2015 Desk Calendar {free printable}

I rely heavily upon technology to keep my schedule organized, but I do love having a small desk calendar next to my computer for a quick date reference (and to add a little crafty cuteness to my work space). Here’s a quick and easy desk calendar you can create in minutes using our free printable (see links below photo) and some of our most popular tools.

2015 Desk Calendar by Aly Dosdall

To create this desk calendar I started by printing the pages on plain white cardstock. To print your own desk calendar pages, click on all three links below to download our free printables:

January through April 2015 Desk Calendar Pages
May through August 2015 Desk Calendar Pages
September through December 2015 Desk Calendar Pages

After printing all three sheets, I punched out the monthly pages with my 3×4 Card Punch (Square Corner). The 3×4 monthly pages are marked with guide lines so you know where to punch, and it’s easy to adjust the guide lines in the clear punch window. Just adjust all four lines so they are covered by the punch before punching–that way they don’t show on your completed calendar pages.

2015 Desk Calendar by Aly Dosdall_card punch

After punching out all of my monthly pages, I trimmed some 8×8 chipboard to 3×4 and covered it with papers from the It Factor collection. I added the date with stickers on the front cover, plus a few sequins, and then bound the covers and pages with The Cinch binding tool. I used white 3/4″ binding wire.

2015 Desk Calendar by Aly Dosdall_close

Here are some of the inside pages. You can stand the calendar up on your desk, place it on a mini easel, or hang it up on a mini clipboard. It’s a perfect size for a gift or for yourself, and it doesn’t take up much work space.

2015 Desk Calendar by Aly Dosdall_pages

Happy 2015 We R fans, and I hope you enjoy the New Year!



It Factor 12×12 Paper Pad
3×4 Card Punch (Square Corner)
The Cinch
3/4″ White Binding Wire
8×8″ Chipboard

18 thoughts on “2015 Desk Calendar {free printable}

  1. Pingback: Twelve Terrific Cinch Projects | We R Memory Keepers Blog

    • Hi Pauline, you’ll need to download each PDF file and save them to your computer first. Then you can open them in Adobe Reader (or another program that supports PDF files) and print them.

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