15 Calendars for 2015

15 Calendars for 2015 // Feast + West

With every Election Day (you’re voting, right?) comes a lot of talk about next year. It’s so hard to believe 2015 is less than two months away, but New Year’s will be here before we know it.

Yesterday I turned the page in my office calendar to November and realized it is time to order a new one for next year. Shopping for a new calendar is one of my favorite things about this time of year, so I compiled a list of 15 calendars for 2015 that I’m really digging. Calendars aren’t all puppies and kittens anymore (but I don’t think I would complain if they were). There are so many gorgeous designs to choose from these days, so I how will I ever choose? Accepting your votes in the comments. (And don’t forget to cast your real ballot today!) // susannah 

15 Calendars for 2015 // Feast + West

1. Cats Let Nothing Darken Their Roar Calendar ($38) // 2. DIY Embroidery Kit Calendar ($28) // 3. Snow & Graham Wall Calendar ($30) // 4. Paper Source Gold Foil Desk Calendar ($22.95) // 5. Social Print Studio Instagram Calendar ($40)

6. Keyboard Weekly Pad ($9) // 7. Mon Cahier Planner ($34) // 8. Chelsey Dyer Shop Astrology Calendar ($22) // 9. Idlewild Co. Gem + Mineral Wall Calendar ($21) // 10. Rifle Paper Co. Honey Bee Calendar ($18)

11. How Joyful Perpetual Calendar ($12) // 12. Pinwheel Print Shop Desk Calendar ($20) // 13. 1canoe2 Tea Towel Calendar ($24) // 14. Gingiber Cat Desk Calendar ($22) // 15. Craft-A-Day Box Calendar ($14.99)

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    • Susannah says

      Thanks so much for your comment, Anne! I really love the cleverness behind #1 — I admire that one every year. An embroidered calendar seems like a fun keepsake to make and hold onto. And everyone needs a good desktop calendar. I want them all. How many calendars is excessive?!

    • Susannah says

      Oh yes, Melody. Total agreement! I love the hand-lettering on #11, and I love that you can use it year after year to keep track of birthdays and anniversaries. My personal favorite, though, is #14. What can I say? I’m a cat lady! Thanks so much for your comment.

    • Susannah says

      I love those too, Katie! #8 is so fresh for being an astrology calendar, and I have to admit I already bought #9 for myself. 😉 I don’t think I could keep up with the Craft-a-Day calendar, but it’s nice to think about!

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