Yes, I’ve made another one! Obviously a lot of readers were interested in the calendar I created for 2015, the year that’s now nearly gone already.
So here it is: A brand new calendar for the upcoming year! Reduced in colour and based on different splashes and brush strokes on the one hand and vintage illutrations that lead through the seasons of nature on the other hand, completed by two of my alltime favourite fonts. And again in two versions, an English and a German one. That’s it. I really hope you like it, too.
I printed a few sets of this calendar at once, cause I think it makes a really nice christmas gift. Actually, I didn’t use my home printer this time, but brought the file to my local copy shop. The quality of a professional laser printer is unbeatable – especially with large spaces of black. And isn’t it nice to support your local businesses as well?
Of course feel free to print the calendar at home. Follow the printing instructions below for that.
Use a bit stronger paper/cardstock. 150-300g/m² is perfect.
The calendar pages are intended for A5 format – hence set your printing options on “two pages on one”, print “original size” (not “fit to page”). If your printer is able to do that, set it on “borderless printing”.
Cut out the pages and assemble on a store-bought or DIY clipboard, on a wire or clothing hanger, with pegs and string,…
This calendar is free for personal, not for commercial use. If you’d like to share this calendar, please feel free to use some images, but please credit and link back to this page.Thanks!