hope everyone had a merry little christmas this year!
the past month has been a crazy one for our family – from never-ending doctor’s visits to out-of-country weddings and every thing in between, we still managed to pull off a great christmas! while we didn’t get a chance to squeeze in every christmas recipe or tradition we’d wanted, we were still able to make this awesome hash brown and ham breakfast quiche for christmas day brunch, the oh-so-refreshing banana slush punch that has been a tradition in my family for as long as i can remember, and these adorable santa napkin rings for my kids place settings. and if you have a bunch of candy canes leftover, try making this amazing candy cane popcorn while watching all those movies that were opened christmas morning!
*sigh* i love christmas.
but once christmas has come to an end, the inevitable new year becomes our next focus. so while the 2014 version of the new year planner has been a long time coming (thanks for your patience!), it is finally here!!
with some new inspiring quotes, the 2014 monthly planner calendars are ready to put into your diy cereal box notebook:
in case you missed what this notebook is all about, you can check out my post on how to easily make a DIY notebook (planner) out of a cereal box.
and then to see how to put this calendar together in your new awesome notebook, check out my 2013 new year planner post.
without further ado, here are the new 2014 monthly planner pages available for free download!! make a new planner, or use your existing one from last year – either way, you’re sure to have a happy and organized new year!
thanks for visiting my blog! hope you enjoy planning out your 2014!!
and if you’re looking for other calendars for either you or your kids, visit my live craft eat calendars page! <-just click on that link!
Ranee Fratangelo says
THANK YOU! I LOVE IT!
You’re very welcome! 🙂
Thank you Katie! Any chance you’ll still be creating the vertical weeks? 🙂
Hi Alyssa! At the bottom of the original post(https://livecrafteat.com/craft/new-year-planner-made-from-a-cereal-box-and-paper-free-printable/) there’s a link to download a weekly version. I’ll be updating the post tonight to have a weekly version starting with Sunday instead of Monday, so both versions will be available. So check back to the original post (the one I just gave you the link for) later on tonight and if everything works out it should be there. Thanks!!
You are amazing, and you remembered I asked for the Sunday start!! Thank you Katie 🙂
I have discovered that if you print the weeklies back to back you won’t have any blank pages! The first page you open to will be missing the Sun-Wed but after that all the pages will be back to back! The line in between the days doesn’t line up on both sides unfortunately, but that’s a a minor issue once you punch 🙂
Thanks for the tip on back-to-back printing, Alyssa! And thanks also for mentioning the line in the middle. Everyone’s printer prints a little bit differently, so maybe I can try re-uploading them without the line at all – then no one has to worry about them lining up when printing double-sided 🙂 When I get a chance in the next couple of days….
Monica Robinson says
Thanks so much for the beautiful printable. Can’t wait to get started. One quick question before printing though – do you print back to back or individually? Thanks so much! This is only thing holding me up. Got my cereal boxes and pretty scrapbook paper ready to go!
Hi Monica! I wouldn’t print them back to back – just because the right side of the month on the back won’t be in order. I just printed mine single-sided on cardstock and then used blank paper in between months to use as a notebook. Hope that helps! I’m so excited for you to make it!!! 🙂
Cindy Peterson says
This is so helpful. Thanks for generously giving it to us for free. You are a real blessing.
Hi Cindy! Thanks for the sweet comment. You’re so welcome! I’m glad you like it 🙂
Aileen A. Dargantes says
Firstly, to give credit where credit is due, thank you. I’ve just printed the monthly planner pages and, I have to say, it’ll surely make planning more fun with the creative printouts (please don’t be disappointed that I might not actually try making the DIY cereal box notebook). Hats off to your talent as a crafter — Stay inspired! <3
Thanks so much, Aileen! Whether you try the cereal box notebook or you find another way to use the calendars, I’m happy you found something you like on my site 🙂
Thank you! These look great! I’m so excited to create my calendar/notebook. I’m using these calendar pages to make a daily journal. I was thrilled to find your blog and these printables. I had considered buying a blank journal, marble composition book, and even a three-ring binder for the printables. After more consideration, though, I’ve going to give the “cereal box” a try.
