10 Free Printable Calendars 2017

10 Beautiful Freebie Printable Calendars for 2017

Happy 2017 everyone!

Hope you all had an amazing festive break.

It seems the new year is the perfect time to score some awesome freebies! I once again decided to take a good sniff around the web to see what free printable stuff I could find! I was quite spoilt for choice and decided to limit my selection to the ten gorgeous 2017 printable calendars below. Let’s kick off another year with a fresh start and a beautiful new calendar!

Let me know in the comments which calendar is your favourite!

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10 Free Printable Calendars 2017

(above) The beautiful calendar above designed by Kate of The Organized Dream has to be my favourite choice of all those I share today. Not only is the stunning, edgy floral watercolour design lovely to look at, you also get far more than just a 12 month calendar! Kate included an entire personal planner (daily planner, budget planner, meal planner, and more) as well as a blog planner – complete with a post calendar, stats tracker and a ton more – into the pack. What an amazing freebie! This will sure keep you organised!

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10 Free Printable Calendars 2017

(above) If you are looking for a calendar with a slightly more minimal look, this pretty hand-lettered and brushstroke calendar designed by graphic designer Mariah Althoff is just for you! You can print each colour-coded month out on a A4 piece of paper and, as you can see above, the calendar would be perfect for a wall-mounted clipboard!

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10 Free Printable Calendars 2017

(above) Here is another happy summer calendar from Audrey of This Little Street. Just like last year, Audrey did all the pretty illustrations and artwork and her friend Jessica of Coco and Mingo did the beautiful lettering and general layout of the calendar. Don’t you just love team efforts? I adore the cute illustrations – the month of July is especially pretty!

Side note: check out Audrey’s online shop – she designs the most beautiful wallpaper and fabrics.

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10 Free Printable Calendars 2017

(above) Jenn of My Fabuless Life designed this lovely vintage botanical desk calendar. While each month features a different colour-coded vintage floral design, Jenn states that it looks just as stunning if printed our in monochromatic black and white.

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10 Free Printable Calendars 2017

(above) Another desk calendar from My Fabuless Life – Jenn is being extra generous this year! By popular request Jenn converted last year’s beautiful watercolour florals freebie calendar into a 2017 calendar. Loving this one!

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10 Free Printable Calendars 2017

(above) Here is another brilliant calendar pack – this one designed by Ann of On Sutton Place. This freebie not only includes a monthly calendar, but also a year-at-a-glance, a weekly planner, a weekly menu planner, AND an inspirational printable! Thanks Ann for an awesome freebie!

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10 Free Printable Calendars 2017

(above) It seems I’m just a big old sucker for gorgeous watercolour florals! I simply adore this bold floral calendar designed by Andrea of The Cottage Market. I swear each month’s design is more beautiful than the next!

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10 Free Printable Calendars 2017

(above) Illustrator & web designer Mary of Mary Angela Designs celebrated her birthday and new design service by gifting her followers with this pretty candy-coloured geo printable calendar.

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10 Free Printable Calendars 2017

(above) If you are not into all those florals, you can try this abstract watercolour desk calendar designed by Freepik. The calendar comes in a vector format which is handy for a large sized print, but fair warning, you need Adobe Illustrator to open it.

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10 Free Printable Calendars 2017

(above) Want something a little different for your wall? Artist and designer Sara Woodrow created this edgy wall calendar featuring some of her new and old paintings. And even though the calendar is in Swedish it is still pretty easy to decipher which month is which!

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7 Fantastic Freebie Valentines Day Printables

With Valentine’s Day being a scant three days away some of you might be scurrying for last minute V-Day gift ideas. Luckily you have powerful tool to your disposal – that would be a little thing called the World Wide Web. The internet is filled with all kinds of awesome, affordable, unique gift ideas. In addition, we here at the Tabloid have made your search all that much easier. We have done the legwork for you…

We found seven playful, quirky and bright printables that will make excellent Valentine’s Day gifts or greetings for your loved one. Did I mention they are absolutely mahhala, for free, verniet?

Freebie printables are an excellent solution if you are low on time and funds. As most printables are designed by talented creatives and trained designers or artist, they are also, in most cases, less cheesy than the average heart-shaped, glitter-dusted, corny Valentine’s Day DIY.

Just download the printable greeting of your choice and print it out. For something a bit more professional you can pop down to your local printers during your lunch hour and have it printed on good quality card stock. You can also go one step further by purchasing a sleek box-frame to put your V-Day print in – hello quirky love-inspired wall art!

Please follow the links below to download…

(above) Megan, of Wit & Wonder, designed these “font-lover” Valentines Day cards for bydawnnicole.com. I love the simplistic red and black colour combination and the bold hand lettering. The card with the typewriter design is my favourite – “you are just my type” – too punny!

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(above) Hello!Lucky teamed up with CreativeLive who designed these delightfully different, totally unique Valentine’s cards. I seriously dig the bear card – so quirky!

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(above) Another punny printable – this one playing into the whole antler trend. Designed by Landee at Landeelu. I “deerly” love this greeting card too!

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(above) Hannah from We Lived Happily Ever After designed this beautiful understated Valentine’s Day greeting card along with three other just as beautiful designs.

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(above) You know I’m a sucker for watercolour! Alexis from Persia Lou designed this gorgeous watercolour heart-shaped gem V-Day printable.

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(above) Love this happy floral “love is all you need” printable design by Mary of At Home on the Bay. This one is big enough to make for a stunning framed print!

