Calendar Printing

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Date published: 2017-12-20
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Give Away Personalized Calendars for Your Customers

Create a calendar online to promote your business and maintain important client relationships. Customers will appreciate the calendar as gifts and will likely use it in their own homes or workplace. Everyone can use a wall calendar for their kitchen or office. You can also utilize these calendars as a donation-level incentive for fundraising drives in nonprofit organizations.

Enjoy these marketing perks with our fast and convenient printing process.
  • Same-day and 1-day printing options for the production times. Note that the turnaround time represents the number of days needed to produce your calendars. It does not include shipping transit time.
  • An easy-to-use online design tool that is accessible from the online calculator. It’s so userfriendly that you don’t need any design background or experience to use it.
  • For additional custom options fill out our custom order form or call us at 877-405-3949, M-F (7am-8pm CT) for more information.

Calendar Printing FAQs

Q: What is the best size for calendars?
A: The standard sizes for wall calendars are 8.5” x 11” and 12” x 12”.

Q: How many pages can I put in a calenda
A: You can print either 28 or 32 pages. Note that the total page count is divided into 4 cover pages and the rest of the inside pages. For instance, the 28-page count includes the 4 cover pages and 24 inside pages. In the 32-page calendar, there are 28 inside pages and 4 cover pages.

Q: What materials can I print the calendars on?
A: You can print on any of these 3 paper types for the inside pages:
  • 70 lb. paper comes uncoated and is the thinnest material available. The thickness is like the standard copy paper used in the office.
  • 80 lb. paper has the same thickness as most magazine covers.
  • 100 lb. paper is a little thicker than a magazine cover but thinner than regular cardstock.

The calendar’s cover comes in the following materials, depending on the inside page material:
  • 80 lb. paper gloss pap
  • 100 lb. gloss paper
  • 10 pt. cardstock in matte or gloss.

Q: Are there special printing features I can add to the calendar order?
A: Yes, you can add advanced options such as tabbing, binding, custom trims, and shrink wrapping. Select ‘Advanced Options’ on the online calculator to indicate your options for each feature.

Make Your Own Calendar With Our Templates

PrintPlace offers layout templates to ensure your calendar artwork meets our printing requirements. Our guides are available in several formats to make layout simple for your project. Find the best one for you below.

View Calendars Layout Templates

Need help with our layout templates?
Please refer to our guided layout instructions.

By printing and mailing your calendars from one place, you can save time and money. PrintPlace offers direct mail services for calendars so you can mail your custom calendars directly to clients and donors.

Our mailing service includes:

  • Processing 1 mailing list
  • Duplication removal if requested
  • CASS Certification
  • Inkjet addressing
  • Postal presorting for automation rates.

Postage is quoted separately after checkout.

Mini calendars (9” x 6” with portrait orientation) can be mailed at letter rate if triple tabbed or custom trimmed to 8.5” x 5.5” to fit in a 6” x 9” envelope. Calendars can mailed at a flat rate without envelopes or inserting can be added by contacting us.

Marketing and Design Ideas for Custom Calendars

The trick to making a promotional calendar work is not to make it look like advertising. It’s important to include your logo and contact information, but don’t make that the center of attention.

Include sales and events throughout the year by printing them on appropriate dates. Your customers won’t forget a date when it is printed on the calendar in front of them.

The main focus of each page should be photos or designs that customers will want to hang up.

You can use scenic pictures of wildlife, sunsets, or mountains. You can use your personal art. If you’re into photography, you can use your own images.

With a little creativity, your calendar will be hanging in cubicles and kitchens all around your local community.