Hand Lettered Free Printable 2019 Monthly Calendar

January 1, 2019 separator Free Printable

Hand Lettered Free Printable 2019 Monthly Calendar Poster Size for the Wall

I’m ready for my award, you guys!

You know why? 

Because I’m publishing my free printable 2019 calendar on time!

Last year I think I was at least a couple weeks into January before I managed it, and the year before I gave up entirely after awhile…

Just like last my 2018 printable calendar, this one can be printed out in two sizes: regular computer paper or 18″ x 24″ for a giant wall poster. 

Hand Lettered Free Printable Calendar 2019 A4

Why Two Sizes?

I recommend printing it in both sizes. That way you can keep one with you for jotting down appointments on-the-go.

And you can hang the big one on the wall to keep track of the whole family’s appointments and events.

I have directions at the end of the post for printing the giant version. It’s super affordable and can be done at your local copy shop!

Hand Lettered Free Printable 2019 Monthly Calendar

Tips for Using Your Printable Calendar to Get Organized

No matter which size you print, this 2019 calendar is a great organizational tool. I definitely go through phases where I use mine more than others.

I’m ashamed to say I have some months with zero writing on them… 😳

But on the months where I actually do manage to stay on top of my calendar and my ever-growing to-do list, I have a few ways that I love to use my calendar.

Color-Coding

Use different-colored pens to mark down reminders, appointments, and events. Each color can indicate a type of event, like work versus personal, or a different person.

You could have a different color for each of your kids, for example!

You can use anything really, but I particularly love this colorful set of pens because they have a really precise fine tip and don’t bleed through my paper. 

You can even use colorful sticky tabs and flags to go along with your colored pens or pencils for items that might get moved around.

Stickers

Have you caught on to the newest wave of the sticker trend? If not, you’re missing out! They’re such a fun, adorable way to stay organized.

You can get printable planner stickers that you just print and cut out at home. If you’re not the DIY type or just don’t have access to a color printer, then there a ton of planner sticker options available to buy. 

I love these because you can mark down things like doctors’ appointments, gym visits, play dates, etc. 

Sticky Notes

Are you a bit of a perfectionist? Or maybe a commitment-phobe? 

I have a friend who uses my calendars, and she doesn’t like to write her plans on in pen until she’s 100% sure they’re going to happen.

She pens them in later and then keeps her calendars as sort of a scrapbook of what she did the previous year. I kind of love that idea because it’s memory-keeping as you go. 

If this sounds like you, then one option is to cut sticky notes in half (or whatever size you need) and mark down your plans. Then, when you’re ready, just peel off the note, and make it permanent underneath. 

Hand Lettered Free Printable 2019 Monthly Calendar

I hand-lettered each month to make a beautiful statement piece, but I kept it simple enough that it won’t eat up all your printer ink. 

Read on to get your hand lettered free printable 2019 calendar!

How to Download the Calendar

To download the calendar, you’ll need to sign up for my newsletter. Within a few minutes, you’ll get an email with a link to my free content library and an exclusive password.



How to Print the Calendar

The wall poster version is sized to print at 18″ x 24″ to give you plenty of space to jot down all your appointments and notes*.

You can print these as engineer prints at most copy shops.

I uploaded mine to Staples.com and then picked them up in-store later that day. Right now it’s $1.79 per page to print an 18″ x 24″ sheet, and you can get a small amount of cash back through Ebates when you make your purchase.

*If you don’t want to print the calendar this big, don’t worry. You’ll also get a link to download a regular printer paper sized version when you sign up for my newsletter!

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44 comments

  1. Just a quick note to anybody having trouble accessing the calendar. First off, thanks so much for stopping by — I’m so glad you love it!

    When other people have had this issue it has typically been because they didn’t enter the password in all caps, so my first suggestion is to double check that.

    I really, really value your time as a reader. I don’t have it set up this way to make anybody jump through hoops. In addition to having a day job, I put many, many hours into creating this content and pay a lot of money to host it and send the emails. I have all my printable in one place because it would be significantly more for me to be able to automatically email each of them.

    Thanks so much for understanding and for your patience! If you still can’t access it, you can me email at [email protected], and I’ll get you hooked up as soon as I possible can! :)

    -Lindsay

  2. This is so annoying. I signed up and I can’t get to the printable. It just keeps bringing me back to the same page. It seems that A LOT of people are having this issue. Can’t you email it to people instead?

    1. I figured it out. I don’t know why it suddenly worked, but if you just keep refreshing the page eventually it will let you in. Super glad it worked, because everything is so cute.

  3. Hi again! I just checked three browsers and am getting in, so I’m thinking it’s a password issue. If it’s incorrect, including capitalization, it bounces you back to the sign-in page. I suggest copying the password from the email and pasting it in and then clicking the “enter” button. Let me know if that doesn’t work!

    1. I can’t access a download point either. :-/ I subscribed and then entered the password, and I can only get back to the page that wants me to subscribe for access to the password. Can you email me the 2019 calendar?

  4. Hi Brittany. I just tested it and am not having trouble, so if you can give me some more info, hopefully I can troubleshoot. What browser are you using? Chrome, Firefox, Safari, Explorer? Thanks!

  5. Hi Heather, I just tested it and it seems to be working. Note that the password is case-sensitive, and you need to press the “enter” button after you type it in, rather than just hitting the enter key on the keyboard. Please let me know if you still have trouble. Thanks!

  6. Hi, I subscribed to the newsletter and got my link but entering my code just takes me back to the home page. Help, I’d love the free calendar pages…trying to plan menus for the month….

    1. I’m so sorry I didn’t see this sooner, Melissa. I didn’t get a comment notification. Were you able to access it? I just tested and it’s working fine now, so there may have been a glitch?

  7. Hi, I have subscribed to the newsletter but still have yet received the link for this printable. Would you be able to send it through again? Thanks :)

  8. I have tried like a million times to put the password you sent me in and it just goes back to the password page :/

    1. Hi Brittany, I emailed you and hope you received it last night. Just try copy/pasting the password with no spaces. Thanks!

  9. hello, i didnt get my link. can you please send it to me? also, what password do i put in the exclusive subscribers part?

  10. Hi there! How long should it take to receive the link? I have checked my junk/spam and haven’t received anything. But..it has only been 5 minutes haha.
    Let me know! Thank you

    1. Hi Kellie! I’m seeing that the email went out to you this morning at 11:41. Do you mind checking your spam/junk folder? Thanks!

    1. Hi Keren — Thanks for letting me know! I’m showing it was sent to you at 10:49 a.m. EST today. Can you try checking your spam/junk folder? Thanks!!

    1. Hi Amber, I just checked, and it looks like you were able to open it and download the calendar — glad you got it! Thanks!

    1. Thanks for letting me know, Mara. Did you use this email address? I’ll check this morning and make sure you get it!

        1. I really appreciate the heads-up, Eleftheria! Logging on within an hour and will make sure it comes your way. Same email address that you used to comment?

        2. Thanks again, Eleftheria — the email had gotten stuck in the queue but is working again. Did you use a different email address — I didn’t see this one. Thanks!

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