It’s almost 2014 — have you thought about giving a customized wall calendar, with your own pictures, as a gift for a family member or friend? There are lots of options in style, design, size, and ability to customize.
Here are the top 5 services for making a custom calendar with your Mac.
Their wall calendar is 13 x 10.4″ and costs $20. It allows you to put specific pictures and text on dates (which is new). Themes and designs are limited. Probably the easiest to do from a Mac, as you do it directly in iPhoto, so you don’t need to upload all your pictures before you can start.
Wall calendars are 8 x 11″ for $22 or 12 x 12″ for $18, and allow you to put specific pictures and text on dates. Lots of different layouts available for the top half, and you can put multiple pictures up there as well.
They also have desk calendars at size 5 x 11″ for $18.
Wall calendar is 8.5 x 11″ for $16 and allows you to put specific text on dates, but no pictures. They have different number styles, offering more or less space for writing.
Their desk calendar is 8.25 x 3.75″ and cost is $10.
Wall calendars are 8.5 x 11″ for $20 or 12 x 12″ for $10-$15. They allow you to put specific pictures and text on dates. However there aren’t a lot of options for putting multiple photos on the picture half of the page.
They also have small desk calendars, size 10×5″, for $10-$15.
Sizes are 6 x 6″ for $10, 8 x 8″ for $17, or 10 x 10″ for $20. Lots of themes to choose from. Printing quality is high, as they use special paper. Unfortunately no pictures or text on specific dates.