Personalised Calendars from StressFreePrint #WIN

This past week on the blog has been all about personalised goodies in the run up to Christmas. To add a spot of personal uniqueness to any product is by far the nicest touch in any gift given or received, in my opinion. So what about a gift that lasts all year round and not just for Christmas, a personalised calendar?

I was offered the opportunity to create my own 2015 calendar using my favourite pictures with StressFreePrint.co.uk and couldn't wait to see the outcome.

Firstly, my fave pics are normally used for Instagram so having square pictures meant a half A3 size would suit me best as opposed to the full A3 or A4 sizes. I also prefer a wire bound calendar compared to the hole-punched style, so as not to spoil each month's image (and it has less chance of being ripped down if caught by the kids or anyone leaning on it on the wall!)

Premium quality Half-A3 Wire Bound Wall Calendars feature a cover sheet plus 12 month-by-month leaves printed in stunning full colour onto 170gsm semi-gloss paper. You can see the gloss was captured in my picture above. 
I chose 12 images, one for each month, and an image for the front cover too. I completely forgot that the front cover would then be a square image on it's own with nothing else on it so was thrilled to receive a call from StressFreePrint asking if I'd like a specific colour to fill the background. That's great customer service right there! Being a Liverpool Fan, they suggested perhaps a red background with the title of the calendar in yellow. I like the way it turned out!

The calendars are available in a choice of white or black wire binding and are supplied with a matching hanger with thumb cut and a 250gsm plain white backing board, for easy and solid hanging.

I adore my calendars and have decided to gift these to family as part of their Christmas presents. I just know they'll love them as much as we do!


If you think your friends and family would also appreciate such a thoughtful and great quality gift this Christmas, you can create your own and purchase 10 copies for just £63.49 which is the equivalent to just £6.35 per unit and the more you buy, the cheaper they become. Bulk buying just got sensible!

The calendar's excellent quality really showcase the images I chose and each month of next year will now present us with a treasured memory. Every day of every month has a full line to make notes of birthdays or appointments throughout the year, with the notable events, such as bank holidays, pre-printed for extra added convenience.

I've teamed up with StressFreePrint to offer one of you the chance to win 10 (yes, ten) copies of your own personalised calendars, just as I have reviewed here. Simply complete the giveaway via the Rafflecopter widget below for you entries to count and you could have 10 prezzies sorted before your tree is even up. Amazing! 

a Rafflecopter giveaway

All entries are optional.
Remember each and every entry is verified so don't do yourself out of a chance to win this fab prize by trying your luck.
Any entries deemed to be false (unverifiable) will be removed within the Rafflecopter widget prior to the draw.
Giveaway ends Monday 1st December 11:59pm. 
Winner agrees to their details being passed to StressFreePrint for their prize to be fulfilled. 

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99 comments:

  1. Nice competition. I must admit if I don't have a calendar I'm hopeless at remembering things.

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  2. Another lovely competition thank you! I have never had a personalised calendar before! As a teenager, I bought Bros, Jason Donovan, Robbie Williams and The Chippendales calendars and since becoming a mum, I always seem to buy cute puppies and kitties lol!

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  3. personalised calendars are great i did my dad one last year that way he has to look at my ugly mug every day

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  4. I love the photos you chose for your calendar!

    Great comp.

    xx

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  5. This would make such a great gift x

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  6. I love making personalised gifts. Every year I make one for my mum with pictures of the children!

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  7. This would be amazing, i would fill the months with all that matters to me , my family and my gorgeous bunnies Millie and Molly xxx

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  8. What a lovely giveaway - thanks for always giving us awesome prizes to win!

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  9. I've never thought of gifts like this, but they'd be ideal for grandparents and stuff :)

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  10. would be lovely to have it personalised with the 3 little monsters - sorry meant grandchildren lol

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  11. Ideal gift idea for family!

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  12. this is a lovely idea for a gift for someone.

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  13. all done, thanks for the comp :)

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  14. Such a great gift to treasure wonderful memories.

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  15. Luke Luck likes lakes.
    Luke's duck likes lakes.
    Luke Luck licks lakes.
    Luck's duck licks lakes.
    Duck takes licks in lakes Luke Luck likes.
    Luke Luck takes licks in lakes duck likes.

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  16. These make lovely presents - What is the shortest month?
    (May, because it has only 3 letters!)

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  17. I think personalised gifts r fab... I'm a cat person so I bore my friends with personalised gifts with billie my fat cat on them!

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  18. great comp! would make a lovely gift for christmas

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  19. great giveaway-great prize
    dorothy cavender

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  20. great prize to win fingers x

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  21. Would be nice to win, I could use a good plan!

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  22. Would love to win this so I can take a pic of myself for each month holding signs like "Remember to buy Laura's birthday present" (May) or "Laura would love a spa day for Christmas!" (December!)

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  23. Love this, I've run out of wall space to hang more framed photos so this would do great!

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  24. Whats the funniest thing in the kitchen......................

    The washing machine cos it takes the piss out the knickers

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  25. Nanny G Fletcher Maynard7 November 2014 at 06:30

    Would make great Christmas presents

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  26. What a lovely prize, this would be fabulous to win. Love the blog too :)

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  27. This is amazing because I have I big fammily and u don't know wot to get some of ten this would be perfect for my family for Christmas please conside

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  28. Love to win this would have pics of my grandsons from every month of last year, so I can see how much they've changed

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  29. Every picture holds a memory, every memory is held in your heart xx

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  30. Such a fab competition. I had been thinking of making calendars as a xmas gift, so this would be ideal!

