It's my printer/scanner/copier--and also a fax machine, but I doubt I'll ever use it for that. Instead, I used it to finally take a stab at my calendar for 2012.
I decided to branch out a little and try a perpetual calendar. In theory, I could use the same template again next year because I don't have to worry about the days of the week--numbers only. This design is good for keeping track of birthdays and other major events (which is what this one is for), but maybe not everyday stuff since you don't have the days to double-check.
As you can see, I stopped at March. Neither of us has used this kind of calendar before, so I'm seeing how it goes before I bust out all 12 months. No need to jump the gun and have to re-do it in three weeks because I get freaked out by seeing less information.
If you slacked like me and still don't have a calendar, it's super easy to make your own version. All I did was print the numbers onto kraft paper, add some stickers (from the dollar spot at Target), and tie them together with really thin twine.
Did you make your own calendar this year? Or get a new printer? I didn't realize this one would be so huge! It takes up 75% of my shelf...