Free printable calendar roundup for 2018. With 25+ calendars to choose from, you’re sure to find a design you love!
Have you decided on your calendar for 2018? There are so many different styles and designs available for free online that I thought it would be helpful to compile a list of the best free printable calendars available. Cruise through all of these choices, pick your favorite, then get it printed out so you can enjoy it for the rest of the year.
Let’s get started!
Studio DIY’s 2018 printable calendar is funky, colorful and completely fun. Each month has a different happy design and the project is made to print on 8.5×11 paper.
Next up is this pretty calendar from On Sutton Place. Each month features cute graphics that coordinate with the seasons and holidays. She has some bonus planner pages available to print also. You do have to enter your email address for access, which will subscribe you to her newsletters, but she shares awesome content year-round, so is that really a bad thing?
The Puerto Rican duo at Colorful Disaster have a gorgeous watercolor + inspirational quote calendar available to print. Their blog is written in Spanish, but it’s pretty easy to see the blue button at the bottom of the post to click on for the download from Google Drive.
Short Stop Designs is giving away this adorable calendar that features different seasonal patterns across the top. I’m loving her design choices. The month of May features some seriously cute flamingos. She is offering landscape and portrait versions of the calendar.
Botanical Paper Works is offering four different calendars free this year. The geometric print is my favorite, but they also have a chalkboard style, a calendar featuring eco-friendly tips and one full of inspirational quotes, so be sure to check out all four.
A Piece of Rainbow has outdone herself this year with three different printable calendars. My favorite is the floral print calendar, but she also has a minimalist black-and-white version and a really unique 3D geometric ball calendar that you just have to see. Each month is separate in the floral print calendar, so you have to open it, then open the image full-sized, then right-click to save, which is kind of a pain, but who cares… those floral designs are gor-geous!
The Handmade Home is offering a huge free planner for 2018 and it is gorgeous. Totally looks like something you would buy. They have two different sizes and tons of options for customizing. This is a really thoughtful, well-planned calendar. Call me impressed.
Colleen at Lemon Thistle is the queen of hand-lettering and everyone eagerly awaits her new calendar each year. She has a traditional calendar and a perpetual calendar that’s perfect for remembering birthdays, anniversaries, etc.
The Cottage Market is sharing the cutest Harry Potter Watercolor printable calendar. Each month features a different Harry Potter character beautifully illustrated in watercolor. You do need to download each month separately by right clicking and saving, but this calendar is worth it if you love HP.
Want something totally unique? Intuitive Collective created a lovely zodiac calendar and it’s really well done. It’s another free printable that requires signing up for their newsletter and then they email you the file.
By Dawn Nicole’s 2018 printable calendar is also hand-lettered, her specialty. I love how the name of each month is a rainbow of colors. SO well designed and pretty! It’s set to print at a 5×7″ size and also has the option of Sunday or Monday start.
The Cottage Market has a second free printable 2018 calendar that is just too cute. It’s a collection of watercolor animal prints, a different one to bring a smile to your face each month throughout the year! Even if you don’t want to print this calendar, you should at least go look at all of the cute animals.
This next calendar takes the cake for making me laugh. It’s a LAZY SLOTH calendar! hahahaha. Way to go, Slap Dash Mom, you made my day. This is another right-click-to-save printable with each month downloaded separately.
Kiddy Charts created a calendar designed for kids, so this would be a great one to hang in a child’s room. Each month features cheerful, child-like seasonal art and I think it would be really fun to let your child add to the scene with stickers or drawings of their own.
If you’d like a no-fuss calendar with space for writing notes at the bottom, I Heart Naptime has a great calendar for 2018. Print a pretty turquoise version or stick with the more cost-effective black ink version.