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  31. Love this idea. Your calendars look fab :)

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  32. Pam Francis Gregory9 November 2014 at 21:58

    Great giveaway!

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  33. Lovely prize I make calenders for Christmas every year :)

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  34. Id love to win then I could look at the family all year round and not 'Just for Christmas!' ;-)

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  35. Great prize - I love personalised products!

    Ashleigh

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  36. i love photos and im very busy so a calender would be very handy x

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  37. great giveaway,just to remember to write appointments and birthdays in the calendar!

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  38. Great for memories and making new ones!

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  39. These are lovely, thanks for the giveaway.

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  40. ohh my brother is always forgetting peoples birthdays so i would take pictures of family members holding their birthday numbers to help him remember :-)

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  41. Great competition, fingers crossed! I'd love one of these!

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  42. Make you smile? My mother said I was so ugly I couldn't get a date on a calender!

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  43. I made a home made calendar one Christmas, my mum got one, did not open it for an hour after being given it because it was a boring calendar, did not recognize my name on the front, and only became interested when she saw a photo of herself in it! The laugh was worth it.

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  44. Thank you for running this prize draw :-)

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  45. Love thes for the grandparents

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  46. I love this giveaway, it would make a fab Xmas gift.

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  47. This would make a beautiful gift for my nan, she might actually remember our bithdays then!

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  48. It's beginning to look a lot like christmas !!

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  49. what a lovely gift
    perfect for my sister good luck everyone :)

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  50. I love the ability to personalise products, fab giveaway

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  51. I would like to win this calendar because we don't have a normal calendar in our house,I just make one by myself with a marker and paper,but of course I would like a normal one and not just a normal but with our photos on it.thank you

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  52. These are so cool - I love personalised stuff like this

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  53. Waving hello from a bitterly cold South Wales!

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  54. Need to get organised and this would make a great change from random notes on scraps of paper.

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  55. Don't make fun of overweight people - they've enough on their plate already.

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  56. Such a fun prize, thank you! Would be sorely tempted to just have twelve pictures of my cat on mine, haha.

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  57. this would be perfect for over my desk while studying and for sending over to my little niece in America so we could all know what we're doing together

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  58. What a great giveaway and a great idea for gifts, =)

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  59. Aw what a lovely give away :)

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  60. Fab Giveaway!!! Great gifts for the family :) Thanks #fingerscrossed

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  61. Dreading next months bank statement, out going will def out weigh income, lol

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  62. I love this! I've tried to make one for my mum before of all of us 'children'. Unfortunately my four year old brother thinks being cute is some kind of insult and instantly glares as soon as the camera is pointing at him.
    We actually have to hide like paparazzi at birthdays to get any snaps

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  63. What is the popular Christmas carol in Desert?
    Camel ye Faithful

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  64. That would be a great present for all the relatives

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  65. This would be great, I've got some lovely photos set aside that would look great in a calender!

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  66. This is so good. Would be great for the grandparents.

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  67. I've never had a personalised calender before, would be great to have photos of my girl looking at me from last year to see how much she's grown!

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  68. Lovely prizes, nice gifts for close family and friends

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  69. I'd love to win this for my sisters Christmas present! She has a son aged 18 months and would love this in her kitchen :)

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  70. Thankyou for the chance to win, this would be a lovely gift for my mum x

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  71. Thank you for running such a useful competition.

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  72. I've just had a baby boy and would love something to keep of his first 6 months

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  73. Great giveaway - I love doing personalised calendars!

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  74. Lovely giveaway thank you - Happy Advent :-)

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  75. Maria Jane Knight1 December 2014 at 14:33

    This would be lovely ( being a photographer i have soooo many photos i would love to display - this would be perfect)

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  76. I'd love one of these for myself! I'd have my dog & my kids on it (is it bad that I wrote it in that order?)...

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  77. Great prize! You are a diamond!

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  78. great prize.
    ok so I will try and make you laugh....one day my 4 year old daughter came home from school telling me her teacher is going to have a baby. I was quite surprised (as usually the rumours go round the parents & their is a bump noticed at least before the kids know) but anyway, I didn't think that much of it and just said that's nice. Later that evening over dinner she told her brothers and sisters about her teachers baby. All pretty normal until she said its growing in the garden. I said don't be silly you know babies grow in mummys tummys. She said no mum my teacher put the seeds in the school garden. I suddenly realised they were planting flowers, there was no baby. She knew a baby came from a seed. She must of been so confused watching all these babies being planted, I wonder what went through her head. I explained as best I could through my laughter. Then she seemed disappointed that lots of babies weren't going to appear in the school garden.
    Hope that made you laugh, my daughter had me in stitches
    Laura Theobald xxx

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  79. Just starting to plan our next personalised calendar - what a lovely giveaway! :)

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  80. I would love this. I do depend on a calendar and usually have the free ones from The Co-operative. They used to be very nice but are something of a disappointment now. This year's was a series of old black and white photos of their shops.

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  81. I'd love to win this, this'd be great for Christmas x

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  82. Would love to have my little boy's smiling face on a calendar

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