Get organised for 2024 with these cute printable calendars with kawaii options for your desk, wall or journal, plus some DIYs and free downloads too.
Sanrio will be continuing their Friend of the Month feature throughout 2024 with a free printable calendar celebrating a different character every month, along with a motivational phrase. The entire year is available to download now so you can get them all printed off in advance and plan out a super fun year.
tokidoki are also continuing to add free calendars for 2024, starting with some colourful Unicornos for January. These include US holidays and fun theme days, plus a mini calendar for the following month.
The Cottage Market have updated all their free printable calendars and there’s something for everyone. The cute animals are the top kawaii choice but there’s also flowers, cupcakes and fandom characters.
Etsy is well worth a browse for cute and affordable kawaii printable calendars and many are discounted just now. Happy Bunnies has lots of cute designs to choose from, including this adorable caticorn calendar.
OrganizeCraftStudio has some fun animal-shaped calendars that you can display on a mini easel on your desk, or stick in your journal.
If you don’t mind using the same design every month try search terms like open calendar and blank calendar where you add the dates yourself. You can use the same file all year and many include extras like a weekly planner or to do list. This strawberry set by Milkkoyo is very sweet.
Draw So Cute has updated her mini desk calendar for 2024 and it includes free templates for you to colour in and assemble.
For something different, make a tea towel calendar for the kitchen with cut and sew fabric from Spoonflower. Their annual design contest always inspires lots of cute and beautiful designs and it’s a very simple and quick DIY for anyone with a sewing machine. If you can’t manage that, Spoonflower (US) will do the work for you and post you a finished tea towel or wall hanging. Designs above by de_koro & studio_amelie
Lots of kawaii artists create printable calendars or digital wallpapers throughout the year, whether that’s free through their blog/socials or for paid supporters on sites like Patreon and Ko-Fi. Bunny artist Ichigo Ohga aka Taiga is one of my favourites and sharing new ones on Twitter/X (above). Other SCK favourites that usually do are Little Miss Paintbrush, pikaole and Wild Olive.
Marceline is the co-founder and editor of Super Cute Kawaii and the author of The Super Cute Book of Kawaii. She lives by the seaside in Scotland in a flat full of kawaii, creating cute character goods as Asking For Trouble, working on endless craft projects and playing Nintendo.