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Free Printable: Birthday Calendar | The Pretty Blog
As part of my ‘Get Organised’ revolution, I’m determined to remember everyone’s birthday this year. Well, what’s left of this year. This is such a gorgeous freebie, a nice way to have both a pretty art on your wall and keep organised!

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Free Printable: Birthday Calendar | The Pretty Blog

As part of my ‘Get Organised’ revolution, I’m determined to remember everyone’s birthday this year. Well, what’s left of this year. This is such a gorgeous freebie, a nice way to have both a pretty art on your wall and keep organised!

Aug 23rd, 2011
how can we not love this pretty little paper camper that doubles as a calendar? and the june one was a whale! cuteness overload!
(via DIY Papercraft Camping Scene Calendar @Craftzine.com blog)

how can we not love this pretty little paper camper that doubles as a calendar? and the june one was a whale! cuteness overload!

(via DIY Papercraft Camping Scene Calendar @Craftzine.com blog)

(Source: curiositygroup.com)

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so sweet! for owl lovers: make your own 2011 calendar from preset illustrations!
My Owl Barn: Owl Lover 2011 Calendar

so sweet! for owl lovers: make your own 2011 calendar from preset illustrations!

My Owl Barn: Owl Lover 2011 Calendar

Dec 30th, 2010
not your regular calendar journal.
“The idea is very simple — flip to the current date and at the end of the day, write down something that happened. Some days it is big things like ‘Annie took her first steps.’ Other days it is small, like ‘needed more than one cup of coffee this morning.’”
then, after a few years, you can go back and check what happened on that exact day throughout the times. interesting, huh? and really easy to make, i must add. 
Design*Sponge » Blog Archive » diy project: vintage postcard calendar journal

not your regular calendar journal.

The idea is very simple — flip to the current date and at the end of the day, write down something that happened. Some days it is big things like ‘Annie took her first steps.’ Other days it is small, like ‘needed more than one cup of coffee this morning.’”

then, after a few years, you can go back and check what happened on that exact day throughout the times. interesting, huh? and really easy to make, i must add. 

Design*Sponge » Blog Archive » diy project: vintage postcard calendar journal

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