Even though 2013 is already on its way out, it’s never too early to start planning ahead. So even though it may seem a bit premature, making your own personalised 2014 calender will have you entering the new year with focus and direction, knowing that you have a lovely calender to map out the new year before it has even begun.
1. Head to a place that has digital printing equipment, where you can have images printed in high quality. Also, usually these places can also create a grid for your calender, which will save you the trouble of battling with a pen and ruler.
2. Choose a font that like, and decorate each month accordingly. Be creative and match up fonts with different themes, for example, October can be styled to reflect Halloween.
3. Date each block in the grid, and mark the most important dates off in a different colour.