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February 2011 Calendar: A round-up of our favorites

By michellehorton |

With tomorrow being the start of February 2011, you might be reminded that it’s about time to buy that 2011 calendar you’ve been meaning to pick up.

It’s actually smart to wait until February to pick up a monthly calendar, seeing that so many are now on sale — even up to 60% off. So if you’re hunting for a unique, original calendar, here are some of our favorites to ring in February:

Display your calendar like art with the Best of Sarah Jane 2011 Calendar from the Etsy shop Sarah Jane Studios. (Now 50% off at only $9.50!)

We also like the simple, minimalist design of this 2011 Clipboard Calendar from The Curiosity Shoppe. (On sale for $24.)

An interesting way to mark February 2011 is on this limited edition Wood Type Perpetual Calendar, designed to be used year after year as functional art. This typographic calendar was letterpress printed by hand using original vintage wood type and is signed by the artists. Simply write in important dates — like holidays, anniversaries, birthdays, etc. — and display it each year. ($65 from Felt + Wire.)

Another favorite February 2011 calendar is this handmade, watercolor-illustrated monthly calendar — perfect to brighten up your office. Find it at the Etsy shop Lori Hutchinson for only $10.

For all you design lovers who covet Eames chairs, you’ll adore this 2011 calendar from the Etsy shop Story by Mia for $20. There’s a limited number of these calendars — only 27 left right now! — so hurry before they’re all sold out.

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Michelle Horton is the founder of Early Mama, an award-winning site that proves young motherhood doesn’t have to define or limit us. When not writing, she’s typically pretending to be a superhero in her 4-year-old son’s imaginative play. Read bio and latest posts → Read Michelle's latest posts →

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