I was beginning to think that these calendars just weren’t going get finished. If it wasn’t one glitch it was another. But you know what, now that they are done I couldn’t be happier, especially since I get to share them with all of you. So, I’m not going to keep you any longer, let’s get to the good stuff and take a closer look at the 2017 Half-Size Monthly Calendar Printables.
2017 Half-Size Monthly Calendar Printables
For the most part, these ones are exactly like the 2017 Full-Size Monthly Calendar Printables only half the size. I’m going to try really hard not to bore you by repeating everything I said last time, I’m just going to dive right to the goods.
Single Page Per Month
First up we have the single page per month calendars. This layout of calendar, especially in half-size like this one, is great for those who like to have a monthly overview but don’t use their monthly calendars for a ton of planning. Just like the full-size counterparts these ones are designed in a landscape orientation and are just like the description says, one month per half-size page.
As you can see in the picture below, these will print two months to a sheet of full-size (US Letter) piece of paper in portrait orientation (in case your printer is finicky like mine and you need to tell it the page orientation) for printing. Once you print them, simply cut them in half and you’ll be left with your half-size landscape calendars.
As always, to get a copy of the printables you would like, simply click the pics!
Two Pages Per Month
These half-size monthly calendar printables are the ones that I tend to use in my A5 planners. I like using my monthly calendars for long-term planning and they tend to fill up pretty fast, so the more room I have the better. Like their larger counterparts, these two pages per month calendars have a little more writing room as well as having a column for notes.
As you will see in the picture below, these pintables are designed with two half-size pages on a US Letter Size piece of paper. These print in landscape orientation but the calendars themselves will be portrait once you cut the printed page in half.
Do not print these ones back to back. It just doesn’t work. Every year I struggle with getting the half-size calendars set up in a way that they can be printed double-sided, and each year I end up back with the same layouts because the others are too complicated or too easy to mess up or only make sense to me. So, this year I decided to keep things really simple and make a companion printable for these ones.
You can print this on the back of either of the half-size calendars and then you won’t be left with a blank page. Or, if you want, you can just print this all on its own and use it for note paper, stick it in your planner for jotting things down or use it for bullet journaling or whatever else you might want to use graph paper for.
This is usually the part where I wrap things up and ask you to tell me what you think! Don’t worry I still want to know what you think of the half-size monthly calendar printables, but before I let you go I did want to mention that there is another version of the 2017 calendars, which I’ll be sharing in my newsletter this weekend. So, if you haven’t had a chance to sign up yet, take a quick look over on the sidebar for the sign-up form. I send them out the newsletter every few weeks with all the latest blog posts and any secret printables that are only for newsletter subscribers.
I’ve been kept hopping with a number of behind the scenes projects, as well as these calendars, but now that things are settling down I’m hoping to be able to add to that printable library a lot more in the future, so make sure you sign up so you don’t miss out!
And now, dear friends, this is where I leave you! So tell me, what do you think of the 2017 calendars? Are you like the Blue Skies and Sunshine theme? Should I go for something a little different next time?