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A calendar I love

I know lots of people calendar electronically now.  I do not.  I have a paper calendar that I use for work and everything else, but the last couple of years, I've done a shutterfly easel desk calendar.  I've really enjoyed them, so I wanted to share.

Last year I did this calendar (this was a new thing last year and the selection of how many pics you wanted per month either wasn't available or working when I built mine):

This year I planned to do another similar one, so I had this ready to order...
but right before I ordered I saw that they had a new (or new to me) option that I ordered instead... Y'all.  I couldn't love this more.  I used pics from my various vacations and the quality turned out great!  This may seem like an untimely post, but the great thing is that you can pick which month you want to start with, so this could be something you can do anytime.  
They sit on a little wooden easel like this... {Milan}
I love each month so much, but here's a clos…
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