2021 Linnea Design Calendars
Linnea Design Calendars are a beautiful way to mark the time and organize your life! New original artwork for every month, and a fresh take on each season. We have a calendar size for every space, even if your space is small.
The 2021 Linnea Poster Calendar
Twelve 11×14″ posters with new original art each month! A stunning wall calendar for the office or home by artist Johanna Riley. Hang it in our 11 X 14″ Linnea Frame.
|Poster Calendar, 11x14||$29.00|
|Gift Wrapped Poster Calendar||$35.00|
|Poster Calendar Gift Pack|
|Gift Wrapped Linnea Frame + Poster Calendar||$53.00|
The 2021 Linnea Desktop Calendar
The 5X7″ Desktop version of the Linnea Poster Calendar lends big impact to small spaces, whether it’s in your apartment or on your desk.
|2021 Desk Calendar, 5x7"||$16.00|
The Linnea Design 2021 Appointment Book
Never miss an appointment! The Linnea Design 2020 Appointment Book is a 9 x 9” hardback book with original artwork for each month and space to write on each day. Great for an organized life! View a full month with ease. Guaranteed not to crash, has a ribbon book mark and special pages for writing birthdays and passwords. At year’s end keep it on your book shelf as a journal of the year’s events. Each day has a space of 1 1/4 x 1 5/8″.
JANUARY: A new year and and a new beginning—a chance to write (or rewrite!) your own story in your own words.
FEBRUARY: February, the month of St. Valentine’s Day, rekindles memories of gifts and hearts both received and given—as we sift through the accumulated treasures of a life well lived.
MARCH: Honeydew and Darjeeling tea… a simple breakfast evokes exotic places even at one’s own table.
APRIL: When April showers get you down, the best remedy is coloring life bright, bold and beautiful!
MAY: Springtime squadrons of pelicans make their way up and down our San Diego coast as they search the waves for dinner.
JUNE: Tako kichi (kite crazy)! Washington’s International Kite Festival at Long Beach is a chance to see skilled kite competitions and also go “tako kichi” on your own.
JULY: The sights, sounds, and smells of the state fair are a sentimental confirmation that summer is in full swing! Win a prize at the county fair and bring home a golden treasure of the ichthyological kind!
AUGUST: This is the time to reconnect with nature, reset your mind while taking command of your own canoe, navigating your way through chaos to calm.
SEPTEMBER: Having a taste of “somewhere else” is always a good idea, especially at a time of year when the byways are less traveled. Give me a Greek island, bathed in sun-washed white and blue.
OCTOBER: October’s Hunter’s Moon is definitely the end of summer and a sign of deepening autumn as it rises huge and low.
NOVEMBER: Dried Chinese lanterns capture and hold the last of the season’s colors.
DECEMBER: The solitude of a December snowfall blankets the imperfections with beauty and covers the din with magnificent serenity…a time for reflection, a time for peace.