Why look at a boring black and white calendar when you can instead look at one that is not only colorful and original, but also of your own creation. These adult coloring calendars are the perfect way to keep track of the week and practice your art.
This coloring calendar by TF Publishing measures 7 inches by 7 inches and features a fun and original coloring design on one side while the opposite side holds a calendar for the month. The weeks are set up in Sunday through Saturday format. The designs themselves are a good selection of patterns, floral, and animal illustrations. The calendar area also has a little bit of illustrations that can be colored in.
We recommend using pencils for this calendar since markers can bleed through and ruin the design or calendar on the other side of the page. We found that we had plenty of space on each “day” area to write a small note about any events that were taking place on that day. However, it is important to note that the cover design is misleading and there are no designs that look like that one.
This calendar printed by PONML is a wonderful addition to any desk. The easel style design is perfect to color on and then place on your desk to keep track of your days.
The calendar measures 9.8 inches by 9.4 and has enough space in each day area for a few notes about the events of that day. Every calendar page is surrounded by a border of designs and the back of the page features a much larger design.
We recommend using only colored pencils for these designs since gel pens and markers can bleed through and ruin the design or calendar page on the other side. The designs tend to be of floral and animal patterns and are slightly more intricate than the Color Me Happy designs which we liked.
This calendar by best selling author and designer Johanna Basford is very unique and a joy to color. The calendar actually comes as a box in which there is a small page for every day of the year. The "calendar box" measures 7 x 1.7 x 5.2 inches. The back of every page is blank which is great since it allows you to use markers without the worry of bleed through ruining another design.
The designs used are from other Johanna Basford coloring books and are selected very well with the small size of the paper in mind. A downfall of this coloring calendar however is that while every day receives it’s own page, a majority of the page is taken up by the design which does not leave enough room for daily notes. Another negative is that the style of the calendar lets you see only two days at a time and you can’t see what is happening the following week at a glance.
We hope that these adult coloring calendars will be as wonderful of an addition to your home or office as they have been in ours. Happy coloring everyone!