It’s nearly here. 2016!! I’ve been working on some super cute 2016 Calendar printables just in time for the New Year and yay!! I’ve just finished them. They are really versatile. You can print out the three A4 size pages and use as they are. Just print on cardboard and hang up on the wall for each quarter. Or you can cut out the individual months and hang them up or put them in a little photo holder. There are so many ways to use these. I’ve also included a smaller version on one single A4 page. This is ideal for using in your A5 size planner. Simply cut in half and put the two halves together and laminate. That’s exactly what I’ve done with mine. I was hoping my new Kikki-k planner would arrive in time to take some photos of it in use but alas it hasn’t arrived yet. Fingers crossed for tomorrow.
I’ve always loved organising my new year and now with the rise in popularity of planners there is so much choice. The planner I ordered is really lovely and was on sale (it still might be if you’re interested go to this link). I can’t wait to start customising it. There are so many fab ideas on Instagram and Pinterest. I’ve gone pinning mad.
I’ve also got big plans to start making my own bits and bobs for my planner and will eventually get them in my shop to sell. So far I’ve made a really pretty charm to go with my new planner and some printables for the dashboard and calendar. I have many more ideas including stickers, little cards and quotes. So watch this space if you’re a planning nut like me. I also happen to have a lot of stationery stock from my online shop (which I’ve closed down) but will start selling all of those pieces right here. So keep a look out for them as well. I will start loading them into my store in the new year. Things like washi tape, stickers, stationery, memo notes – all sorts of cute, kawaii stationery and snail mail goodies. If you’re into scrapbooking, project life and art journalling I’m sure there will be something for you too.
So if you’d like to order yourself these super cute 2016 Calendar printables pop over to my shop to order. If you purchase one please let me know how you use it. I’d love to see what creative ideas my readers come up with.
I’ve also come up with a little freebie thank you for my lovely readers. One of the things I’d like to do in 2016 is to start a daily creative habit. One of the ladies in my art journal group came up with the awesome idea of doing a tiny teeny little abstract piece each day on a monthly calendar sheet. So I’ve created my own monthly calendar sheet specifically for this purpose. You can download it here. I will post more about this project later. Basically just fill each day in with a doodle or painting or whatever creative endeavour you feel like. I will create a new free printable for each month.
I hope you love these calendar printables as much as I do. They look much better in real life. Unfortunately I left my good camera at my parents-in-law’s on Boxing Day and haven’t been able to get back to get it. So my iPad had to suffice for the photos. I know they are not the best quality but I promise the printables themselves are really lovely. Please let me know if you use them and if you take a picture you could share it using my hashtag #sewcraftyprintablegoodness
I’m really looking forward to 2016! Yes I suffer from “New Year, New Me” syndrome but that’s not such a bad thing is it?! Happy New Year to everyone! I look forward to your continued support of my little blog. Lots of love. xx