We don’t sell the Personalised Calendar 2011 anymore, sorry!

We've suggested some alternatives below you might like:

We did once and we had fun. But we've moved on. These things happen. We've suggested some alternatives below you might like:

Product info

Front cover

Front cover is also personalised

Walk around any store come December and you can’t move for calendars. You know, the ones we all buy when we’re desperate and can’t think of a decent pressie. And that’s all fine and dandy – assuming your friends and relatives are fans of Shakin’ Stevens, McFly and the Greek Islands.

But wouldn’t it be great if you could buy a calendar that was a little more personal? Something with a touch more thought behind it? It’s easy with a Personalised Calendar because each of its photos is customised to feature your recipient’s name. Brilliant!

The recipients name will be shown on a different image each month:

January February March

January

February

March

April May June

April

May

June

July August September

July

August

September

October November December

October

November

December

The concept behind this quality gift is forehead-slappingly simple. Just give us the name you want to appear (up to twelve letters) and we’ll skilfully integrate it into the twelve sumptuously shot, seasonally themed photos inside.

Flick through your finished A3 masterpiece and your name of choice will be written in the clouds, on a beach in pebbles, on a snowy windscreen, as colourful flowers, in Autumn leaves, as Scrabble tiles and much, much more. With twelve months of uniquely eye-catching photos, it’s the gift that keeps on giving.

Date

Contains weird and wonderful dates

Your calendar will be printed exactly as you type it, so do be careful with your spelling and punctuation. You wouldn’t want people pispronouncing your worms after you’ve gone to so much tribble.

Proving that it really is the thought that counts, the Personalised Calendar is a fantastic gift for anyone who likes seeing their name in lights…and sand, and snow. Better still it makes the clichéd calendars that everyone else buys look incredibly dull. Hold on…what’s this? Girls Aloud With Not Much On 2011? Cor, thanks gran!

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Product info

Front cover

Front cover is also personalised

Walk around any store come December and you can’t move for calendars. You know, the ones we all buy when we’re desperate and can’t think of a decent pressie. And that’s all fine and dandy – assuming your friends and relatives are fans of Shakin’ Stevens, McFly and the Greek Islands.

But wouldn’t it be great if you could buy a calendar that was a little more personal? Something with a touch more thought behind it? It’s easy with a Personalised Calendar because each of its photos is customised to feature your recipient’s name. Brilliant!

The recipients name will be shown on a different image each month:

January February March

January

February

March

April May June

April

May

June

July August September

July

August

September

October November December

October

November

December

The concept behind this quality gift is forehead-slappingly simple. Just give us the name you want to appear (up to twelve letters) and we’ll skilfully integrate it into the twelve sumptuously shot, seasonally themed photos inside.

Flick through your finished A3 masterpiece and your name of choice will be written in the clouds, on a beach in pebbles, on a snowy windscreen, as colourful flowers, in Autumn leaves, as Scrabble tiles and much, much more. With twelve months of uniquely eye-catching photos, it’s the gift that keeps on giving.

Date

Contains weird and wonderful dates

Your calendar will be printed exactly as you type it, so do be careful with your spelling and punctuation. You wouldn’t want people pispronouncing your worms after you’ve gone to so much tribble.

Proving that it really is the thought that counts, the Personalised Calendar is a fantastic gift for anyone who likes seeing their name in lights…and sand, and snow. Better still it makes the clichéd calendars that everyone else buys look incredibly dull. Hold on…what’s this? Girls Aloud With Not Much On 2011? Cor, thanks gran!