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hey, everyone! before i hop offline for the holidays, i of course had to share one last gift with you! this easy to print (or edit) instagram calendar is such a great way to start off the new year. you can either print mine (see below) or download the template to make your own. they were inspired by instagram photos, but of course, any photo cropped to a square will work!

*want a great gift idea? find your recipient on instagram by going to instagram.com/’recipient’s instagram name’ (like this: instagram.com/goinghometoroost), download a few photos and make a calendar for them using their very own instagram photos. they’ll be so surprised!

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the calendar above is made from some of my very own favorite instagram photos from this year. you can either print mine, or use the included template to customize it by inserting your own photos.

to download: click on the image above to download the .zip file. inside you’ll find:

– printable PDF 2014 calendar.
– PDF blank template for you to add your own photos to.
– .PNG template with a transparent background for you to add your own photos to.
– .EPS file that you can open in photoshop and illustrator to edit.
(i tried to make something for everyone!)

instructions: print on heavy cardstock and cut in half. punch a hole at the top of each to hang, or simply stack neatly.

*tip! use instaport to quickly download all of your instagram photos from the entire year!

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before signing off, i also wanted to give a shout-out to some of going home to roost’s most cherished posts from 2013. i hope you’ll have fun reminiscing with me, or maybe even discovering some new posts from the past!

- watch my online lab with etsy on how to pitch to bloggers
discover which ten air filtering plants are best for indoor use
– learn how to make painted wooden spoons, ribbon cuffs, hair wraps and soy candles
read up on how my vegan pregnancy was
– grab free patterns for the sentimentalities quilt, whatever bag and reversible apron
learn how to make quick and easy chia seed jams
– make a diy rope basket
– learn how to make wax resist wall hangings and onesies (or other goodies)
make a super yummy apple cider float
learn how to make your product descriptions part of your brand story

so that’s it for me, lovelies! i’m taking off for my annual blogging break and am planning to return on monday, january 6th (i’m taking a few extra days off to work on a special project). in the meantime, i’d love to keep in touch with you over on instagram. i wish you each a beautiful christmas filled with love, laughter and lots of family. see you in the new year! love, bonnie

And the angel said to them, “Fear not, for behold, I bring you good news of great joy that will be for all the people. Luke 2:10

all photos © bonnie christine. for personal use only.

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  • So doing this one!!

  • Bonnie, this project is amazing! I just stayed up late making calendars from all of my favorite instagrams over the past year. Your tutorial was so simple and easy to use. This is just the added bit of handmade goodness a few of my Christmas gifts needed. Thanks so much for the great gift – I mean it! Happy Holidays! :)

  • soooo great! thank you so much and have a great christmas break!

  • you guys are so welcome!! merry christmas!

  • This is so great! happy new year!

  • Nicole | January 2, 2014

    Love love love love! Thank you!

  • Amanda | January 5, 2014

    This is such a cute idea and something I want to try for a new year’s project! And, I feel silly asking, but after I download the PDF template, how do I insert my own Instagram photos into the “Your photo here” section of the template?! Help :)

  • thanks amanda! do you have photoshop or illustrator? if so, you can open the pdf or eps file in either and drag and drop your jpeg photos into the document. if you don’t have either of those, i would suggest trying the .png file and dragging and dropping your jpeg pictures into that one. you’ll still probably have to have some kind of a photo editor though. :) xox

  • Thank you for sharing ! DI had been looking for on of these!

  • Emma | June 1, 2014

    I love this project and must have gave at least five for presents. Can you maybe publish at 2015 one too?

  • that makes me so happy, emma! yes, i’ll definitely post one for 2015 later this year! :)

  • Really great idea! Too bad it’s already July =( Hope you will make one for 2015!! Will definitely use that!! =)

  • Yes! Yes! Please post one for 2015! So excited to try it! :)

  • Please comment here if you’ve already made one please please XD

  • Gabrielle | October 13, 2014

    Getting ready my 2015 calendar! Love to make one, can’t wait!

  • I love the design, it is so neat and beautiful! Can’t wait for the 2015 version!

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