Most promotional wall calendars are printed on 70-lb paper. Our standard paper is a premium quality 80-lb gloss paper with matching 8-pt cover and you have the option to upgrade to 100-lb / 10-pt. Both weights are also available in environmentally-friendly paper that is produced using certified sustainable forest management practices.
Binding refers to how your wall calendar is held together. Choose our most popular option, saddle stitching (2 staples), or dress up your wall calendar with plasticoil (spiral) or wire-o (also called "double loop" binding). Most people prefer wire-o. The main difference between plasticoil and wire-o is that wire-o allows your wall calendar to hang in perfect alignment; and with plasticoil, the bottom half is always 1/8" out of alignment.
To give your wall calendar a much more substantial feel, we can insert a sheet of corrugated cardboard into the middle and individually shrink wrap it.
Photos should be 300 pixels per inch, based on the print size. If you’re not sure what this means, download our TipSheet about resolution. If you plan to upload entire pages, please download this full page preparation TipSheet.
Logos can cause big headaches when you're designing a custom wall calendar. Unless the logo is exactly what the designers had in mind when they created the template, there are usually problems with shape, size, positioning or cropping. With our proprietary custom wall calendar software all logo positions can be re-shaped, re-sized and re-positioned!
Text Placement & Editing
Text can be problem with custom wall calendars. We learned early on that reducing or increasing the number of words to make things fit wasn't really good enough. Our software now has most of the text editing functions you're familiar with, including line spacing adjustment.
Create your custom photo calendar in English, Spanish or French. You can also make a bilingual calendar - English/Spanish and English/French are available.
Upload Your Own Calendar Print File
Have a print-ready file and just need us to print it? No problem, just check with us before you get too far along so we can confirm the file format and resolution swill be acceptable for printing.