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Free My Scandinavian Home Calendar 2015

I'm so excited to present the free printable My Scandinavian Home 2015 Calendar which is now ready for you to download and print off! This year, I decided to do something a bit different (see last year's here). Working in collaboration with the wonderful Ana of Blog Milk, the calendar has been divided into months and is also available in two different versions:  a US version (where the week starts on a Sunday) or a European and other parts of the world version where the week starts on a Monday (who knew?!). Both are A4 size and I'd recommend using glossy paper if possible.  Here's a glimpse of the My Scandinavian Home Calendar 2015, I hope you like it!





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To get your free 2015 calendar simply click on the link below for the version you are looking for and click the print icon:

US version
European and ROW version

By the way, the calendar isn't up in my office space yet (as seen in the last image), however I am so unbelievably excited about working on my blog full time from 1st January and one of the first things I'll do is print it off and pin it proudly to my wall!

I'd love to see pictures of the calendar up in your home / work space, please do e-mail them over!

Have a lovely day! 

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A present for you from me!

I'm not one to miss a party but a few weeks ago My Scandinavian Home blog turned two years! Call this a belated birthday present but I wanted to celebrate by giving something back to you, without whom this blog wouldn't be anything. So I've been burning the midnight oil creating a present for you with the help of the talented designer Jennifer. And here it is: a 2014 calendar in nude and black for you to download and print off for free. If you'd like it.








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To download the 2014 calendar all you need to do is click each of these two links:

MSH Calendar 2014 part 1
MSH Calendar 2014 part 2

Save both files to your computer (there's six months on each PDF) and print in colour on good quality paper (for optimal results use a professional printer).

Cut around the edges following the lines if needed and either mount in a frame or simply use a swath of washi tape to hang it on the wall. That's it!

And again, thank you for all reading my blog and for all your wonderful comments here, on Facebook, Pinterest and Twitter. Here's to many more years of Scandinavian interior inspiration and discussions!

Since it's Friday and my blog birthday (sort of) here's a round up of the top five most popular posts ever shown on My Scandinavian Home:

A bedroom with a black wall caught the eye of A Cup Of Jo.

Swedish designer Elina Dahl's home tour took off like wildfire across Pinterest 

A post on my very own midcentury drinks trolley proved popular among SF Girl By Bay readers  (and it doesn't even stock drinks yet!).

It's no wonder the home tour of Danish By Nord owners was a hit with all its awesomness.

And finally, the popularity of this cute DIY project proved everyone on here secretly loves a dab of potato printing......

Have a wonderful weekend!

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