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Editable Calendar Month Blocks

Update [18-11-18]: limited time bonus: a PSD weekly planner template - available until 31.12.2018.

Update [27-03-18]: I added PSD version and a help file with step by step tutorial for Inkscape and Photoshop.

Would you like to create calendars, but feeling overwhelmed by making all the elements? I created these month blocks to make things easier. This pack contains all the possible month combinations, so you'll have the building blocks for any year's calendar. Isn't it great? :)

This pack is especially useful in programs that doesn't support tables or tabulated text, so you DO need to build from separate text elements. It's available in SVG vector format and PSD, but you can insert an edited SVG to Word, or other documents as an image. It will remain vector, so scalable and still editable in an external vector editor.

What you'll get:

All the elements in one file:

  • 1 SVG Monday start
  • 1 SVG Sunday start
  • 1 PSD Monday start
  • 1 PSD Sunday start

All the elements in separate files:

  • 46 SVGs Monday start
  • 46 PSDs Monday start
  • 46 PNG previews Monday start
  • 46 SVGs Sunday start
  • 46 PSDs Sunday start
  • 46 PNG previews Sunday start

Plus 1 PDF help file.

The layout designs are only for presentation purposes!

Instructions & requirements:

The SVGs are vector files, to edit, you're gonna need a vector editor program like Adobe Illustrator, Inkscape (free) etc. If you prefer an online svg editor, you can try e.g. Vecteezy (it's free, has Google fonts integration, and a handy help database)

Depending on the program you use, you may need to update the font type settings. Free font used in files: Open Sans

I've created a video tutorial on how to create a wall calendar in Inkscape using this product. Check it out at: (Bear with me, this is my first video ever :) )

To edit the PSDs, you're gonna need Photoshop.


1. Do I need a Standard or an Extended License?

  • Personal use and an end product that won't be sold: you only need the Standard License.
  • End products for sale: with the Standard License you (or your client) are allowed to sell up to 500 units. Above that you either need multiple Standard Licenses or one Extended License. The latter allows unlimited sales.

2. How many times can I use this asset with ONE license?

  • for personal use: unlimited times
  • for client work: you can use for 1 project of 1 client. It can also mean a SET of different planner inserts, related under a single concept. Depending on the number of units your client wants to sell, you need a Standard or an Extended License (see first question)
  • own end product for sale: 1 project, the same as described for client work.

3. Can I make a digital product with this?

Yes, but in order to prevent the extraction of the original Item, you need to rasterize the text or turn it to vector shapes (paths).

More info with FAQ here:

and with License use cases here

I hope this is helpful :) What do you think?

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