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Free 2009 Calendars designed by Jayne Herbert.

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8y, 1w agoFound 8 years, 1 week ago
Jayne's free 2009 calendars
I designed some calendars for Christmas for family and friends and thought that others may appreciate them.

You can download them and print them free for your own personal use or you can now buy a printed version.

OK guys a bit of effort required to download them but a good choice and some stunning images.



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#1
did you design these?
#2
I wish I could say I did! Unfortunately I am quoting Jayne Herbert from her website!
#3
heat added, am sure it's useful for someone.
#4
Thankyou. I.m sure lovers of Cornwall will like it. :)
#5
been to cornwall in my exploring student days twice and on both occasions for 7 days ...
lovely!
#6
Thanks i didn't use the calendar but i now have a new desktop background instead.
Have some heat and rep.
#7
are there any sites or templates or something (?!) to make your own calendar? i'd love to make something like that, but with my own photos. would make cool pressies for daughter to give to friends.

Any ideas anyone?
#9
ChipSticks
are there any sites or templates or something (?!) to make your own calendar? i'd love to make something like that, but with my own photos. would make cool pressies for daughter to give to friends.

Any ideas anyone?


Don't the online photo shops offer that?
#10
I think Chipsticks means a template to download, add photos too, and then print off yourself (making them cheap and easy presents), rather than the purchased photo site ones.

A case of doing a bit of DTP work really, in whatever software you have available. There are certainly Word & Open Office calendar templates around, though not sure if there are any with set up areas for photos.
#11
jakaru - what font is your avvy. looking for a 'superslim' font.
#12
The font used is Frutiger Light - not as commonly seen as it used to be.

If you are thinking Slim as in narrow lines, there plenty of options - if you are thinking slim as in each character not being very wide (i.e. a condensed font), then theres not quite so much variation around I'd say. PM me if you want to talk fonts, save boring everyone. :)
#13
Looks smashing!
#14
Hey, what about that deal? Didn't you see it? You can have a calendar with your own photo:

http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/256899/create-a-free-printable-one-page-pe/
#15
thx :)

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