7 Great 2010 Calendars
Prop up the cheery small pages―made of recycled paper and soy ink―in the included jewel case stand. Turn them over for a list of holidays and space to jot down important events.
To buy: $11.20, eggpress.com.
Linda & Harriet
Fun for a teen girl, this 9-by-5-inch letterpress calendar is tied together by ribbon. Plus, the bottom of each page can be removed and sent as a postcard.
To buy: $30, shop.broadwaypaper.com.
Ink + Wit
This kids’ room option has grown-up charm; you might even want to trim and frame the artwork later. Each page shows two months and its own quirky scene.
To buy: $35, inkandwit.com.
Snow & Graham
Modern interpretations of natural forms (flowers, branches, birds) give this 5-by-6-inch desktop version a sweet sophistication. With its rich, glorious colors on heavy cardstock, it’s a standout accessory at any workstation.
To buy: $18, snowandgraham.com.
Farmer’s Market by Cavallini
Twelve hand-colored prints of delectable vegetables (tomatoes, onions, squash) have been reproduced from gorgeous 19th-century botanical engravings into this 13-by-19-inch calendar.
To buy: Unfortunately, this product is no longer available, but find similar products at katespaperie.com.
Part photographs, part painted landscapes, the works by French artist Labokoff in this 11-by-9-inch glossy calendar alternate between scenes of the French countryside and charming snippets of modern-day Paris.
To buy: $25, supermarkethq.com.