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(above) And lastly for all you Star Wars nuts out there! Kristin of Yellow Bliss Road designed these awesome Star Wars inspired Valentine’s day greetings. It contains classic pun-tastic lines like: “Yo-da one for me” and “I chews you”.

Have fun nerds!

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ALSO, don’t forget about the super punny Valentines Day printable gift tags I designed last year. If you are thinking of giving your loved ones yummy edible gifts – you know cupcakes, muffins, sweeties, nuts, etc. – these tags will be super appropriate and tongue in cheek!

{FREE} Valentines Day Printable Gift Tags {The Design Tabloid} (6)

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7 Beautiful Freebie Printable Calendars for 2016

It seems the new year is the perfect time to score some awesome freebies! I decided to take a good sniff around the web to see what free printable stuff I could find! I was quite spoilt for choice and decided to limit my selection to the seven gorgeous 2016 printable calendars below. Let me know in the comments which calendar is your favourite!

Please follow the links below to download…

(above) Of course we HAVE to start the freebie love with a local lovely! Somerset West based graphic designer, Carmia of Clementine Creative, designed this gorgeous brush-lettered calendar. Each month’s lettering has been hand painted in beautiful watercolours. The result is understated and happy.

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(above) Here is another happy summer calendar. Audrey of This Little Street did all the pretty illustrations and artwork and Jessica of Coco and Mingo did the beautiful lettering and general layout of the calendar. Don’t you just love team efforts? I love the cute little strawberry design of the February month page… although the month of May is equally lovely!

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(above) Michelle, of Elegance & Enchantment, asked her readers to vote for their favourite printable calendar design available through Michelle’s Etsy shop. This quirky motivational desk calendar (pictured right) won and is now free to download from Michelle’s website! Be sure to check out the other designs too – she has some gorgeous inspirational and motivational quote and Bible verse calendars available on her shop.

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(above) Kristi, from I Should Be Mopping The Floor, designed this beautiful 2016 calendar-at-a-glance freebie with it’s whimsy mason jar illustration. This calendar is perfect for the pin board by your desk or for quick reference in the kitchen.

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(above) The team at FTD Fresh shared this beautiful floral printable calendar for 2016. They were even kind enough to design it in two formats – a larger calendar perfect for the wall next to your desk and a more compact desk calendar!

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(above) Graphic Designer, Galit, of Two Brushes Designs celebrated the new year by gifting her Facebook followers with a free printable version of one of her beautifully designed calendars available on her successful Etsy shop. I do have a soft spot for gorgeous inky watercolour designs!

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(above) Want something a little different for your desk? Try this three dimensional calendar designed by Ananda from A Piece of Rainbow. She also gives you instructions as to how you should cut and put this together.

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2015 Printable Freebie Frenzy

Vicki of I Want That wrote an awesome post on the first day of the new year that featured some gorgeous free printable calendars for 2015 (check her post out here).

It seems the new year is the perfect time to score some awesome freebies! I decided to take a good sniff around the web to see what other free printable stuff I could find!

Please follow the links below to download….Elegance and Enchantment

(above) A cute 2015 desk calendar with motivational quotes and quirky illustrations, designed by Michelle at Elegance & Enchantment.

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(above) Printable goal cards for 2015 – available in both English AND Afrikaans! The lovely folks over at The Pretty Blog thought it would be easier to achieve your yearly goals if they are broken down into bit-sized bits… especially if you can jot them down on such cute cards!

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(above) A free printable calendar for 2015 – designed by The Cottage Market!

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Creating Really Awesome Free Things

(above) A bit of New Year affirmation with this funky hand-lettered print designed by C.R.A.F.T. (Creating Really Awesome Free Things)!

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Lanalou-Style(above) Another local lovely printable we spotted on Lanalou Style. This freebie includes a fun desktop wallpaper, motivational poster and even a 2015 goal planner desinged by Fathima Kathrada of Happiness is…

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{FREE} Valentine’s Day Printable Gift Tags

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Look ye here – it’s that time of the year again – Valentine’s Day!! It is almost scary to see how quickly it has swung our way again!

Things were so hectic in this office at the end of last year that we were not in a position to participate in the Consol Glass competition for the Xmas E-Book (Boo Hoo).  But we had determined that since they had supplied us with a few interesting glass containers, we would put them to good use for our Valentine’s Day blog posts.

This year, Marica’s mind went in the direction of those yummy edible gifts – you know cupcakes, muffins, sweeties, nuts and even a peach pud. After all – were we not told of old that “the way to a man’s heart is via his stomach.”  And since we know that “glass adds class” – we think we have a winning combination.

However, that then is not the end of the story.  In fact, the true essence of this post is going to be these super, cool free printable tags that Marica designed.  We try as a rule to avoid what we think to be “cheesy or corny” Valentine’s Day ideas, by steering away from the anticipated red and white images.  But hey – these tags and their tag lines are just so cute, that we are going with being “cute cheesy” this year.   I personally love it and think Marica has done a sterling job with them. Particularly by making them accessible to our readers as printables – sharing the luv!

Oh My Gosh – if I carry on writing any further, I will embarrass myself with the cheesy clichés I am coming up with. So, enough already from me.  All that remains to be said – kudos to you Marica.

CALL TO ACTION – get printing; make yummy edibles, pop into glass containers – and – ENJOY YOUR VALENTINE’S DAY with whoever you choose to share it with.