Free printable 2009 calendar | How About Orange

December 05, 2008

Free printable 2009 calendar

The folks at Mibo are offering a printable 2009 calendar PDF and a chance to win a lovely tea towel (giveaway is every three months) to those who join their mailing list. Click here to sign up for your calendar.

30 comments:

zobars said...

wow nice artwork for a calendar.

Pam Hawk said...

Oh, that would look slick with my Ikea-ish furniture.
Perfect!

Andi said...

It never ceases to amaze me how many of these little treasures you keep finding.
Thanks for sharing.
Andi :-)

Larissa Holland said...

(pupils dilating)
Joy! clicking link right now, THANKS!

Larissa Holland said...

um...signed up and now I don't know where to get the pdf. Do they send it to you?

Jess said...

Yep, they email it to you within 24 hours, they say.

bhumika said...

Loved the calendar. thanks for sharing this :)

Fog and Thistle said...

So cute, I love it!

rosa said...

Great one, thanks! Finally i have an excuse to shake up the office space a litle... they won't even know what hit them!

hehe, love the chicken.

böcük said...

I love ıt :))

thrilled by the thought said...

Those are lovely!

Kat said...

What is a tea towel?

Stacey said...

I love the artwork but hate the way the weeks are set up. Guess I'm just traditional. :)

jen duncan said...

Love 'em--thanks!
Super cute tree you've got there, too. ;-)

Mary Kelly said...

how modern. ok I'm off to download my copy!

grace said...

Thank you! Solved 4 Christmas present problems with one post there, Orange Lady of Sharingness!

Jess said...

Excellent.

Kat, this is my understanding about tea towels. They are old fashioned things that originally hailed from Britain and have recently become all the rage. They seem to be thin, printed pieces of fabric that are surprisingly stiff and not useful in any way for drying anything. I'm not sure what they're good for, but they're usually very cute. I think of them as nonfunctional dish towels.

Gayathri said...

absolutely love the calendar! great finding as always! :)

Solveig said...

Fabby! Thanks for the link :)

twobadmice said...

Love the calendar. Thanks! Any ideas on A4 paper procurement in the US?

Jess said...

None. I'd say just print-to-fit on letter size. Trim off any extra if the margins get too big on the sides.

Pumpuli said...

This is an amazing gift from them! I can't thank you enogh. It'll make a perfect gift to a friend, it's exactly her style. This way I can actually afford to give her a present.

Thank You!

-Kirsti

Kari said...

Wow, what a great calendar. And for free - thanks!

Rachel said...

Fantastic calender! Love it, and love your blog.

And, Jess and Kat, a tea towel is used for drying dishes (I'm guessing you call it a dish towel!). Here in the antipodes, you used to see ones with flowers or maps on them pinned to kitchen walls.

Now they're used for presenting foods, very helpful for bringing a plate! I have a good tea towel which I use for covering loaves of bread while they cool.

Danielle said...

Thanks for sharing the link... I've been looking for a 2009 calendar and this one is perfect!

Marjorie Razorblade said...

So cute! Thanks for sharing this, it's just great :) Woot!

Web Designer said...

Beautiful artwork.
Thank you for sharing this link.

Anonymous said...

Hi, here you can finf a lovely calendar too:
http://mapiurka.blogspot.com/search/label/calendario%20-%20calendar
Tnak you!

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web design said...

It never ceases to amaze me how many of these little treasures you keep finding.
Thanks for sharing.
Andi :-)

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