Weeds & Wildflowers Calendar – October & November 2022

Celebrate resilience with plants that thrive in vacant lots, sidewalk crevices and neglected corners of the garden. This calendar grew out of my 100 Day Project exploring the wild plants that grow in my neighborhood.

The finished calendar page is 5.5″ wide x 8.5″ tall and can be displayed in a frame, on a corkboard, in a stand, washi-taped to your wall, on the fridge or however it makes you happy. Just print the PDF below on letter-size (8.5″ x 11″) cardstock and cut it in half. If you want to be really fancy, round the corners with a paper punch.

Each page is laid out so that after the month is over, you can cut the artwork into a 5×7″ piece without the calendar part and use it as a postcard or framed art.

This printable is free for your personal, non-commercial use – just sign up for my newsletter (also free, and I promise not to spam you, and if you’re already on my list it won’t double you up!) to download the PDF:

Weeds & Wildflowers Calendar – October & November 2022

Printable calendar pages for October and November 2022 featuring prints of my illustrations of purslane and hedge parsley.

Weeds & Wildflowers Calendar – August & September 2022

August and September 2022 calendar pages by Lellobird

Celebrate resilience with plants that thrive in vacant lots, sidewalk crevices and neglected corners of the garden. This calendar grew out of my 100 Day Project exploring the wild plants that grow in my neighborhood.

The finished calendar page is 5.5″ wide x 8.5″ tall and can be displayed in a frame, on a corkboard, in a stand, washi-taped to your wall, on the fridge or however it makes you happy. Just print the PDF below on letter-size (8.5″ x 11″) cardstock and cut it in half. If you want to be really fancy, round the corners with a paper punch.

Each page is laid out so that after the month is over, you can cut the artwork into a 5×7″ piece without the calendar part and use it as a postcard or framed art.

This printable is free for your personal, non-commercial use – just sign up for my newsletter (also free, and I promise not to spam you, and if you’re already on my list it won’t double you up!) to download the PDF:

Weeds & Wildflowers Calendar – August & September 2022

Printable calendar pages for August and September 2022 featuring prints of my illustrations of bull mallow and helleborine.

Weeds & Wildflowers Calendar – June & July 2022

Celebrate resilience with plants that thrive in vacant lots, sidewalk crevices and neglected corners of the garden. This calendar grew out of my 100 Day Project exploring the wild plants that grow in my neighborhood.

The finished calendar page is 5.5″ wide x 8.5″ tall and can be displayed in a frame, on a corkboard, in a stand, washi-taped to your wall, on the fridge or however it makes you happy. Just print the PDF below on letter-size (8.5″ x 11″) cardstock and cut it in half. If you want to be really fancy, round the corners with a paper punch.

Each page is laid out so that after the month is over, you can cut the artwork into a 5×7″ piece without the calendar part and use it as a postcard or framed art.

This printable is free for your personal, non-commercial use – just sign up for my newsletter (also free, and I promise not to spam you, and if you’re already on my list it won’t double you up!) to download the PDF:

Weeds & Wildflowers Calendar – June & July 2022

Printable calendar pages for June and July 2022 featuring prints of my illustrations of blackberry and saltmarsh plantain.

Weeds & Wildflowers Calendar – April & May 2022

Celebrate resilience with plants that thrive in vacant lots, sidewalk crevices and neglected corners of the garden. This calendar grew out of my 100 Day Project exploring the wild plants that grow in my neighborhood.

The finished calendar page is 5.5″ wide x 8.5″ tall and can be displayed in a frame, on a corkboard, in a stand, washi-taped to your wall, on the fridge or however it makes you happy. Just print the PDF below on letter-size (8.5″ x 11″) cardstock and cut it in half. If you want to be really fancy, round the corners with a paper punch.

Each page is laid out so that after the month is over, you can cut the artwork into a 5×7″ piece without the calendar part and use it as a postcard or framed art.

This printable is free for your personal, non-commercial use – just sign up for my newsletter (also free, and I promise not to spam you, and if you’re already on my list it won’t double you up!) to download the PDF:

Weeds & Wildflowers Calendar – April & May 2022

Printable calendar pages for April and May 2022 featuring prints of my illustrations of bristly ox-tongue and dandelion.

