Organizational (and Creative!) Calendar Ideas for the New Year

Calendar Project - Project Life

Journal Your Year Calendar Project

Get organized and remain artful with this bright idea from Shoppe Manager Vanessa Spencer. Simply stencil the months from January-December onto Project Life cardstock and place inside a rustic wire basket for a functional and interactive calendar, sure to inspire a very creative 2014!

Click here for the step-by-step tutorial.

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Magnetic Calendar

Days of the Week Magnet Board

Use some of your favorite black and white family photographs, along with the Kelly Rae Roberts magnets to communicate (creatively) with your loved ones every week. Write down important events or fun messages and combine with mixed-media magnets for a unique twist on the traditional family calendar.

Click here for the free project.

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Ephemera Monthly  Project

Monthly Ephemera Drawer Project

Inspired by a library drawer and bright, vibrant colors, you can create this easy-to-make ephemera calendar to store your tasks, big dreams for the New Year, and whatever else you wish. Adding a few stamps and handwritten decorations really makes this project pop.

Click here to discover the step-by-step tutorial.

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Book of Lists

 Little Book of Lists

Organize your wishes or daily to-dos in a compact (and did we mention cute?) way. Instead of just storing lists in your phone or using your hand to pen down a sudden thought, use this adorable mini cigar box to capture ideas and carry it with you wherever you go.

Click here to create your own little book of lists.

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Daily Calendar Project

Daily Calendar Journal 

Imagine in five years time, if you were able to look back and see what you did on a specific day every year.  This project provides a great way to record memories, whether it’s a big event like a wedding or a simple trip to your favorite farmer’s market.

Click here to learn how to create your own daily calendar journal.

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Light Tomorrow with Today

Papaya Art 2014 Weekly Planner

 

Simply crack open this gorgeous Papaya Art planner and start organizing your week. With a sturdy, hard cover and special features like foil accents, pockets, and elastic closure, this spiral bound beauty can easily be stored on your desk or in your handbag to tote wherever you go. Each week features a new, feminine image to inspire your creativity.

Click here to start planning with Papaya Art Weekly Planners.

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For even more organization-inspired ideas and free projects, click here to visit The Studio.

*Do you have a “get organized” resolution? Please comment below with any other ideas that have helped you, to share with your fellow creative community!

With Somerset Place love,

Blog Writer

 

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2 Responses to “Organizational (and Creative!) Calendar Ideas for the New Year”

  1. Kathy S says:

    love these ideas and thank you for the inspiration- will certainly be trying a few of these ideas especially the book of lists- love it so sweet

  2. Karen Funk says:

    these ideas are so exciting. I would love to try several of them. So un-traditional.

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Calendar Project - Project Life

Journal Your Year Calendar Project

Get organized and remain artful with this bright idea from Shoppe Manager Vanessa Spencer. Simply stencil the months from January-December onto Project Life cardstock and place inside a rustic wire basket for a functional and interactive calendar, sure to inspire a very creative 2014!

Click here for the step-by-step tutorial.

***

Magnetic Calendar

Days of the Week Magnet Board

Use some of your favorite black and white family photographs, along with the Kelly Rae Roberts magnets to communicate (creatively) with your loved ones every week. Write down important events or fun messages and combine with mixed-media magnets for a unique twist on the traditional family calendar.

Click here for the free project.

***

Ephemera Monthly  Project

Monthly Ephemera Drawer Project

Inspired by a library drawer and bright, vibrant colors, you can create this easy-to-make ephemera calendar to store your tasks, big dreams for the New Year, and whatever else you wish. Adding a few stamps and handwritten decorations really makes this project pop.

Click here to discover the step-by-step tutorial.

***

Book of Lists

 Little Book of Lists

Organize your wishes or daily to-dos in a compact (and did we mention cute?) way. Instead of just storing lists in your phone or using your hand to pen down a sudden thought, use this adorable mini cigar box to capture ideas and carry it with you wherever you go.

Click here to create your own little book of lists.

***

Daily Calendar Project

Daily Calendar Journal 

Imagine in five years time, if you were able to look back and see what you did on a specific day every year.  This project provides a great way to record memories, whether it’s a big event like a wedding or a simple trip to your favorite farmer’s market.

Click here to learn how to create your own daily calendar journal.

***

Light Tomorrow with Today

Papaya Art 2014 Weekly Planner

 

Simply crack open this gorgeous Papaya Art planner and start organizing your week. With a sturdy, hard cover and special features like foil accents, pockets, and elastic closure, this spiral bound beauty can easily be stored on your desk or in your handbag to tote wherever you go. Each week features a new, feminine image to inspire your creativity.

Click here to start planning with Papaya Art Weekly Planners.

***

For even more organization-inspired ideas and free projects, click here to visit The Studio.

*Do you have a “get organized” resolution? Please comment below with any other ideas that have helped you, to share with your fellow creative community!

With Somerset Place love,

Blog Writer

 

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