Numbered Days; Pretty Calendars

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I was bragging a few posts ago about how absolutely beautiful and lovely my paint chip wall calendar is, so I’ll lead off with that one.
Here it is! Very pretty, very bright, very beautiful. Even more perfect than the 2016 one.
In fact, I’m almost a bit sad that I didn’t switch over to it in August (because it goes from August 2016-December 2017) much as I love the version that is one my wall now (but the dreary December palate is really bumming me out).

This really pretty collaborative calendar that one of my favorite bloggers, Joanna Goddard of Cup of Jo, worked on. Particularly fond of May’s design.

I’m a fan of this city illustrations one!  Including lovely cities like Paris, Venice, New York, Rio, and Seville! May 2017 bring you lots of exciting travels.

If you are a fan of bright and poppy prints and illustrations, I love this watercolor pattern design. These are the kinds of prints I like using for the desktop background on my laptop (currently penguins spelling out the alphabet).

Abstract and colorful art prints.

A gorgeous and girly calendar from flapperdoodle, one of my favorite Etsy shops, in perennially chic black and white.

If you keep your calendar in the kitchen like we do at home, this one is nicely on-topic. And this one too!

A completely oddly wonderful animal portrait calendar with squirrels and snowy owls and sea horses (Oh my!). It reminds me of the Zoologist perfume line.

For the gardeners among us.

Or you can always do the thing where you go to the calendar kiosks at the mall and rifle through the options?

 

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