Retail Boutique: Calendars

Now’s the time to fill your retail section with a variety of calendars to suit every client’s needs. Whether they need a desk calendar or a wall decal to track every important date, you’ll be ready for them.

Inspired by the many colors of the seasons, Honeyhue Paper Company’s watercolor calendars are a perfect way to add wall art and practicality to the office, salon, or home. The calendars include 13 watercolor prints on quality paper stock.


Sarah Pinto’s 2015 weekly planners, made in San Francisco, are 5” x 7”, 162 pages, and printed on recycled paper with soy-based inks and a spiral binding. Made to be simple, stylish, and easily thrown in a purse, they are a perfect companion for any smartphone user. With three-year snap shot, monthly, and weekly views, these preppy notebooks keep your notes, special days, and future planning in perfect order.


iSkelter’s TYPE Calendar is printed on thick cotton stock and all 12 months are pressed twice, once for black and once for gray. The cotton cards sit neatly in premium, eco-friendly bamboo. Each stand is hand cut, polished, and engraved with the product logo.


Journal your life one line at a time. 1canoe2’s desktop perpetual calendar serves as the diary of life year after year. Clients will be able to see that on this day one year ago, their now tumbling toddler sat up for the very first time. As they move each card to the back of the box, it will cycle through the year, and bit by bit, their lives will be documented.


Flapper Doodle’s calendars include 12 unique, dramatic illustrations of jazz-age flappers living a decadent lifestyle. They are 8.5”x 14” and printed on heavy white cardstock. The inky black and white illustrations of 1920s flappers are available on an array of products from jewelry to paper goods and art prints.

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