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December 27, 2021

We are ready to ring in the new year here at Something Turquoise! It might be hard to remember to say “twenty-twenty-two” but we have a craft to help you remember every single month. This calendar was hand-illustrated by us, specifically for you!

How cute is this illustrated calendar?! All you have to do is print and cut this FREE pdf.
This super cute calendar was hand-illustrated by us, specifically for you for this tutorial.
How cute is this illustrated calendar?! All you have to do is print and cut this FREE pdf.
This super cute calendar was hand-illustrated by us, specifically for you for this tutorial.
How cute is this illustrated calendar?! All you have to do is print and cut this FREE pdf.
This super cute calendar was hand-illustrated by us, specifically for you for this tutorial.
How cute is this illustrated calendar?! All you have to do is print and cut this FREE pdf.
This super cute calendar was hand-illustrated by us, specifically for you for this tutorial.
How cute is this illustrated calendar?! All you have to do is print and cut this FREE pdf.
This super cute calendar was hand-illustrated by us, specifically for you for this tutorial.
How cute is this illustrated calendar?! All you have to do is print and cut this FREE pdf.
This super cute calendar was hand-illustrated by us, specifically for you for this tutorial.

SUPPLIES:

  • Cardstock
  • Canon Printer
  • Metal Wire Easel
  • Scissors or Paper Cutter
  • FREE PRINTABLE AT THE END OF THE POST
How cute is this illustrated calendar?! All you have to do is print and cut this FREE pdf.

Download and Print

Head to the end of this post to download the 6 page PDF to print at home. Select your printer and the standard 8.5 x 11 paper size and load your card stock into the printer.

This super cute calendar was hand-illustrated by us, specifically for you for this tutorial.
How cute is this illustrated calendar?! All you have to do is print and cut this FREE pdf.

Cut

Using a paper cutter is going to be the easiest to get the most straight cut across all of your calendar pieces. Just cut straight on the light grey line for a perfect cut.

This super cute calendar was hand-illustrated by us, specifically for you for this tutorial.
How cute is this illustrated calendar?! All you have to do is print and cut this FREE pdf.

Display

Stack all the prints together and place in the gold holder to display month by month as they pass.

This super cute calendar was hand-illustrated by us, specifically for you for this tutorial.
How cute is this illustrated calendar?! All you have to do is print and cut this FREE pdf.
This super cute calendar was hand-illustrated by us, specifically for you for this tutorial.
How cute is this illustrated calendar?! All you have to do is print and cut this FREE pdf.
This super cute calendar was hand-illustrated by us, specifically for you for this tutorial.
How cute is this illustrated calendar?! All you have to do is print and cut this FREE pdf.
This super cute calendar was hand-illustrated by us, specifically for you for this tutorial.
How cute is this illustrated calendar?! All you have to do is print and cut this FREE pdf.
This super cute calendar was hand-illustrated by us, specifically for you for this tutorial.
How cute is this illustrated calendar?! All you have to do is print and cut this FREE pdf.

Hein and Dandy for Something Turquoise

Hein & Dandy is a blog founded on crafts and creative writing, inspired by adventure and wellness. Make sure to check out our website for new projects and inspiration!

As with all our DIY tutorials, if you create one of our projects please send us a picture – We Love Seeing Your Creativity! If you use Instagram or Twitter please use the hashtag #SomethingTurquoiseDIY and it will show up on our Get Social page. Happy Crafting!

DIY Tutorial Credits

Photography + DIY Tutorial: Carli Hein of Hein & Dandy // Canon Printer: Amazon // Cardstock: Amazon // Metal Easel: Amazon

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