2011 Desk Calendars

It’s time to focus on smaller calendars, perfect for a desktop space. The question I keep asking myself as I round up these 2011 treats is, how many calendars are too many for one room? I usually have one at my desk and one on my wall, and maybe a daily planner open on my desk that I can write in…and a smaller planner in my purse and a year-at-a-glance hanging on the wall at work with maybe another smaller one. And of course a Chick-fi- A Cowlendar…Ok so I have a sickness. An addiction, if you will. But as a person who needs to be surrounded by organization, I welcome beautiful ways to keep my schedule in order. It’s so helpful to see the dates of the whole year, and to keep close track of the months at your desk. Here are some great helpers:

I love the delicate, breezy botanicals from Colette Paperie.

This desktop calendar from Michelle Brusegaard is unique and bold with fun indie designs.

Modern, striking, and simple graphics make this Red Poppy Shop calendar a winner.

“Modern Whimsy” indeed, and I love how you can write holidays out to the side. When you’re done, the paper of this girlingearstudio creation can be planted in the ground and wildflowers will grow-very cool!

Did I mention I love botanicals? These from alinamarie are so classy, and you print the PDFs yourself.

I can’t get enough of mid-century modern furniture! This cheery calendar from P.S. Paper Goods celebrates that time in design and makes me smile.

Finally, something really different that kids would love, this little tree on a stand, by Sukie, is a perpetual calendar…just turn the notches for the day, month year and even the season! Adorable.

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