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2012 Weekly Calendar--Original Bird Art

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Back by popular demand, a new, 2012 calendar. This is a weekly appointment calendar, 4 1/4" wide x 5 1/2" tall, spiral bound at the top, with a nice thick back for support when writing. Nice, compact size fits in a purse or large pocket. Printed on a production quality, high resolution digital Press.

Artwork originally in acrylic, most of it published in field guides. Many of the birds are West Indian, others North American, plus a Panamanian parrot for good measure! This is very similar to the 2011 calendar, but there is an extra illustration because the layout required an additional page to round out all of the weeks in 2012, So, in total, there are 55, full color illustrations, one to accompany each calendar page. The paper is thicker than last year's, 70lb instead of 60lb, resulting in a more luxurious feel. You may enjoy some of the cute and playful associations between the names of the birds and the holidays.

All major US holidays included, Canadian, plus others. A 2013 calendar can be found at the back, along with three blank pages for notes. The calendar pages were designed by me in Photoshop, and were not taken from stock calendar pages.
Kristin Williams

2012 Weekly Calendar--Original Bird Art

Overview

  • Handmade item
  • Materials: digital prints on white paper, white cardstock cover, matte board backing, black plastic spiral binding
  • Ships worldwide from Pennsylvania, United States
  • Feedback: 405 reviews
  • Favorited by: 4 people