Ok, I know we’re almost a week into the new year already. But I’m usually just now realizing I didn’t buy a calendar and I’m scrambling to find one that doesn’t have cats or cars on it. The upside is, I don’t have to pay much for them. That’s unless I cave in and use the one from the florist or the tire shop. Free, but uninspiring.
Despite my inability to read the calendar and know I need to replace it, I have several in my house. This Perpetual Button Calendar from Craft would be perfect for the sewing room. I could see this made with magnets and an upcycled baking sheet.
This Printable Perpetual Calendar from S.C. Johnson is so simple. It would be great in a little corner where you didn’t need a full-on calendar, like the laundry room. I don’t know why you’d need to know what day it is in the laundry room, but just go with it.
I love how colorful and lively this Perpetual Calendar from Sandy’s Space is.
I love the idea of perpetual calendars, which is probably obvious by now, but the problem is you can’t usually write on them. This Vinyl Wall Calendar from Etsy seller SimpleShapes solves that issue nicely.
This printable Words to Live By Calendar from Home Made Simple is pretty, but what I really like is all the different ways they show to display it. They also give you to option to download the pages as desktop backgrounds for your computer.
This Perpetual Family Calendar from Lowes would be a fun project to make with older kids.
You don’t often see a weekly perpetual calendar, but I love this Weekly Calendar from Next to Heaven.
This Vintage Postcard Calendar Journal from Design Sponge is amazing, and I wish I would have started something like this years ago.
I did buy a calendar for the dining room before Christmas. It has nice, big squares for writing on. The thing is, the front was shown in turquoise, and I assumed each month would be a different color. Nope. Every month is the same. B-O-R-I-N-G! What I need to brighten it up are these Cute Calendar Reminder Stickers from Etsy seller JoeyDesign. I might just make up some appointments, just so I can put stickers all over it.
I hope your 2012 is off to a good start!