Third annual calendar swap via Design Crush

[Sami Jensen] “It’s time to swap 2012 calendars!” announced Design Crush on Monday. For the third consecutive year, Kelly Beall of Design Crush is hosting a worldwide calendar swap, in partnership with Caroline Duke of Greedy Girl. Want to be a part of it? Read on.

Here’s how it works: By October 29th, you must e-mail [email protected] with the following information:

… your name
… your email address
… the name of your blog and, also, the name of your favorite blog
… your snail-mail address
… whether you prefer an international or in country swapmate – or does it matter?
… are you interested in sending (and receiving) more than one calendar (from different swappers)? If so, how many?

Then, you’ll be assigned to a swapmate whose information you’ll receive around November 2nd. Then, you buy a calendar (between $20-$30) that’s perfect for your swapmate and send it out by November 23rd.

Last year, the swap saw 130 participants. Here are a few of the calendars that were swapped:

Chair Calendar by storybymia

2011 Silhouettes Poster Calendar by Le Papier Studio

Letterpress Calendar by Wiley Valentine

More information about this year’s calendar swap at Design Crush.

If you’re looking for a calendar to swap, check out the calendar collection in the Felt & Wire Shop.

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  1. Posted by Alex Wijnen on 10.13.11 at 9:45 pm

    Thanks for the reminder! I did the swap last year and loved it – time to get going on this year’s 🙂

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