We are halfway through the school year, but our weekly schedule hasn’t gotten any less hectic. Wrangling kids, running to practices and rehearsals, appointments and meetings. It is a minor miracle if I make it through the week getting everywhere on time. Having a central family calendar can make a big difference in the organization of your busy week. I hope these five DIY calendar projects inspire you to find a way to keep all your commitments sorted!
This Glass Dry Erase Calendar from Somewhat Simple blends into whatever decor is behind it. It is a great option if you want a functional calendar that isn’t an eyesore.
This gorgeous, over-sized Chalkboard Calendar from Sincerely, Sara D doesn’t blend in, but I wouldn’t want it to! The beautiful painted frame makes it an art piece in itself.
The Magnetic Whiteboard Calendar by Love from the Oven combines the functionality of both white board and magnets.
Kristy from Next to Heaven created this Weekly Calendar by framing scrapbook paper. If another of your resolutions is to keep an eye on your budget, this is a fantastic option.
The Family Birthday Calendar from Clever Nest spares you from the embarrassment of forgetting a family birthday ever again! In one glance you can tell how many birthdays your extended family is celebrating this month, and a closer inspection will give you those relatives’ specific birthdates.