An Illustrated Year 2013 Calendar Displays


Are you ready for 2013?

It’s still not too late to download and print your copy of An Illustrated Year- 2013 Calendar





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Downloading and printing your own copy provides you with versatility for your home or workplace. We’ve shared a few display ideas below. Please leave a comment at the end of this post if you have any other creative ideas for displaying the calendar.

BIND IT ( the traditional way)

TIE IT (with a pretty ribbon)

FRAME IT (remove the glass from the frame for practicality)

FEATURE IT (on your favourite wall)

………….and don’t forget that when each month is through, the illustrations can become artwork for your home that will last far beyond 2013- just perfect for displaying in a child’s room or a family reading space.

ABOUT THE CALENDAR:

  • This January-December 2013 calendar is available in an easily downloadable and printable format, conveniently sized for printing directly onto A4 paper. The calendar cannot be purchased as a hard copy. It can be downloaded, saved and printed from home or by your local printer.
  • The downloadable format allows versatility in how you choose to print or display the calendar. It also keeps the cost of the calendar to a minimum, and you don’t need to worry about the postage costs that a hard copy calendar would incur.
  • Exclusive illustrations: While you may recognise some of the illustrations from the pages of your favourite picture books, others have never been seen before. Some of the illustrations have been specifically created for this calendar. Amazingly, Nick Bland has even shared an unpublished illustration from his first book, A Monster Wrote Me a Letter (with only 32 pages in a picture book not all of an illustrator’s work make the final pages of a published book).

An Illustrated Year features illustrations from 12 of Australia’s best illustrators:

  • Specially designed: The illustrations have been specifically formatted to measure 5” x 7”. At the end of the year when you have finished with the calendar, simply trim, frame and display the illustrations (using 5”x7” frames) in your home.
  • A worthy cause: PLUS through the sale of this calendar, we are also proudly supporting the work of the Australian Literacy & Numeracy Foundation (ALNF) in helping marginalised children learn to read and write, as a proportion of sales is being donated directly to the ALNF.

The ALNF believe that being able to read and write is a basic human right. They develop and deliver specialised literacy programs to provide marginalised Australians with the essential skills to write their own futures.




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An Illustrated Year 2013 Calendar Displays

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