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Free 2014 online printable calendars

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We all have electronic calendars bundled with our home computers and calendar apps for our smart phones; but there’s nothing better than an old-fashioned paper calendar affixed to your fridge with a magnet or sitting on your home or student desk where you can circle important dates and scribble noteworthy reminders.

And there are some beautiful and free calendars available on line.

For example, check out the free downloadable calendars designed by graphic designer Amy Kirkpatrick.

You can choose either a one page yearly calendar or a 12 page monthly calendar. And you can also choose whether you’d like your calendar with or without holidays.

Amy’s calendars would also make great stocking stuffers.

Make sure your color printer is fired up.

Click Here to go to Amy’s website and then click on the calendar image to begin your download.

You can also check out the links below for more and different style 2014 calendars.

And if you have a favorite online source for freebie calendars you really like, please feel free to share your suggestions in the comments section below.

Have a safe and happy 2014 everyone!

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