2011 Calendar Round-Up, Part 2

It’s been a few weeks since my first 2011 calendar round-up, so it’s definitely time for another installment.  In fact, there are so many amazing new calendars that I’ll be back again with Part 3 a bit later today!  But first, let’s get a look a these lovelies…

First up, Lynn from Satsuma Press just released her 2011 calendar, and it’s an absolute beauty – full of her signature botanical illustrations in an understated color palette:



{satsuma press}

Last year, Wiley Valentine released the most adorable mini calendar – perfect for a quick date-check on an office wall or next to the computer – and this year they’re back with a 2011 version in four colorways and a couple of font and design options!


{wiley valentine}

Snow and Graham always has lovely calendars, and this year there are 5 versions to choose from!  Pick one (or all) from a hanging calendar, write-on calendar, accordion calendar, desk calendar, or mini calendar:


{snow and graham}

The calendars from Night Owl Paper Goods are a wonderful (and eco-friendly) option – both the hanging Dutch Owl calendar and desk calendars are printed on both sides on sustainably harvested wood veneer:

Night Owl Paper Goods Desk Calendar

Night Owl Paper Goods Hanging Wall Calendar

{night owl paper goods}

If you’re looking for something a bit more on the quirky side, check out this tear-away letterpress calendar from Oddball Press:

oddball press 2011 calendar oddball press 2011 calendar

{oddball press}

In the over-achiever category, Maggie from Campbell Raw Press has created three different calendar formats for 2011 – a hand-bound calendar, a hanging wall calendar, and a day book!  Both book calendars feature Japanese silkscreened chiyogami paper covers, while the hanging calendar and hand-bound calendar feature letterpress printing with hand lettering and Maggie’s original illustrations:

bound calendar

letterpress hanging calendar

letterpress day book calendar

{campbell raw press}

Susy Jack* is back with a new calendar for 2011, each month featuring one of Susy’s signature modern floral and botanical illustrations:

Susy-Jack-2011-Calendar2 Susy-Jack-2011-Calendar

{Susy Jack}

Laura from Curious Doodles is offering two screen printed calendars – a monthly calendar on chipboard and a holiday-themed tea towel calendar:



{curious doodles}

Jodi from Paisley Tree Press also has a new 2011 letterpress calendar, each month with its own original illustration:

paisley tree press 2011 letterpress calendar

paisley tree letterpress 2011 calendar

{paisley tree press}

Speaking of illustrations, I’m loving the fun illustrations in the limited edition 2011 calendar from Beau Ideal:

beau ideal limited edition 2011 illustrated calendar

{beau ideal}

Last up (at least for now) – these tea towel calendars with bold typography from Avril Loreti are just ridiculously cool:

typography tea towel calendars typography tea towel calendars

{avril loreti}

Check back soon for more 2011 calendars!

*Wiley Valentine and Paisley Tree Press are two of my fantastic sponsors; for more on my editorial policies, please click here.

{all images from their respective sources}

  1. I like choosing a larger size calendar and a smaller size one each year.

    Love the Curious Doodles one for my desk area.
    Sadly, Susy Jack doesn’t ship to Canada.

    Love your calendar round up–will keep an eye out for another larger size–thanks for helping to narrow down the myriad of choices!


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