The new year is almost here, and if you haven’t already, it’s time to decide what kind of planner or calendar you’re going to be using! Last week, I shared the best planner for 2022, and this week, I’m excited to share my free 2022 printable calendar with you!
2022 Printable Calendar
It’s been a goal of mine to produce my own calendar for years now, and I finally made it happen in early 2021. Now, here we are many months later with a brand new desktop calendar download!
To say I’m jazzed about this release is a serious understatement. I hope you love it as much as I do!
This year, I kept things simple with a slightly textured background for each 4×6 calendar card with a digitally painted design representative of the month or season as a whole.
- January – sparkles
- February – hearts
- March – flowers
- April – carrots
- May – butterflies
- June – sunshine
- July – rainbows
- August – apple
- September – feathery leaves
- October – candy corn
- November – pumpkin
- December – ornaments
I absolutely love the simplistic designs this year paired with the script and sans serif fonts. Talk about a classy calendar that’s also colorful and cute!
2022 Printable Calendar
So making this printable calendar is super easy. There are only three steps—download, print, and cut.
Just like with all my other freebies, this 2022 printable calendar is for personal use only. You may not re-sell, re-distribute, or claim this work as your own.
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I’ve compiled each 4×6 2022 printable calendar card into a six-page PDF for you. You can print the full PDF at the beginning of the year or wait to print each page as the months go on. It’s up to you!
You can download the free calendar here:
When it comes to printing, you have several options. You can either print it at home with your personal printer or send it off and have it printed by a service like FedEx Office.
My at-home printer and I don’t get along, so I sent mine off to be printed at FedEx Office and am so happy with the results!
I’ve been printing things at FedEx Office for about a year now and am always so pleased with the qaulity.
Printing at FedEx Office is super easy if you want to try it too. All you have to do is click “start order” from the home page, select “document printing,” click on “copies & custom projects,” and upload the printable PDF. After that, select your paper and send it off to print!
I just started using the “glossy cover” paper option, and believe me when I say it is LUXE! It looks so nice and has a slightly glossy (but not too glossy) finish. I’ve printed on their cardstock before too, and it’s another great option.
Once you’ve printed your calendar, it’s time to cut it out. You can use either a paper trimmer (this one is my fave) or a pair of scissors to cut along the edge of each 4×6 calendar card.
Display & Use
After your 2022 printable calendar is all cut out, it’s time to decide how you want to display it. You can use a mini clipboard, a picture frame (this one is cute too!), or even a phone stand! I snagged this stand at IKEA last year, and it’s perfect!
If you don’t want your printable calendar to stand, you could also try a few other display methods:
- Magnet to a whiteboard or refrigerator
- Washi tape (which is low tack and shouldn’t hurt your paint) to the wall near your desk or on your desktop itself
- Pushpin in a corkboard
However you choose to use your calendar, I hope you love it and enjoy it as much as I do!
I hope you have a very Happy New Year and a fantastic 2022!
If you’re looking for additional calendar resources, check out Undated Printable Planner Inserts: Free Download or head straight to my printables category and take a look around. You’re sure to find something you like!
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