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Wendy’s 2011 calendar template online

By Rick LePage  ·  October 10th, 2010

Two of the site’s most popular articles last year were for calendar projects: Wendy Williams’ “Making a Single-Page Calendar,” and my “Quick and Easy Calendars from Templates.” I’ve been working on the new templates for my article, and should have some available online later this week, but I wanted to let you know that Wendy has posted here 2011 single-page template over on her blog.

Wendy’s calendar tutorial here is free for everyone to view and save, so enjoy!

Wendy has long been one of the most prolific — and favorite — authors on the site: you can find all of her articles on the site, via this link:

3 Replies to Wendy’s 2011 calendar template online:

  1. Tom

    October 28, 2010 at 1:12 pm

    Each year, your calendar’s get better, thanks!

  2. Dennis

    November 4, 2010 at 7:35 am


    Thanks. I’ve already created several calendars with the 2011 templates. I really like the background you used for the religious calendar. Did you create it? Is there a tutorial available on how to do it?

  3. Gene

    November 12, 2012 at 9:56 am


    I’m waiting for the 2013 one page termplate. Can you please tell me when it will be available?



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