In this post: This free 2020 printable calendar is easy to download and includes monthly calendar pages and inspiring seasonal photos to help you stay organized for 2020.⇒
I love a fresh start.
There’s nothing like a blank slate and the promise of a new year. New goals, new possibilities, potential opportunities, and various directions we can take our lives in. We can make sweeping changes with great impact or we can simply refine what we already have going on.
Have you ever looked at someone else taking great risks and wondered if you could ever be that person? Something like quitting a good job, sub-letting your living space and moving halfway across the world. Just for the experience. There happens to be someone very close to me doing exactly that, and while I’ve always had the drive to move forward and make change, I’m not sure I’ve ever been quite so daring.
Even if you like to follow the safe route, there’s something so exciting about a blank calendar, stretching out for 12 luscious months with days to fill in, as you please.
While most of us use the calendars on our phones when we’re out and on the go, it’s delightful to have a larger calendar in your home to see everything at a glance and plan for the future. You might hang it on the wall in the kitchen or put it in a large frame in the den. Leave the glass out of the frame and you can access it to write on. This is one of those small pleasures I often speak of, and the more inspiring the photos, the greater the gratification.
It was with that thought in mind and the popularity of my seasonal tables, that I decided it was time to create a calendar for my readers.
This FREE Printable 2020 Calendar is a monthly calendar with 12 printable pages, and all you need to do to access it is to subscribe to the blog. If you are already a subscriber, you will find it in the Subscribers Only Library. The link and password are included in every email I send out (including today’s).
*Do not attempt to print from these small sized images. The quality will be awful.
For the desk or tabletop calendar which can be put in a frame, my recommendation is to print it out on 8 1/2” x 11” card stock or photo paper, as it was designed perfectly for that proportion.
If you prefer a larger wall calendar, and you don’t have an oversize capacity printer, you can have it printed at Staples, or a similar store, on 11” x 17” paper, which is the same exact proportion. That’s a standard frame size as well, so you can frame it and hang it up. Then change out the page, as the months change, and you’re set for a year!
If you’d like to receive the calendar and you’re not currently a subscriber, simply fill out the form below. This will give you access to the direct download, as well as everything else in the Subscribers Only Library, including additional seasonal printables and my FREE eBook. The library is updated with new items throughout the year, so be sure to stick around for all the creative fun.
I also wanted to mention 2 new things you may have noticed on the blog. I’m beginning to try my hand at video, so you may begin to see short videos pop up, as an option, to watch on the blog. They will typically be about a minute in length and show you the same type of content you find on my blog, such as decor and tablescapes and other French Country goodness. It’s a nice quick way to get ideas about decorating.
If you’re reading on mobile and the player gets in your way, you can always X out of it, if you wait a few seconds. The videos are set to never auto-play with the sound on. If you’d like to hear the sound, which has so far been music I’ve selected to go with the topic, you can click on the button to turn it on. This is all new to me, so I’m sure they’ll improve as I get more experience, but I’m enjoying creating them and I welcome your feedback. Here’s a favorite one below, of our kitchen renovation:
The second thing I wanted to mention is the pink buttons at the top of the post. Those are there to make it easier for you to save your favorite images, or the entire post, by pinning to your Pinterest boards or sharing to Facebook or Twitter, as well.
This is the time of year to look back and evaluate, but also a time to look ahead and plan. I’ve got a lot of exciting things upcoming for the new year, and you can be sure I’ll be writing them in my printable 2020 calendar, too!
Printable 2020 Calendar Resource List
To get the look, click on the items below for direct links to the products. Where actual items were no longer available, I’ve provided similar options.
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