Hi Becky! I’m so glad you like them! What a great idea to use the calendar pages as a journal. I love the cereal box planner – it’s so easy to personalize with whatever colors, patterns, and embellishments you want! Thanks for commenting 🙂
Hi Katie. Thanks for the free download. Really love it, you’re amazing. I want to ask you how to print it to A5 size with adobe reader XI?
Do you have a version of this where I could use for a 8.5×11 notebook?
Unfortunately not as of right now. I had hoped to offer that this year but just didn’t get it done. Sorry! If I get to that point I will make sure to add it to this page.
I am a college student whose planner is constantly changing and being rearranged. I was wondering if there was any way you could send me a template that I could edit on my computer (like a word doc format or something). I’m starting a personal makeover and being organized and neat is on the TOP of my priority list. I love your 2014 planner template. It is so cute and fun, and I would love to use it in a digital format.
Feel free to contact me via email 🙂
Thanks so much for the cute printables! They were just what I needed. 🙂
Thanks, Jeanette! I’m glad you like them!
karen jones says
Hi I love your printable calendars i have made diary :0) thank you
I would like to print out the month of April the large calendar ( I have printed march) when will this be available ? I was hoping to plan my April today :0)
Thanks again Karen
Hi Karen! April’s calendar is available! https://livecrafteat.com/live/free-printable-calendar-april-2014/
hey 🙂 I LOVE THIS! it’s a cute way to get organized and everyone i showed it to loves it! I’m using this to organize the year for a school club, so i was wondering when the 2015 version will be available?
still tbd ingrid. sorry. you can bookmark this page to check back for the calendar: https://livecrafteat.com/free-and-paid-calendars-from-live-craft-eat/. or subscribe to the email feed so that it is emailed to you when i post it. hth.
Thank you for the monthly printables! I can’t wait to make my own planner and add them.. I also love that you added quotes in every month. Btw, may I ask what font you’re using? Thanks! ^_^
You’re so welcome! I’m glad you like them 🙂 I used quite a few fonts in these calendars, but you can get quite a few of them from http://www.kevinandamanda.com – they’ve got some good ones!
This is wonderful thank you for posting this. i was wondering how can i download the calenders you made that are already divided into two pages? i only see the whole page calendar.
i ment divided into 2 parts on 1 page.
Hi Janet! All these calendars are printed on a single page – 1 month per page. But they are divided into 2 half pages so that you can cut it straight down the middle and use it in my DIT cereal notebook format. All of the links in the post above should instantly open the files for you – 1 month/page, which is 2 1/2 sheets per page. If you’re looking for my full-sized 8.5″x11″ calendars, or any of my other calendars, you can find them on my calendar’s page here: https://livecrafteat.com/free-and-paid-calendars-from-live-craft-eat/
Thanks for this freebie calendar! It is perfect! In love with the simple cleanliness of it.
Thanks, Kathleen! So glad you like it 🙂
Just found your website from Pinterest. Love it. Thanks for the freebies. I will be back to visit.
Yay! So glad you found us, Vonette!
Thank you so much for these FREE printables. I am planning on making a school planner since I already had a mini planner (I got it on sale for less than 2 dollars)and had no use for it. It surely saves me money and gives a more personal touch. It’s so easy and am really hoping to get the 2015, so i can continue my planner for the 2nd semester!
Hi Adriana! I’m so glad you like the planner pages! I’m working on some for 2015, so hopefully I can get them up in the next couple of months. Thanks for your comment!
Anxiously, and excitedly, waiting calendars for 2015!!! I am in looooove with your formats!!! Thank you for sharing!!!!
Thanks, Becky! I’m working on them 🙂
Lissette santana says
should be here by the middle of december!