modern minimalist calendars are here....for 2014-2018!

  

        Elevate the utilitarian calendar to a minimalist work of art with our Modern Minimalist Calendars: 2014-2018. Coordinates seamlessly with the bestselling Modern Minimalist™ Collection so that your branding carries through your entire product line. These crisp, clean calendars are the ideal end-of-the-year upsell or “you’re the best” client gift. But don’t feel limited to just selling this until January 1st; the included modular date system lets you start a calendar in ANY month, so that you can share throughout the year. And to make things easier for you: turning the layers on and off to view subsequent years means you don’t have to annually upgrade your calendars through Design Aglow...just one less thing to worry about! Modern Minimalist Calendars at a glance…

• 5 years of calendars, from 2014-2018

• Versatile design means the calendars can be printed on 8x10”, 5x7”, or square paper, on white boards, trifolds, or magnets, or as accordion and spiral books

• Layered PSD files for quick and easy editing

This product is also great for: • Wall art: clings, canvases, metal prints • Client gifts • Album page insert

*Special thanks to Simply By Suzy, Posy Quarterman Photography, Cluney Photo, Tyler Branch Photo, Lena Hyde Photography, Limelife Photography and Gabe McClintock Photography for the lovely images in our samples! Click here to get yours today!




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