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I love idioms; they are a colorful and deeply imbedded part of any language. For this calendar, I selected eight idioms and drew each in a way I thought reflected the meaning and/or feeling of that idiom.

This wall calendar includes the following eight idioms:

Cover: tip of the iceberg
January/February: red herring
March/April: gild the lily
May/June: don’t mince words
July/August: a drop in the ocean
September/October: go against the grain
November/December: misery loves company
Last page: day in the sun

When opened, the idiom is on the top page and the calendar is on the bottom page. The calendar is made up of four sheets of paper that are stapled in the middle, and each sheet is punched at the top and bottom so it can be hung on the wall.

— Calendar Size (when open) —
3.75 in x 10 in (9.5 cm x 25.4 cm)

— Printed on —
Sundance Felt Bright White Paper
80 lb Cover
Recycled
Acid Free

Idiom 2013 Calendar

Overview

  • Handmade item
  • Materials: Paper, Staples
  • Ships worldwide from Oregon, United States
  • Feedback: 10 reviews
  • Favorited by: 40 people