UPDATE – the 2020 printable calendars post is now available.
It is nearly time to say goodbye to 2016. Out with the old and a chance to start again. In my case, 2017 is set to be a big year — baby girl is due in mid January! Talk about a new start. With a new year, it is time for a new calendar. In the search for my new calendar, I rounded up the best free printable 2017 calendars from 17 blogs to give you more than 40 designs to choose from!
How I Use Printable Calendars
While I rely on my digital calendar to remind me to get to appointments, for my blog I rely on an old school paper calendar and checklist to keep me on track. My favorite calendars have space to write tasks on each day, and I use different colored pens to keep my calendar straight.
My favorite pens to use are Pilot FriXion pens because they erase cleanly, and I often have to move items on my calendar around. Plus they come in lots of great colors.
To keep my calendar pages together, I use a clear front report cover and rotate the previous month’s page to the back so I can always see my calendar at a glance.
Free Printable 2017 Calendars
Thanks to the bloggers who created these lovely calendars. Please visit the blog link under each picture to download your favorite.
My favorite style calendar has room for notes too, so the Elegance and Enchantment calendar is perfect.
There are more than 20 free printable 2017 calendars to choose from on the Oh So Lovely Blog.
Simple with little pops of color, the calendar from Home Printables would be easy on your printer and still fun.
I like that you can print the calendar pages from iMom individually.
The eco calendar from Botanical Paperworks makes my green heart happy with monthly tips on how to be eco-friendly. (Like printing your own calendar and putting it in a reusable folder!)
The floral calendar from On Sutton Place also includes a year at a glance page.
I love the grey chevron and pops of color on the Keeping Life Sane calendar.
I love all of the pretty floral calendars this year, and my favorite floral design comes from FTD.
Blooming Homestead offers three designs, and I love the floral one. In addition to the printable calendar, you can also find coordinating printable organization pages.
If you like to color, the coloring page calendar from Itsy Bitsy Fun is the perfect choice.
I like that the weekend is shaded on these pretty watercolor calendar pages from 7th Avenue Design.com.
I like that each month of the Short Stop Designs calendar has a completely different look.
In addition to the free calendar and planner pages from One Mama’s Daily Drama, you can also upgrade to a pro version with extra sheets for a small fee.
Although there aren’t lines around each date, the pretty designs from This Little Street make up for it. Besides, you can just write next to the numbers.
More pretty florals, and what makes the Sparkles of Sunshine calendar stand out is the coordinating weekly planner.
The Quiet Grove offers two free printable 2017 calendars designs, a watercolor (above) or a black and white calendar. Both versions also come in a vertical or horizontal orientation. Plus there is room for notes on the calendars too.
Doughnuts! Could there be a sweeter calendar? The Little Surprises also offers an abstract and dots design too, but why not go for doughnuts?!