This year I set a personal goal to get organized. One thing that was a real mess was our family calendar. Keeping up with a busy schedule for a family of five can be a daunting task. Jotting notes on the dry erase board or the nearest scrap of paper were no longer working. I decided to turn to my digital and hybrid skills to create a planner that was practical, but also pretty. Having a weekly calendar that fit my current style kept me interested in using the planner all year long. I take my planner everywhere and update it often. This small step in organization has been such a great tool.
Are you a planner? Do you enjoy giving calendars as gifts? This year is quickly coming to an end and with the new year arriving soon it is time to think about planning ahead. Let’s talk calendars! There are so many amazing products available in the store to help you customize your own calendar.
You can save a ton of time by printing this Family Organizer Binder Kit from Gina Miller. It comes with many features to keep you organized, and while the monthly calendar is from a previous year, there are still so many elements of this bundle that make this a great tool for keeping your busy life organized.
If you want to completely customize a calendar, grab Lynne Marie’s DYY Template Builder. These templates are perfect when used as calendar toppers. The possibilities of personalization are endless!
If you are interested in creating a calendar on a smaller scale, pick up the 6×4 Calendar Templates for 2015 from Little Butterfly Wings. I am a total fan of these templates. Each month is unique and has a place holder for a photo.
The 2015 Calendar Title Cards from Paislee Press are customizable as well. I also appreciate that the calendars are available in Standard and European formats. I personally prefer to use the European calendar so that the week begins on Monday and the weekends are shown together on the calendar.
Start with a completely blank slate and create your own calendar using the Fully Editable 2015 Calendar grids from Lili Niclass.
If you prefer the linear style calendars, try these Calendar Stamps from Lili Niclass.
We cannot customize calendars without some gorgeous goodies to decorate with! Look at these hand drawn doodles from Kate Hadfield.
There are some great planning pieces in the Take Note collaboration from Pink Reptile Designs and Studio Basic Designs.
If you want a quick calendar that needs little customization, grab the 2015 3×4 Calendar Card set from Little Butterfly Wings. It is not only for those pocket style pages, but really makes a great portable calendar and a really cool gift.
Don’t forget to check the Seasonal Category to further personalize your calendar for each month. Thanks for visiting the blog today and happy planning.