Eight years ago today, I was boarding a plane to move to Milan. Three weeks ago, I moved back home. Everything is still pretty surreal. I yet have to finish settling everything in so I can start all over again. I promise you to write a whole post about everything that has happened this year this week, but today, let's just focus on the monthly freebies :)
Remember, this year's Designer Calendar will not only include downloadable digital calendars to be used on all of your tech devices, but also printable planners for you to keep your things-to-do organized.
|September downloadable calendar designed by Sonal Nathwani|
September's gorgeous calendar was designed by the fab Sonal Nathwani who wanted you to know "it’s all about doing what I love doing, showing other people what I see and making their space a little bit more beautiful." And she definitely did with this bold floral calendar. September is the month we transition from Summer to Fall and her design really reminds me of happy and sunny Summer while capturing the colors of Fall too ;)
|download : widescreen 1 // widescreen 2 // fullscreen 1- iPad landscape // iPad vertical // fullscreen 2|
iPhone3 - iPhone4 // iPhone5 // Samsung Galaxy
Now, let's talk about this month's planner. It was designed by the always positive Miki Berman. She always appears to have such a nice attitude towards everything and her designs reflect that (at least to me.) Isn't Mr. Elliot (the dragon) the cutest ever?!?! Won't he make our to-do lists sweeter? I think yes ;) To download the planner just click on the link below the image. Remember the planner is a high-res JPG to be printed on Letter paper.
|download : Letter|
If you want to see more of Sonal and Miki's amazing work, visit their website and follow them on facebook ;)
All designs are for personal use only. You may print the planners and use them as many times as you like, but please remember they may not be resold, modified or otherwise distributed. I'll be happy and grateful to you if you spread the word and feel like sharing them with others through your social media or blogs, but don't forget to credit the original designer and include a clickable link back to the original post.