2011 Calendar Round-Up, Part 9

Since we’re on the subject of the upcoming new year, I have a few more 2011 calendars to share with you!  This year might mark a new record of beautiful calendars, and this round-up includes some new calendars from long-time favorites as well as new-to-me shops and designers:



{A beautiful organic wreath calendar from the Kring Emporium of Tiny Literature, Cards, and Other Things Paper}


{Love the airmail-inspired details on this monthly calendar from Salix Studio}



{Tea towel calendar from Ash + Anchor}


{This calendar from Tiselle is so much fun!  Tiselle is a wholesale-only company, but you can find a list of stores right here}

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{The screen printed calendars from Mociun + Corwin are always works of art}

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{A beautiful watercolor calendar from The Wild Unknown}




{An Apple a Day letterpress calendar from Vik Design}


{Tigerfood Press}



{Each yearly calendar from Magnolia Moonlight features original illustrations and hand-written text}


{Etsy created its own calendar this year, letterpress printed by Dutch Door Press, available in blue or brown}


{A sweet calendar perfect for an entryway from Michelle Smith}


{Silkscreen poster-style calendar from Hero}


{Orange silhouette calendar from Lox Papers}


{A monthly collaborative calendar from Jane Hancock Papers}

You can check out Parts 1 – 8 of my 2011 calendar round-up right here!

{images from their respective sources}

  1. These are all fantastic looking! Love the top calender and will definitely purchase a few from Tiselle, too cute!!!

  2. Thank you for featuring Salix Studio’s calendar! I’m thrilled to have a mention on this amazing blog. Truly exciting!

  3. I had the great opportunity to work with 12 other designers & illustrators on the calendar by Jane Hancock Papers (bottom image). It turned out so gorgeous! I am biased, granted, but I loved working with so many other great talents out there and letterpress always has me weak in the knees! 🙂 (Oh and for those curious- I’m July!)

  4. Greetings! I’ve been following your website for some time now and finally got the courage to go ahead and give you a shout out from New Caney Texas! Just wanted to say keep up the good work!

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