Greetings all! In the midst of my frantic packing to move over to my BFF’s house next weekend, I’ve found a bit of time for online shopping, in this case for that marker of time that seems so quaint to a lot of people but is indispensable to me: calendars.
I’ve always loved wall calendars in addition to my planner fixation – I used to have as many as five per year, giving me an endless cycle of changing artwork that I could take apart in December and frame or collage or whatever my little heart desired. That love hasn’t changed, but nowadays it has a new outlet…you guessed it…Etsy.
So without more ado, I give you my favorite calendars and planners for 2015…with a surprise at the end!
Doctor Who Wibbly-Wobbly Timey-Wimey 2015 Calendar – The awesome thing about having a new Doctor is that now calendar makers can rejoice; there’s a Doctor for every month!
Harry Potter Divination Planner 2014-2015 (Pick your starting month) – I like the relative simplicity of this one, and that you can get it in an ultra thin month-in-view-only version if you like. You’ve got to love a planner that asks for your Patronus and House on the ID page. Also available are two Doctor Who planners (one called a Time Lord’s Companion, which is awesome) and a Sherlock version.
Kitty Krishna – Hello Kitty, Hindu style, done up like those restaurant calendars you get from your favorite Indian takeaway. Art by Vicki Berndt, perfect for an auspicious and adorable New Year.
Sass and Kick Ass
Quit Slackin’ and Make Shit Happen 2015 Weekly Planner – Nothing like a little sass to liven up something as pedestrian as a weekly planner. Nice and uncluttered on the inside, “retro” on the outside.
Printable Minimalist Calendar Template – endlessly useful for folks who, like me, can never remember birthdays. Put ‘em front and center (or left-column, as the case may be) and still have room in your monthly grid for holidays and happenings.
Fruits and Veggies 2015 Printable Calendar – an adorable 5″x7″ calendar, simple and colorful. It’s just so freaking cheerful, it would be perfect in a kitchen or breakfast nook.
2015 Doodle Monthly Planner – So. Cute. Each month is a different kind of grid – there are fish, a dirigible, picture frames, Autumn leaves, a beehive, and more. This one’s also a printable, letter-sized.
Typographic Wall Calendar – I’ve been looking for an all-on-one-page 2015 calendar; at my day job it’s really handy to be able to go from month to month without having to stop and turn pages. I love the feel of this one, the gorgeous dark blue, the elegant script. What can I say? Love me some printables. Make as many as you want, no shipping costs, and no waiting.
Printable Calendar – Coloring Pages with Kolam Indian Motifs – Grown ups should color more. There’s something so therapeutic about it, and these designs have the added meditative benefit of working with a mandala.
Last but not least, I’d like to introduce my very first attempt to join the calendar fray – a printable 2015 monthly wall calendar of my own artwork – drawings, paintings, art journal pages, and ACEOs! Step right up for your very own copy, $7, no waiting.