2010 Calendar Round-Up, Part 3

It’s finally here!  The final mega-installment of my 2010 calendar round-up has arrived, although I’ll continue to post some calendars individually as they are released over the next few weeks.  This installment ended up being pretty heavy on illustration, and I made sure to include some calendars with writing space in response to some of the feedback on earlier posts.  Enjoy!

So first up, an eco-friendly screen printed tear-away calendar from one of my favorite design duos — Two Trick Pony:

{two trick pony}

And for those of you looking for a calendar that allows you to write notes or mark birthdays, try this botanical calendar from Amy Marcella:

{amy marcella}

This year’s calendar from Mibo also has a little space for notes next to each day of the month, as well as a 12-month at-a-glance calendar, both available as printable downloads:



Beautiful illustrations in this limited edition wall calendar from Red Prairie Press:

{red prairie press}


Pearl & Marmalade released their first calendar this year, which includes some favorite design elements from their stationery collection as well as new illustrations:

{pearl & marmalade}


This letterpress calendar from Pikku was one of my favorite items from the NSS in May for its clean lines and modern, minimalist design — and it’s beautifully mounted on a screen printed wood plank:



Another beautifully vibrant gocco and screen printed calendar from Modern Printed Matter — sadly this is going to be the last year that Anna will gocco print her calendar, so get your 2010 version here:

{modern printed matter}


How cute is this printable post card calendar from Mufn Inc.?  Each month features hand-drawn illustrations and bright pops of color:

{mufn inc.}


Also in the printable category, Sweetbeets has come out with two downloadable, printable calendar designs this year:



For those of you preferring a more vertical layout, how about this calendar from Saddle Stitch Studio:

{saddle stitch studio}


Hand-drawn illustrations and hand-lettering in this letterpress calendar from One Canoe Two:



Love the papercut details in this calendar from A Little Hut:

{a little hut}


The 2010 limited edition calendar from Three Square Design features designs inspired by nature and graphic patterns printed on eco-friendly paper:

{three square design}

Residents of the Bay Area might like this letterpress calendar from Blue Cole:

{blue cole}

This perpetual calendar from Little Brown Pen will last indefinitely, and can easily do double duty as artwork:

{little brown pen}

I love the “Places I Have Never Been” theme of this calendar from JHill Design, available in both wall and desk versions:

{JHill Design}

Up Up Creative has a whole slew of calendars available for 2010, from a limited edition illustrated calendar to printable and take-along calendars.  Check ’em all out here:

{up up creative}

Finally, wouldn’t these food-inspired calendars by Claudia Pearson be so perfect as a kitchen calendar?  Claudia offers two versions, a hanging 12-month calendar and a poster-style calendar:

{claudia pearson}

Some super-cute and whimsical illustrations in this gocco-printed calendar from Crossbird:


And last up for today, one of my new favorites for 2010, this seasonal fabric calendar from Beth Fioritto:

{beth fioritto}

For the first two installments of my calendar round-up, just click here and here.

{images from their respective sources}

Floral & Fruit Prints by Claire Nereim

I came across these beautiful prints by Claire Nereim last night while looking around for calendars to feature in part 3 of my calendar round-up (coming up this afternoon!!).  Each print features illustrations inspired by months and seasons of the year, hand screened onto recycled heavyweight paper:



Pure loveliness for any time of year — you can find both prints in Claire's shop right here.

{image credits: Claire Nereim}

A Wedding at the Zoo

A good friend of mine is getting married at a zoo in Indiana next year, so these wedding invitations from Mr. Boddington’s Studio totally made me smile:




I also love the matching escort cards!  I really like the way the height of each card varies depending on the animal used in the design, imbuing a bit of whimsy into the display.  Check out a bit more, plus the bride’s gorgeous dress, right here.

{image credits: Mr. Boddington’s Studio}

2009 Holiday Cards, Part 4

Good morning everyone!  I hope you all had a lovely weekend.  I've got a few more holiday cards to share with you — so let's get going!  First up, Smock, with a huuuge eco-friendly holiday collection of both letterpress cards and wrapping paper:




I always love the holiday stationery from Satsuma Press — these letterpress cards printed in silver ink would be perfect as either holiday or New Year cards:


I also love Lynn's beautiful collaboration with Heather Moore of Skinny LaMinx — which includes both gift tags and soft blue and green letterpress cards:

{satsuma press}

Fugu Fugu Press has one of my favorite holiday collections this year, with this great mix of funny non-traditional letterpress holiday cards:

{fugu fugu press}

For a more retro holiday look, check out these Santa gift tags from Miss Pickles Press:

{miss pickles press}

To check out more 2009 holiday cards, just click here.

{images from their respective sources}

{happy weekend!}

I'm pretty sure the sun is shining for the first time all week here in DC – hooray!  Between sunshine and a friend visiting this weekend, I'm definitely ready to get a move on the weekend!  But in the meantime…


…a few links for you all to enjoy:

Oh, and just a reminder to any DC-area folks that I'll be speaking at the Not So Big Wedding this Sunday at Rockwood Manor. I hope you'll come by to say hello!

{image credits: revivify via you are my fave}