I've always loved calendars, and when the year is over, I have often cut off or separated the illustration from the month/days so that I can use the artwork, either to frame or send to a friend.
Why not have a calendar that’s specifically made to be used in this way?
That’s exactly what this Posctard Calendar is.
After every month is over, just cut along the dotted line on the back and turn it into a postcard. A great challenge to send a handwritten note to a friend. After all, who doesn't like getting snail mail?
So consider this a calendar and postcard pack all wrapped up into one. Each month features a pattern made from a papercut illustration, and they are all themed after seasonal produce.
The calendars are 5×7″ and printed on recycled paper in Seattle, Washington. Once cut, postcards are about 3.75x5".
Each calendar is handwrapped, making it easy to give as a gift.
The original papercuts that were used to create the patterns in this calendar are also available here.