29 Free Printable 2010 Calendars

by Jenn @ Frugal Upstate on February 2, 2010

Photo by Redstamp

I hate spending money I don’t have to, and I just love getting something for nothing. . . so when it came time to replace my 2009 calendar with a fresh new 2010 one, the first thing I did was hit the search engines. There I found a TON of fantastic free printable calendars out there-and I have collected up 28 of the best to share with you all!

1. A very basic, plain calendar that is available in a wide variety of formats, to include a wallet sized & academic calendars, PDF or editable Word files.

2. Another basic calendar with a touch of color shading There are a few options (blank, us holidays, no weekends etc).

3. Have you ever heard of a pocket calendar? They don’t fit in your pocket-each month actually HAS a pocket on the bottom.  You print them on cardstock, cut & fold.  Tada-a place at the bottom of each month where you can stick notes, cards etc.

4. Look on the right hand side on this page to find both basic customizable calendars and Photo calendar templates. On the photo calendars you can either use your own graphics or print out their lovely version. Note: each month must be printed separately for photo calendars.

5.  A very bright modern graphic printable calendar.

6. Print and fold this clever 12 sided calendar to sit on your desk!

7.  The shots on this photo calendar are very interesting & beautiful.

8.  These fun year on a page calendars have graphic borders.

9.  The graphics on this monthly calendar remind me of Scandinavian folk art.

10.  How about a gorgeous artistic printable calendar-you could give this one as a gift it’s so pretty!

11.  Get the kids involved with these Printable Kids Coloring Calendars.

12.  If you are a bird lover this minimalistic graphic design might be for you.

13.  You have to sign up for the Sanio (makers of Hello Kitty) newsletter-but then you can print out a cute monthly calendar from the makers of “Hello Kitty” that any girl would love.

14.  You will drool over this calendar featuring 12 months of cookies-nothing wrong with that!

15.  Do you like to stamp? You can use this blank calendar template with space at the top to indulge your hobby.

16.  A ton of different printable calendars on the Canon website including pop ups, jewel cases and some neat folded ones!

17.  This beautiful rectangular printable calendar with watercolor illustrations of a garden/nature theme.

18.  If you are more into a country style check out this adorable calendars featuring your choice of bears .

19.  A ton of very professional looking templates at the HP website that you can customize with your own photos or use as is.

20.  This 12 month photo calendar uses some interesting and stylish photos.

21.  Feeling continental, how about a little French wall calendar.

22.  This interesting selection of calendar formats includes quarterly and a weekly styles. They even have notes fields!

23.  Love flowers or tropical scenery? Then you’ll love this collection of printable monthly photo calendars.

24.  This small pocket sized calendar works for the whole year-but you really need to read the directions in order to use it.

25.  With a name like Calendar Labs you know that there will be a lot to choose from on this site!

26.  Redstamp has some gorgeous printable year at a glance calendars available on Flickr!

26.  This pretty “painted” flower calendar comes in both in full size and a nifty “CD Jewel Case” size that fits neatly on a desk and uses a regular CD case as a frame/stand.

27.  & 28.  Like the idea of a CD Jewel Case calendar? Then try out this minimilistic CD jewel case calendar or this Collage art style one.

29.  There are some beautiful and unique calendar pages that remind me of old seed available through the Cottage Industrialist-right now they have January through June available, but more will be coming soon.  Extra Bonus-Home Ec 101 is posting seasonal recipe cards (with recipes) each month to match!

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Sam February 3, 2010 at 11:21 am

I don’t know if it’s just me however, a lot of the links didn’t work.

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Jenn @ Frugal Upstate February 3, 2010 at 11:41 am

Sam-Thanks for letting me know! Somehow Wordpress had added an extra ” at the beginning of my link code, and it goofed everything up! It’s all fixed now.

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Ginny February 20, 2010 at 11:19 pm

Great list of calendars. I was looking for a smaller version to put in my scrapbook pages & I found a great link through your list!

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Jenn @ Frugal Upstate February 21, 2010 at 12:06 pm

Ginny-so glad one of the calendars worked out well for you!

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Lynnrose April 2, 2011 at 7:35 pm

Hey, thanks alot for these links. It’s getting late now, but I shall be perusing them some more tomorrow :)

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