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Businesses looking for unique opportunities to promote themselves should look into custom calendar printing. When you make your own calendar, you’re creating a marketing tool that will last a long time. Not only are calendars a sought-after giveaway, they’re also displayed in plain sight. This makes your message visible to customers year-round.
We can help you create cheap calendars that are customized to your needs. Choose between 12-month, 14-month or 16-month calendars and 4 size options : 5" x 8.5", 6" x 6", 8.5” x 11” and 12” x 12”. Our cover paper options range from 80 lb. self cover paper to 10 pt. glossy/matte cardstock while inside pages range from 70 lb. uncoated paper to 10 pt. glossy/matte cardstock. You can bind your calendars through wire-o or saddle-stitch binding. You also have the option of adding hole drilling (3/16”, 1/8", 1/4") to your order.
Our ordering process cannot be simpler. Simply select the specs you need and upload your design file from your computer or straight from Dropbox.
While we prefer that files be in PDF format, we accept files saved as TIF, TIFF, InDesign, or SIT files. Files cannot be larger than 100 MB (contact customer service if you need help uploading files larger than 100 MB) and should have a resolution that’s at least 300 DPI. If you’re starting from a blank calendar or need assistance creating a photo calendar, feel free to reach out to us.
If you need more information on calendar printing, you may find these resources useful:
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How to design and print calendars
There are two bindery options available for calendars. You have saddle stitch binding and wire-o binding.
Saddle stitch is the more common binding method of the two. The spine of the calendar is wired from the outside going in to hold all the pages in place. Pages would have the appearance of being stapled together in the middle. The binding appears more seamless compared to wire-o since the wires are not as visible.
Wire-o binding makes use of wire hooks that are then shut after they’re inserted in punched holes along the calendar’s spine. Aside from looking more sophisticated, pages can be turned easier and can be laid flat while open.
Whatever binding you choose, it would be placed on the top side of your calendar.
The purpose of having hole drilling is to enable you to hang your calendars. If you don’t want that option, simply indicate so in the dropdown menu. But if you want that option, we can add a hole that’s either 3/16”, 1/8" or 1/4" big.