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There are still two months left in 2008, but I’ve already started to drool over the 2009 calendars. With so many cute options out there, I admit I’m going to have trouble just buying one.

Here are my favorites so far:


Fun and modern, pspapergood’s calendar is going to add a splash of color to my desk next year.

Typography fan? OrangeBeautiful’s calendar features some of the all-time favorites.

This calendar is perfect for the kid in you. It’s a poster-sized calendar with a bubble to pop every day.

Sugarpaper’s letterpress calendar is the most elegant of the bunch. It even comes with its own silver easel.

With its whimsical drawings, behappynow’s 2009 calendar has plenty of room for writing down your important events and notes.

Uncommon Goods’ Step Perpetual Calendar isn’t a 2009 calendar, but it looks really cool and will last forever.

What calendars have caught your eye for 2009? Share in the comments.



5 Responses

  1. JLJ080808 says:

    I love these calendars; they ARE so fun. With my busy job and social life, a good calendar (or two or three) is a must. It's nice to know that at least one of those calendars in my life can be more aestethically pleasing than the kind you have to write all over. I love the creativity that's gone into some of these. I'm going to have my work cut out for me finding my 2009 calendar! Thanks Chelsey!

  2. I love all of them…the poster sized and the letterpress are my favorites, beautiful!!!

  3. Kelley says:

    OMG! Love the bubble wrap. And that perpetual calendar is really cool, too.

  4. Tonic Home says:

    I'm a huge calendar fan also. It's always this time of year when I start looking for really great designs that will inspire from month to month. You have great selections here!

  5. UGJoanna says:

    Hi Chelsey,
    Just wanted to say thanks for the perpetual calendar post! This site has so many helpful tips and products — I'll definitely be coming back.

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