For today’s Mailbag Monday column, I’d like to respond to several of the reader requests I’ve received lately.
First, Debbie writes:
I absolutely love your scrapbook calendars. Will you be doing one for 2018? I’ve already filled the borders up on December 2017 for appts I have in 2018.
The answer is, yes, I’m definitely planning on doing a scrapbook calendar for 2018. In fact, I finished it this weekend, so here you go:
Next, Lorna writes:
I would like to print just the list of your printable months. They would be perfect for a perpetual calendar.
That was a little trickier, but I isolated the names of the months from my original drawings and saved them. Click on the image below to download all twelve months:
Then Kristi writes with another calendar request:
Your calendars are exactly what I am looking for…except the year long view we are starting in August (not July). Before I go and make my own templates, would you be willing to share yours? If not, no worries! I know mixing around all the spacing so they are *just right* is time consuming. I have templates for just about everything – groceries, homeschool lessons, etc. etc. Again, thank you for your blog!
Sorry to keep folks waiting so long for this one. I’ve received this same request from multiple readers over the years, so I finally made the switch and printed my 2017-2018 School Year Calendar with an August start:
And finally, I received a request from Diane about my 31-Day Prayer Calendar:
I love this printable, but would like the Bible verses in KJV with the woman wearing a headcovering, as that is what we practice. Would you be able to do this?
And the answer to that one is yes, too. Try this one on for size:
And that’s all for today, folks! Whew! It feels good to knock out so many reader requests at one time.
Do you have a special need or request? Let me know about it in the comment section below or email me. I’ll be happy to fulfill as many as time allows.Blessings,
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