Why We Love Custom Calendar Printing (And You Should, Too!)


We love to see our very own pictures on a wall calendar. We just take our own pics with our own digital camera. There’s no need to hire a professional photographer. This is great if you have….

  • A soccer team
  • A fleet of trucks
  • A barn full of race horses
  • Some other prize livestock
  • A hot air balloon club
  • A line of machines that you manufacture
  • A family reunion
  • Pictures of the houses you design or build
  • Sport cars that you collected
  • Motorcycles that you sell
  • Pictures of all the fish you caught last year
  • Pictures of all the deer you bagged

    Custom Calendar using your very own hi res pictures Custom Calendar Printing With Your Own Pictures, 350

Let your imagination go wild when you design a custom calendar printing project. Your team or customers will enjoy the personalized surprise you made for them.


3 Things To Watch Out For In Custom Calendar Printing

Custom Calendar Printing
Custom Calendar Printing

With all the technological advances in the last 10 years, custom color printing is now available. You can submit your own hi res pictures, and printing companies can print professional wall calendars to impress your friends and customers.

However, there are 3 things for you to consider when shopping for a calendar printer.

  1. Minimum Quantity of Your Order.  Some printers have a published minimum order of 250. BargainPrinting.com and PublishingForLess1.com both have this minimum, which may be unrealistic for your project. Advantage-advertising.com has a low minimum of only 50 for Custom Calendar Printing.
  2. Price Per Calendar.  Shutterfly’s price is $23.99, Staples is $12, and Snapfish is $19.99. Popular Vistaprint, known for free business cards, is a high $18 per custom calendar. Advantage Advertising LLC is only $6.00 to $7.50, depending on quantity.
  3. Quality of Imprint.  Quality of imprint is something that is not mentioned by the printers, because it mostly depends on the resolution of the pictures you submit. For a high quality output, you need to send your picture in 300 dpi at the final printed size. Anything less than 300 will look fuzzy. Whoever takes the picture needs to make that setting before the picture is snapped. Once the picture is taken, the resolution cannot be increased. The type of paper the calendar is printed on makes a difference in the color intensity and quality. A gloss paper does the best job at this.