It’s Calendar Season!


The holiday season is almost upon us! If you’re thinking of ways to cherish memories, gift your friends, family or clients, consider creating customized calendars!  Every year, we share new ideas or templates for calendars and this year is no different.

You can easily create calendars to send to loved-ones or to have clients remember you year-round by dropping our monthly grids into one of our standard templates in your favorite software. Simply put your own personal images on the cover, left-side pages and back (remember to rotate them on their side like the image below) and insert the grids on the right hand pages in order. We’ve included 13 months (December 2013-December 2014) so that you can easily create a 28-page saddle-stitched calendar.

Your final PDF should be on it's side, like this.
Your final PDF should be on it’s side, like this.

Get started with a Blank Standard Template for your favorite software HERE.

Download the monthly grids as images HERE.

Bonus! Download monthly grids as images for an 8×8 Square calendar HERE.

Need some inspiration on what kind of calendar to create? Here are some ideas to help you get started:

  • Great memories from 2013
  • Summer photos to keep the memories going year-round
  • Pet photos to keep at your desk or share with friends and family
  • Fundraiser calendar to raise money for your cause
  • Photos of the family and kids to send to grandma and grandpa
  • Branded calendar with motivational quotes to keep your clients remembering you year-round
  • Calendar to promote your art work

What type of calendars will you create? Tag us in a Tweet, Facebook post, or Instagram  with a picture of a 2014 MagCloud calendar you created for a chance to win 5  free copies! Calendar must be received by 10/30/2013 12 a.m. PDT. U.S. residents only.

19 thoughts on “It’s Calendar Season!

  1. Aharon 30 Oct 2013 / 3:10 PM

    Calendar Templates are for 2013, where can I find 2014 templates?

    • Lauren 30 Oct 2013 / 3:32 PM

      Hi Aharon,

      They include DEC 2013, and then continue with January for 2014.
      The link above is correct.

  2. angel 31 Oct 2013 / 7:20 AM

    What’s the fee? .20 per page?

    • Lauren 31 Oct 2013 / 10:35 AM

      Hi Angel,
      Our standard product is $0.20/page, so a 28-page publication (13 month calendar) comes to $5.60. For other variations in product size and binding, you can check out

  3. Kate 2 Nov 2013 / 12:48 PM

    Is there a step by step for creating a calendar?

  4. Peter Versnel 3 Nov 2013 / 2:54 AM

    Is it possible to have the images printed over a part of the second page, so if the calendar is open, the image is not half but 2/3 of the 2 pages?

  5. dawn 11 Nov 2013 / 6:37 PM

    Wonderful product offering! Any suggestions for punching holes in the center? What if customers/followers buy online and they come un”holed”… What do you suggest?

    • Patty 21 Nov 2013 / 11:57 AM

      Hi Dawn,

      Calendar buyers imply place a tack, nail or push pin with the weight of the paper stock it works great.


  6. Rick Saez 15 Nov 2013 / 7:52 AM

    Is it possible to get a drill hole at the top center for hanging the calendar?

    • Patty 21 Nov 2013 / 11:54 AM

      Hi Rick,

      Unfortunately no we can’t punch a hole in publications for things like calendars.. Our printing processes currently are not set-up for that.


  7. Tonya Marie Amos 2 Apr 2015 / 12:03 AM

    Hi! Do you have a template for 2015 I can use? We’re doing a fundraising event in June and want to sell 2015 calendars. Thanks!

  8. Pinki Sharma 31 Jan 2019 / 3:24 AM


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