amy marcella 2012 calendars


If I have to embrace November getting here way too quickly, at least I can do it with a pretty new calendar page. The designs above and below are from Amy Marcella’s new 2012 wall calendar. Printed on 100% recycled Mohawk stock, each calendar has illustrations that can be trimmed off for framing once the month has passed. If you’re looking for a pretty way to pass time next year, you can pick up a calendar at Etsy right here for $25. xo, grace



  1. These prints are gorgeous! It’s kind of a twofer – use the calendar and then frame or pin up the print when you’re done!

  2. i love the idea of being able to frame the illustrations after the month. that is one beautiful and efficient calendar!

  3. Lauren says:

    They really are gorgeous; does she do a family planner version?

  4. amy says:

    Thank you! Lauren, I do not yet have a day planner, but one is in the works for next year!

  5. Tazim says:

    I like the way the dates are arranged…lots of room to write for each day! The prints are beautiful and calming.

  6. These are so beautiful, thanks for sharing! She’s located in my city! xo

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