Weeds & Wildflowers Calendar – February & March 2022

Celebrate resilience with plants that thrive in vacant lots, sidewalk crevices and neglected corners of the garden. This calendar grew out of my 100 Day Project exploring the wild plants that grow in my neighborhood.

The finished calendar page is 5.5″ wide x 8.5″ tall and can be displayed in a frame, on a corkboard, in a stand, washi-taped to your wall, on the fridge or however it makes you happy. Just print the PDF below on letter-size (8.5″ x 11″) cardstock and cut it in half. If you want to be really fancy, round the corners with a paper punch.

Each page is laid out so that after the month is over, you can cut the artwork into a 5×7″ piece without the calendar part and use it as a postcard or framed art.

This printable is free for your personal, non-commercial use – just sign up for my newsletter (also free, and I promise not to spam you, and if you’re already on my list it won’t double you up!) to download the PDF:

Weeds & Wildflowers Calendar – February & March 2022

Printable calendar pages for February and March 2022 featuring prints of my illustrations of Carolina bristlemallow and bur clover.

Weeds & Wildflowers Calendar – January 2022

Celebrate resilience with plants that thrive in vacant lots, sidewalk crevices and neglected corners of the garden. This calendar grew out of my 100 Day Project exploring the wild plants that grow in my neighborhood.

The finished calendar page is 5.5″ wide x 8.5″ tall and can be displayed in a frame, on a corkboard, in a stand, washi-taped to your wall, on the fridge or however it makes you happy. Just print the PDF below on letter-size (8.5″ x 11″) cardstock and cut it in half. If you want to be really fancy, round the corners with a paper punch. You’ll have a half-sheet left for next month’s calendar page – newsletter subscribers will receive a link to the next page next month.

Each page is laid out so that after the month is over, you can cut the artwork into a 5×7″ piece without the calendar part and use it as a postcard or framed art.

This printable is free for your personal, non-commercial use – just sign up for my newsletter (also free, and I promise not to spam you, and if you’re already on my list it won’t double you up!) to download the PDF:

Weeds & Wildflowers Calendar – January 2022

A printable calendar page for January 2022 featuring a print of my illustration of water speedwell.

Tea (towel) time

Fiesta Calendar by Lellobird, available at Spoonflower

It’s that time of year again: Fall is ramping up, the year is winding down, and you need a tea towel calendar to help brighten up your kitchen in 2016!

Spoonflower is running their annual 2-for-1 Fat Quarter sale today through Thursday, November 12, which means you can stock up on half-price tea towels that just need a quick hem to become beautiful, practical, sort-of-handmade gifts. Chilly fall days are perfect for sewing!

I have six tea towels for sale this year, or you can turn any fat quarter of fabric into a towel, too.

Bee Towel Calendar
Bird Talk Original
Bird Talk Autumn
Bird Talk Summer (coming soon)
Folk Tree Tea Towel
Fiesta Calendar (coming soon)

Calendar time

Photo detail of Bee Towel tea towel calendar by Lellobird

Up until a year or two ago, I’d never heard of a tea towel calendar – a calendar with a pretty design printed on fabric. Thanks to Spoonflower’s annual tea towel calendar contest, I’m now in the know.  The idea of something that marks the year and helps dry the dishes appeals to my practical side!

This year I have three 2015 tea towel calendars available at Spoonflower: Bee Towel (pictured), Bird Talk and Bird Talk Original. There are a lot of fun calendar designs by other designers available, too – I’ll bet you can find one that matches your interests and your kitchen.

Matching kitchens reminds me of one of my most interesting requests on Spoonflower: A woman who was designing a steampunk time travel themed kitchen and wanted a sepia-toned version of my popular Time Travel Map fabric for curtains. I love the amount of time they put into coming up with a vision and a backstory for their kitchen — awesome!

Other special requests have come from people making quilts, custom lampshades, curtains for vintage Airstream trailers — it’s always a kick to see what people make with my designs.