Sixteen for Sixteen | 16 Gorgeous 2016 Calendars

It's that time of year where all of the new calendars are popping up for the new year ahead and it looks like 2016 is going to be another stunner.  Here's a look at a few (16 for 2016) that have dropped into our radar.

1. Coffee & Tea Wall Calendar
by Rifle Paper Co.
Every page of Rifle Paper Co.'s new coffee and tea inspired calendar features gold foil accents and includes twine for hanging. Click here to see more.

2. 2016 Folk Wall Calendar
by Rifle Paper Co.
A fantastic collection of 12 beautiful hand-painted illustrations inspired by Mexican folk art, Japanese textiles, pastels and more.

3. Floral Arrangement Calendar
by Hartland Brooklyn
Each month features a gorgeous floral arrangement sketched by Emily Johnson of Hartland Brooklyn with Ariel Dearie Flowers and colored in Hartland Brooklyn's signature vibrant inks brightly accented with neon peach. Also available through Lief Shop.

4. Katherine Watson 2016 Calendar
by Katherine Watson
This calendar features block printed designs that are then digitally printed with a grid to organize your events and appointments. Click here to see more.

5. Printable Calendar | Vintage Roses
by e.m. Papers
A gorgeous printable calendar featuring a different vintage rose image for each month. The calendar template is also editable. You can edit the PDF to include personal dates and regional holidays. Enjoy it year after year!

6. 2016 Letterpress Calendar with Wood Stump
by One Canoe Two
One Canoe Two's classic and best-selling stump calendar is back with new patterns and foil for 2016! Their hand-drawn illustrations are both letterpress and foil stamped. Each calendar includes its own unique wood stump. Click here to see.

7. Letterpress Vintage Computer Mini Calendar
by Blackbird Letterpress
An original illustration by Rebecca Kreisler for Blackbird Letterpress, inspired by home computers of the 1980s. The calendar pad was designed in-house with tear-off months. Click here for more info.

8.  Nature Garden 2016 Calendar
by Miji Lee
A beautifully illustrated calendar by Toronto-based Miji Lee for Anthropologie. Click here for more info.

9.  Bookhou 2016 Calendar
by Bookhou
Botanicals, greenery and more. A new beautiful printed calendar from Toronto's Bookhou. Click here for more info.

10. Illustrated Village Calendar
by Favorite Story
an 11x17" 2015 Year-at-a-Glance wall calendar. Printed with original illustrations of a whimsical village scene. Click here for more info.

11.  Fruit of the Month Embroidery Calendar
by Heather Lins Home
Embroider a bounty of fruit year-round. Create your own calendar by embellishing apple blossoms in September or stitching strawberry seeds in May. It's perfect for beginners and recommended for age 8 and up. No embroidery skills are necessary. All kits come with embroidery floss, an embroidery needle, instructions and 12 5.25" x 7.25" calendar cards.

12. Birds of Paradise (Oversized Wall Calendar)
by Idlewild Co.
Brightly painted birds and foliage adorn each month’s page of this large-format wall calendar. Sure to bring some bright and happy to the home office. More info here.

13. Classic Cocktail Calendar
by Wild Ink Press
A fun cocktail recipe calendar with all cocktail recipes carefully crafted by Five by Five Tonics. Click here for more info.

14. Collections Calendar 
A collection of collections that Small Adventure illustrates so well.
15.  Kitchen Calendar
by Little Canoe
Adorable illustrations for the kitchen. Click here for more info.

16. Dim Sum 2016 Wall Calendar
by Gotamago
Dim Sum-body say...dim sum?! Complete with pronunciation guides and informative dissections of some of the most beloved Dim Sum dishes, this wall calendar is sure to be a hit with foodies everywhere. Click here for more info.

Jan Halvarson

5 comments: said...

ooohhh these remind me of Mallie Loring's artwork and calendars!! She's incredible, I highly recommend her work. I always love getting her calendars :)

sMacThoughts said...

Lovely calendars, I love ones which can be easily trimmed to turn the images into mini prints afterwards. That way you can enjoy them for more than a year. Time to start working on my own!

Yasmin Schulze said...

Oh wow, I wish it was totally acceptable to have 16 Calendars because I want them all! Thanks for this post, one (or two) of these is definitely going to be my calendar for next year!


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boekenbooksbuecher said...

Oh! I still need a calendar for next year. I love the first one coffee/tea and the printable one. Then again, most others are pretty darn cute as well!

rena said...

Just purchased Fruit of the Month calendar. Going to make as a Christmas gift. Can't wait to get it!