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Monday, September 13, 2010

Thirty days hath September

Have you ever noticed how expensive some dry-erase perpetual calendars are?
I’m currently on a de-cluttering, organizing, simplifying, redecorating kick around my house… and figured I could create my own dry-erase perpetual calendar using the idea of picture frames, as I’ve done before.
A perpetual calendar means I wouldn’t need to find a new paper calendar year after year… a dry-erase calendar means it'll be a lot easier to shift around appointments/activities as I often have to do.
So, I thought I’d turn my little project into creating another free printable.  (See other freebies here.)
This particular calendar, isn’t huge – only 11”x14”, but it can still give you a general layout of your upcoming month’s activities, important dates, etc.  Placed behind a sheet of glass, it’s a format for your very own dry-erase perpetual calendar… at a fraction of the cost of similar calendars out there.
I’ve kept the colors light, so that your dry-erase markers will still show against the background… in case your handwriting is big, like mine.  ;) 
IMAGE - Blank Calendar - SOLIDS
To download the file(s) of your choice, click on the image above and you’ll be directed to their 4shared locations.  (I’ve also included a compressed file which includes all of the color choices.)  Then, just upload to your favorite online photo printer (Costco only charges $2.99 per print of this size!), put it inside an 11”x14” frame, and hang your framed piece on the wall.  Now you’ve got an inexpensive, dry-erase perpetual calendar for your home or office.  :)

*** UPDATED 06/26/12 ***
New download location for these images is here 


(If these are popular, I have plans to upload more with patterned backgrounds, and possibly create larger calendar images – I’ll keep ‘ya posted.)
I hope this simple calendar helps to keep you a little more organized and brightens up your space!
I’ll be posting this project to some of the link-up parties listed here:
I'm honored to have had this project featured on these sites. Thanks so much!!


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28 comments:

Taylor at Stain-Removal-101.com said...

These look really cute. I came from It's So Very Cheri's link party, by the way!

HSDesigns said...

This is FAB - I just came across your blog and I love it - THANK YOU SO MUCH. I would totally be interested in some patterned calendars - maybe a black and white damask - hint hint...lol
THANK YOU SO MUCH!

Donene said...

Thanks for this, what a fabulous idea!
I have a big request for all of you bloggers out there, I am in a contest for one of the posts I did on losing some weight. I just really need to have your vote because I would love to win this contest! All you need to do is go to the link I will put below and first become a fan or push the like button and then go to the right column and under the 14 pictures, click on my picture and make a comment that you vote for me! I know the power of blogland is big, so can you please vote! I would so, so, appreciate it!!!
http://www.facebook.com/#!/pages/Lehi-UT/Kristi-Approved/391083710513?ref=ts

malia said...

Aimee you are very talented... great idea and thank you for sharing it-- you are a generous soul

Kimberlee said...

What a great idea! I hadn't thought of having Costco print out the calander. I had seen the ones in the frames, and love them!
~Kimberlee
www.TheSpunkyDiva.blogspot.com

Laurel @ Ducks in a Row said...

Who wouldn't love this? Thanks!!

Laurel @ Ducks in a Row said...

Who wouldn't love this? Thanks!!

Kristina said...

oooh! I like this so much! Plus I have the big handwriting problem-lol! I'm thinking of printing two, putting them back to back and laminating them! Then I can have two months going simultaneously AND I can stick it on my fridge! FUN!
THanks for this idea!

malia said...

hope you link this up today at a crafty soiree!
www.yesterdayontuesday.com

Lori@Paisley Passions said...

I LOVE all the printables that you share!

~Lori @ Paisley Passions
Join my Linky Party Thrilling Thursdays

mrsapplejuice said...

I have been meaning to make a dry erase calendar for quite a white. In fact, I actually was thinking about it as I browsed blogs, and then I happened to stumble upon a link to this post from http://funtocraft.blogspot.com Thanks for sharing!

Carrie and Mike Groff said...

New follower here (your 100th follower!!)stopping by from SassySites Blog Hop today :-) Look forward to getting to know you! Hop on over and check out our blog! We look forward to seeing you!

Carrie A Groff
http://livingahealthybeachlife.blogspot.com

Hanna said...

I'm your newest follower from Friday blog hop. Lovely blog;) you can find me at www.bouffeebambini.blogspot.com

Sassy Sites! said...

Thanks for being a part of our Sassy Sites blog party! I hope you have a wonderful weekend! xoxo

Marni @ Sassy Sites!
http://sassysites.blogspot.com/

- Brittany said...

This is really great! Thanks for sharing.

Brittany
http://www.prettyhandygirl.com

lisawitt said...

That's a great idea! And cute too!

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Em @ Bunch of Scrap said...

GREAT idea thanks for linking up!

Becky@Beyond The Picket Fence said...

This is awesome! What a great gift this would make for teachers, etc. Thanks for linking up to Beyond the Picket Fence's Under $100 Linky Party

Katie's Nesting Spot said...

That's awesome, I've seen frames turned into dry erase boards but they usually involve a time consuming process. I know I'd have trouble lining things up so evenly. I LOVE this, so handy and a quick way to add some pretty color to your room. I could even personalize it a bit with some scrapbook rub-ons if I wanted. Thank you for joining us at A Crafty Soiree! I hope you'll come back next week and link up again!

PS: How do you get your link list to display in columns so nicely? Now THAT is something I'd love to know.

Pine Tree Home said...

How cool. Thank you for this. I wanted something where I can write my exercise schedule and this is perfect. The colors are so fun too. No more boring black and white.

Lori@Paisley Passions said...

Thanks SO much for joining in on Thrilling Thursdays @ Paisley Passions. I hope to see you again this week :)
~Lori S.
Thrilling Thursdays @Paisley Passions

Anonymous said...

Thank you, this was great!

Ashlee @ I'm Topsy Turvy said...

Fun printable! Thanks for sharing again! Thanks for linking up to Topsy Turvy Tuesday's!

Jill Bayless said...

Love the idea of the black and white in the first post. Also would love to see a birthday calendar like these. Thanks for sharing your hard work!

Creative Genius? said...

Hi there - not sure if you still get messages but I tried to download these and it gave me an error saying these weren't available anymore. I'd love to get copies if you have them so I don't have to recreate it all ;-)

My email is spotsaccount AT yahoo DOT com

Thank you!

Cara said...

I tried to download them and got an error message as well. :(

ClutteredMama said...

LOVE, LOVE, LOVE this. I found you via A Diamond in the Stuff via Pinterest and your printable has made my LIFE!!!!!!! THANK YOU!!!

(I blogged about it/linked to you here: http://www.theclutteredhouse.com/2012/11/a-pinterest-y-kind-of-weekend.html)

Angela said...

This is GREAT!!! My mom actually wanted to buy the one from Pottery Barn for me for Christmas and I wouldn't let her spend so much on something I knew I could create for much cheaper. I just stumbled upon this (thanks Pinterest!) and it couldn't be more perfect! Before I print and buy a frame though, I wanted to know if these were infact popular enough for you to make larger with printed backgrounds? I didn't see them anywhere, but wanted to ask just in case. Thank you so much!

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