Grab this free printable Draw Your Own Calendar for 2023! This yearly calendar is perfect for aspiring artists to add their own personal touch. This post contains affiliate links.
I’m always torn whether or not I should offer a free printable calendar each year. The problem is that for the work it takes, the life of the post is way too short!
However, I decided to do it this year anyway – with a bit of a creative twist!
The idea is that you can draw your own little image into each month! Do this all at once as a New Year’s Eve activity to help count down the hours. You can even draw a new image every hour starting at noon!
Or, celebrate each new month with a little sketch.
As an example, I illustrated January for you, with the classic snowman celebrating the snow image. The truth is, it is a small space to work with, but still a fun little sketch.
This 2023 Draw Your Own calendar is perfect for placing on a family bulletin board with important dates circled in red. It’s a fun thing for students to keep in the clear cover pockets – or inside/front – of a binder. You can even add it to your planner as an extra page for yearly reference if you’d like!
Download it in one – or all – of four colors, to suit your style. And when you’re done, just enjoy your small low-key pieces of artwork!
Download the free printable 2023 Draw Your Own Calendar
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What should you draw for each month?
Here’s a quick list of ideas for adding to your calendar each month!
January – New Year’s – fireworks, fancy 2023 numbers, snowman, snowflakes
February – More snow! Hearts for Valentine’s, cupid…
March – Purim, Books for Read Across America Day, rainbows, St. Patrick’s,
April – Easter, Passover drawings. Rain/umbrella for April showers.
May – May Flowers, Lag Ba’omer drawings. Mother’s Day, anything outdoorsy, or springy like park benches, trees, etc. Print some step by step flower drawing tutorials.
June – bugs, bees, Shavuot drawings, Father’s Day, more flowers and outdoors! Learn how to draw insects.
July – Fireworks, flag, Uncle Sam for 4th of July. Summer things- bathing suit, beach, sunhat.
August – More summer things! Shining suns, sunglasses, picnics, vacation photos, camper.
September – Back to school images, Rosh Hashanah drawings, acorns, squirrels, beginnings of Fall – so leaves and pine cones. Learn how to draw an easy maple leaf.
October – Halloween or Sukkot, witches, fall leaves, bare trees, Jack O Lanterns, black cats
November – Turkey! Or anything Thanksgiving, more fall, harvest drawings such as corn, pumpkins, apples, etc.
December – Christmas or Hanukkah, a touch of winter too.
I hope you enjoy adding art to your Draw Your Own calendar! Got ideas for each month? Comment below!