Easy Printable Perpetual Calendar

DIY doesn’t get simpler than this. Make your own perpetual calendar! See my post over at SC Johnson Family Economics for a FREE PDF download and ideas for making and keeping your own. (And, by the way, these make really fun teachers’ gifts!)

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12 Responses to Easy Printable Perpetual Calendar

  1. #1 - Wanesia says:

    wow nice idea
    xoxo

  2. #2 - EDIEB says:

    Nice..I have seen these in nursing homes and hospitals to keep the patients alert as to where and when they are….good idea

  3. #3 - Helen says:

    Wow – it’s such a great idea – I love having the day of the month in BIG writing – so much easier to glance at than some weensy little desk calendar. TFS!
    Helen — Firenze Cards

  4. #4 - Tara K says:

    That’s a great idea! 🙂

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  6. #5 - maggie raguse says:

    hi Cathe! First of all, so NICE of you to stop by my blog for a visit. I was tickled that you dug through old posts, too—-it made my day to read your comments, girl!

    I love this perpetual calendar. I had to laugh at an earlier comment about seeing them in nursing homes…I was just talking with a friend about how forgetful and senile i’ve been feeling lately, so no wonder this concept seems perfect to me! Thanks as always for sharing such great downloads and freebies–so generous of you–and it’s so neat how you thoughtfully set the numbers down on the page a bit to allow space for a big clip. Love how little details like that are never overlooked by you.

    One other gush: the way you posterized this photo is so awesome! love that cool effect (oooh, the royal crown label & bottle). This image would look great enlarged, framed, and in my family room. you rock.

    maggie

  7. #6 - xashee says:

    you are so clever, i know i’ve said it before but you just keep on sharing such great ideas & gifts! so glad you follow me again but how funny as i delete the silly message, you replied… you’re always SPOT ON, my friend! thanks for sharing not only your crafts but you, too! hugs 🙂

  8. #7 - JamieM says:

    How fun!!! Thanks for sharing!

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