It-Yourself calendar features an empty box waiting for you to fill it up with drawings, paper, fabric or whatever pleases you. The calendar uses the fonts Sketchetik Light (available for free from MyFonts) and Quicksand (available for free on Font Squirrel).
The Color-it-yourself calendar features the delicate and feminine designs of the font Matilde (available for free from TypeDepot). The numbers are typeset in Raleway (available for free from The League of Movable Type).
To download a print ready pdf of the Sketch-it-yourself calendar click here.
To download a print ready pdf of the Color-it-yourself calendar click here.
After downloading, open the pdf and print on cardstock (you will need seven pieces).
Using a paper cutter or ruler and blade, cut the pages in half vertically.
To hang the calendar, clip the pages together with a small binder clip and hang on a nail or thumbtack.
Tomorrow, I'll show you my wrapping recommendation for giving these calendars as gifts.