Don’t Break the Chain Calendar 2015

You guys have been asking for it (literally it’s the most asked question I get all year long) and today it’s here – the Don’t Break the Chain Calendar 2015! However, this year I’m doing things a little differently. In the past I’ve always just given away a free PDF of the calendar here on my blog, and I’m still going to be doing that, but I’m also offering an 11×17 poster version which you can buy on DFTBA! Keep reading for the link to the free printable and to learn more about the poster above.

I wanted the highest amount of people to learn about the 2015 calendar (so you’ll all stop asking me about it, haha), so I featured it in a new video on my channel. In the video I also talk about a new book that my design work is featured in and some new craft supplies I got from Fiskars.

This year when I was designing the calendar, I wanted to go in a slightly different direction, since the past calendars have always been a pretty standard calendar, and not anything too unique. So this year, I rearranged the placement of the months so that they form one solid block, so that the “chain” you create as you mark off the days becomes way more evident.

If you want to download the free PDF of the calendar, you can do so right here:
Download the PDF

However, if you want to buy the 11″x17″ color version, you can get that for $8 here on DFTBA. It’s printed on matte paper so it’s easy to write on, and it’ll begin shipping in about a week.

Thanks so much for checking out my blog, and I’ll have a lot more posts coming out soon, with all the work I’ve been doing for the Project for Awesome. I hope you all have a very productive year with your unbroken calendars!

  • Emilie

    This is such a cool idea! I’ve printed out a calender, featured your video and provided a link to your blog over an Random and Crafty. Here’s hoping this works for me! :)

  • Garry

    Thank you so much. I’ve used it from last year.It’s amazingly effective ^^ When I look at the paper I know I have something that motivates me and I cannot miss the chain.

  • Fatima

    Thank you Karen! I used your calendar last year as well and found it very useful!

  • Hi Karen, thank you for making these calendars! I really like the colour theme concept of last years and the change you made this year. I’ve made a different version using your 2015 design and posted on my blog if you don’t mind:

  • Kim Alvarez

    This is freaking awesome! I’m glad I found you via Pinterest. I have printed this out and stuck in my planner. It is beautifully designed nice job! Thank you again :D

  • Thanks a lot! 2015 is going to be an awesome year! :-)
    Nicely done layout and I especially like the script font you’ve used there.
    Would you be so kind and reveal me how it is called?

  • Saba

    thank you for doing this <3 it's a really cool way to keep track of a long term commitment. also the font is pretty. Though I do prefer the one on the previous calendars. But it's pretty.

  • Printing out 20 of these calendars right now for my family. (We home educate our children.) Thanks!

  • Carlos

    Thank you!!

  • Mario

    Thanks for sharing this! It’s already almost a month into 2015 but I want to try this DBTC approach to pick up some good habits.

  • Samantha Evans

    Thank you for the downloadable PDF file. Good thing I bumped to your blog. I’ve been looking for a simple but detailed calendar like this.

    Samantha Evans
    calendar printing Los Angeles

  • Ted

    Avesome :)
    Poster Templates for 2016

  • Zahra

    Could you create a new calendar for 2016?? Pretty Please

  • Lauren

    Desperately need a 2016 one of these

  • Loyal Scarlet

    Are you going to update this for 2016‽ Please do! Because I really want to use this without having to remember everything is shifted forward one day in 2016! :^D

  • savan ah

    Hi Karen, I am new to blogging. I have copied your calendar 2013 for my post. I will credit you. That okay?
    That’s if it works !