Looking for a little calendar action for your desk? Whether you’re in a cubicle or your dining room table which doubles as a workspace (cough, cough that would be my life until we find a larger flat), you can still make it feel all cozy-like and one way is with a desk calendar. Here are a few of the options out there at the moment…
Cat Seto, Comes with a reusable wood block holder made of reclaimed lumber – and it holds your pencil – cute!, $22.
SusyJack*, Susy does it again with her bold brights, this time in a jewel case, $19
Anna Cote, Screen/Gocco in jewel case, love the natural design elements and the pretty gold on her November view. $22
The Paper Thieves, letterpress calendar in black and white with wood block, man-friendly. :) $26
Jennifer Squires Productions, a new photo taken by Jennifer each month, $24
Avie Designs, in jewel case with 12 different designs to delight – one per month, $20
Daisy Princess Paperie, Flights of fancy calendar with bold, lovely graphics, $15
Delphine Letterpress, letterpress months with easel, $38 (limited edition)
Kitty Rogers, teeny tiny calendar with easel, 2″ x 3″ (about the size of a business card), $16
Night Owl Paper Goods, 12 month calendar printed on 6 double-sided pieces of real eco-friendly sustainably harvested birch, available in critter or pattern, $24.
JooJoo, This is so cute because if you trim the pictures at the end of the year, you can frame them as shown in the above photo. Isn’t this a great idea? You can put this on your desk as shown or tack it to the wall. $30
Alicia Bock, Paris a love story – perfect size for an easel on your desk, $29.
Egg Press, 12 pages, printed front and back, with jewel case stand included $16.
Susannah Tucker, losing yourself in a daydream… ah what a nice name! $20
Pixel Impress, I love the yellow and white zigzags!, $17
Blogging these calendars I’m thinking: Gosh 2010. Doesn’t that number freak you out just a little? Sheesh. In school, when I was in like 6th grade, we made these time capsules with stuff that was popular back then and buried them so that someday I guess when we were all living on other planets Jetson-style, someone would dig up our capsule and see what earthlings lived like. Or something. Anyway, I always thought of 2010 as being some major year in history. Like I’d meet George, Elroy, daughter Judy and wife Jane and we’d lunch at some cafe with robots serving us space food. What happened?!? Well, I rather like that we didn’t evolve into some cold, rather droidish society, at least not the metal kind though some of us may feel a bit bot-like in our day-to-day but still, I’m happy 2010 will be what it will be. I think it’s better than how I imagined in many ways, don’t you? But 2010. It’s making me feel like a dinosaur just saying it…
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