Page a Day Calendar
For Your Company
Tear Off Calendar Printing
Printing custom tear off calendars is our specialty. Also called ‘page a day’ or ‘day by day’ calendars. We would love the opportunity to print them for your company. The minimum order quantity is 100 pieces.
We only deliver in Germany, France, Belgium and the Netherlands.
Cover in full colour
We will print the cover (front page and back page) of your tear off calendar in full colour. Here are a few examples of cover designs of some clients.
We can print page a day calendars in various versions. Our standard tear-off calendar:
- Trim size: A5 (148 x 210 mm)
- Extent: 368 sheets (yearly) or 56 sheets (weekly)
- Cover: 4/0 (full colour) printed on 210 g cardboard (glossy laminate)
- Sheets: 1/0 (black) printed on 70 g paper with tear-off line
- Finishing: perfect binding and 2 drill holes
Designing the tear off calendar
You can design the interior pages exactly the way you want it. Only text or also images. Date in the top area or elsewhere. Everything is possible. Here are a few examples made with our template, which we will provide for free if you choose us as your printing company.
We will be happy to professionally design your page-a-day calendar. Send us the content and we will create a beautiful, eye-catching calendar in your company house style. Provide us with your text, company logo and maybe even pictures and drawings.
Would you prefer a weekly tear-off calendar? We can create one with 56 sheets – a separate sheet for each week of the year, and four more sheets for an introduction or other content. Minimum order quantity is 100 pieces. Fill in the form to receive a quotation.
Does your company have a special event coming up, such as a product launch or an anniversary? Consider creating a countdown calendar to build excitement for the event. You can choose between 50 and 100 daily sheets. Minimum order quantity is 100 pieces.
“Get our InDesign template for free”
We’d love to work with you.
We have printed tear off calendars for many organisations.
Let’s name a few: