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2013 agenda day planner weekly calendar organizer – very last one!!!
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I designed this day planner as a holiday gift for my graphic design clients and have a few extra to share here on Etsy!

Each month features a quirky quote illustrated and designed by me. The whole planner is organized with tabs to make it easier to stay on track. On the back of the tabbed divider page is a monthly overview and then weekly pages with room to write appointments or to-do lists.

Size: 8" x 7.75" (including binding)

This planner was a collaboration between me, the printer, paper manufacturer and paper distributor. Everything is printed on an HP Indigo 7500 digital press on smooth 100% PCW-recycled papers. The cover is printed on textured stock and includes letterpress printing (2013) and a pocket in the back to hold notes, receipts, etc.

If you want to see what each monthly image looks like, you can take a peek at my desk calendar which uses the same quotes and illustrations: https://www.etsy.com/listing/112065193/2013-cd-case-desk-calendar-with

SHIPPING: because this planner weighs more than 13 ounces, it will be mailed via Priority Mail within the United States or via First Class International if going abroad.

If purchasing more than one and shipping to the same address, I will refund any cost difference of $2 or more.

*** this listing is for the day planner as described above – copyright remains with artist ***

2013 agenda day planner weekly calendar organizer...LAST ONE


  • Handmade item
  • Materials: paper, ink, wire binding
  • Ships worldwide from United States
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