Happy 2019 friends! Seems so weird that this is the last year in the teens! And I guess what better way to start the new year than with a new calendar. I had every intention of sharing this post a little sooner – like before the new year started, but life sometimes has other plans…better late than never though, right? Last month I shared this DIY picture calendar over on Instagram – a post and video (you’ll have to click through, there’s a few in that highlight reel). Just a simple little project I made with some prints we had done in partnership with a company collab. Some of you had asked where the printable calendar was from – and it was one I made and thought I’d share here so those that wanted it had a place to grab it. We’re also now selling these wood photo blocks in our Etsy shop so you can grab one of those for your calendar as well if that’s how you’d like to display it.
For the calendar, I had pictures printed and cut them to size and glued in place (details below). For those that like to do everything by computer, and have a good printer, you can also just add a photo to the PDF (it’s an interactive PDF so you can add to it, I was able to do this using Adobe Acrobat), and then print the photo and calendar as one.What you need:
– printable calendar PDF
– good quality card stock/matte paper (I use this paper for projects like this)
– 12 photos
– paper cutter
– glue (using a plain old glue stick worked fine for my calendar)
Directions: Print calendar pages, cut to size (along lines). Cut photos to size – 3″ x 4.25″. Glue photos to calendar pages, let dry.