Vintage calendar

Add a touch of nostalgia to your space with vintage calendar ideas. Explore unique and creative ways to incorporate vintage calendars into your home decor for a charming and timeless look.
Shabby Calendar Pages for 1916, 1917 - Old Design Shop Blog Printables, Design, Vintage, Vintage Calendar, Booklet, Calendar Pages, Paper Ephemera, Calendar Design, Vintage Paper

Here are two shabby calendar pages: one for 1916, one for 1917. These pages are from a vintage booklet that was published for the Russell Grader Mfg. Co. of Minneapolis, Minn., circa 1916. Click on images to enlarge. Related posts that may interest you: News of the Week Antique Newspaper Article Dolly Dingle and Sammy...Read More

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Today I am sharing 12 beautiful pages of Free Printable 2024 Vintage Floral Monthly Calendar. This beautiful calendar can be used in junk journals, or as a thoughtful gift for someone special. Each of the 12 pages is uniquely designed with vintage flowers and features a beautiful background. To access the printable sheets, simply click

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** NOVEMBER 2015 UPDATE: I was made aware that the download link for this calendar was no longer working. I have fixed the link, so it works now! If you have any trouble with it, please feel free to email me directly at adbugphotographyanddesign (at) gmail (dot) com. THANKS! ;) My family blog is private, so I decided to share this on my photography website. I created this Calendar Template this past summer. I printed it from Costco & put it in a frame I found at the DI (a local thrift shop)…

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