Production time: 2 Business Days
What type of paper is used for the wood calendars?
We use FSC certified, acid free archival, Mohawk Superfine Eggshell, matte, White 130#.
The Walnut Calendar has the option for foil printing with slightly different paper: 120# Mohawk Everyday Digital with smooth uncoated cover.
Not sure of our printing styles? Check out Our Printing Style
How big is the calendar plank?
Wood Plank: 7.5" x 5.5"
Paper size: 5" x 7"
What are the dimensions of the image box in the editor?
4 9/16" x 4 9/16
What kind of hardware comes with each calendar?
Wood: Silver peg
Walnut: Brass peg
How do I change the starting month/design of my calendar project?
You can change the starting month of your calendar and the design by clicking "Customize" on the left toolbar. From there, select either the dropdown under "Start Month" or the dropdown under "Design."
Is the Artifact Uprising logo on the wood calendar?
The Artifact Uprising Logo is on the back of both calendar planks and cannot be removed. There is no logo on the calendar prints. The logo is also included on the product shipping packaging and cannot be removed.
Do you sell the wood planks separately from the calendar?
Not at this time.
Do you sell the calendar prints separately from the calendar planks?
Yes! Head here to create a calendar refill pack.
Where does the wood come from?
The Wood Calendar is handcrafted in Colorado using mountain beetle pine reclaimed from our forests. Once considered fallen waste wood, this pine is uniquely grayish-blue in color - a pretty cool reminder of an otherwise storied past. Due to the unique nature of the wood, each wood block will vary slightly and may include knots and unique markings.
The Walnut Desktop Calendar is handcrafted using reclaimed walnut wood from the conventional furniture industry. Often, furniture manufacturers use only wood with smooth and even grain lines, leaving approximately two thirds of each tree to waste. We strive to create beautiful products from what these companies leave behind, turning what was once considered “wastewood” into a sustainable solution for sourcing high-quality materials.
Want to learn more about why our materials matter? Visit: Materials Matter