Thursday, January 17, 2013

Andrews McMeel Coffee Calendar 2013 *Sponsor




I was so excited last year to be able to display Dan DiPaolo's 2012 calendar, it was a delight to my kitchen year round!! I was even more excited to find his 2013 calendar available from Andrews McMeel Publishing!

I am the type who still needs wall calendars and planners, made of paper! I can not do all of the computer and phone based calendars, I have too much of a love for paper. I think my husband's career as a Paper Engineer may have something to do with that!
I could easily pick up a 'cheap' calendar at the store, but this is displayed in a prominent location for a month at a time. I want a picture that I enjoy and makes me smile! Coffee makes me smile, and works perfectly in my kitchen! These calendars are artist quality and truly last the entire year. Nice thick paper, beautifully done artwork, this will be one you hate to dispose of when the year is over.. but instead keep it around just to look at the artwork!

For Coffee & Tea revue it only seemed fitting to include this beautiful calendar again as I did last year. It is the Coffee theme that keeps on giving.
Coffee and Tea not for you? Andrews McMeel Publishing has calendars for all likes and interests, all quality made and printed! Check them out for your 2013 needs.

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7 comments:

  1. There are so many , but perhaps the calendar The Art of Valentina

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  2. Since I already commented on all posts I'm starting again. I also like H. Keller's Souvenirs cookbook

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  3. Love the fold your own zombie calendar!

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  4. The Joy of COooking Calendr should be educational

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  5. I would like the Art Calendars.
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  6. "How to tell if your cat is planning to murder you" calendar should be quite funny.

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