2014 Mutual Theme Calendar

It’s here! My much-requested 2014 Mutual theme editable/saveable calendar is ready for you! 2014 Mutual Theme Calendar: quick and easy to edit PDF and JPEG files. Free from Hang a Ribbon on the Moon.

I created this easy-to-use calendar to help you (and me!) with yearly planning and scheduling. It features one of my 2014 Mutual theme logos with space on each month page for notes, announcements, scriptures and thoughts. And, because I made an editable/saveable PDF file for you, you can quickly add your information to each month in a snap. Simply open up the PDF file in Adobe Reader (get it free here if you don’t already have it), click on the space you want to edit and type. Then save and print.

The PDF file includes a cover plus a page for each month with text fields for your information in each day square and in the sidebar area.

If you want to get even more customized, I’ve included JPEG files of each month so you can import them into your favorite word-processing or graphic-editing software and add your changes. The JPEG of the cover is also included.

You can download my calendar files below.

Remember, please DO NOT SHARE my files.

(You MAY print out or photocopy the calendar to give to others, however, for Church or personal use.)

All of my files are for noncommercial personal or Church use only.

You will need to UNZIP the download before you can access the files.

2014 Mutual Theme Calendar: quick and easy to edit PDF and JPEG files. Free from Hang a Ribbon on the Moon.Download my 2014 Mutual Theme Calendar here.

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Thanks so much for all of your support! Enjoy!

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42 thoughts on “2014 Mutual Theme Calendar

  1. I have LOVED this calendar this past year and was hoping and hoping you would do it again for 2014!! Thank you SO much for sharing your talent and helping us stay organized! These are so helpful and darling. Thank you again and again!!

  2. I LOVE all of your printables and handouts. Thank you so much for making them available to everyone. I know that the last 2 years you have created a candy bar wrapper for the current theme. Is there any way you could do one for 2014 theme? I love it in the big size too. That way you can give the lg. symphony bars. Thank you for all that you do and share.

    -Sarah Stevens

  3. I love your calendars… Is there any way you could do one in Portrait??? They would fit better in our binders?THANKS!!!!!

  4. FANTASTIC!!! Love that the PDF is editable. Just one question – is there anyway you could have a blank version? Would love to ‘Australian-ise’ it with our public holidays as you have done with the US holidays.

    1. Hi Lisa! It is pretty labor-intensive to make editable PDFs (I have to create/format/place each text field), however, I can probably get you holiday-free jpegs which you can import into Word, Photoshop, Photoshop Elements, etc. and add your holidays and info.

  5. thank you! We are using this in China!!! So happy you are willing to share to all especially we are so far… LOVE the creativity!

  6. Great, thanks, we’re using it here in the Netherlands also πŸ™‚ Since we are in a Military Ward most do not speak any Dutch so having calendars with the american holidays on there helps. We adjust them by adding the Dutch holidays in there also.

  7. This is wonderful…I’ve been using a plain Word calendar this past year for our YW, and trying to figure out how to incorporate the theme and make it a little more fun. This is exactly what I was looking for…thank you!!!

    1. Hi Sharon! Have you unzipped the file? Just in case you don’t know how to do this: navigate on your hard drive to the location where you downloaded the file. Right-click on the file. Select Extract All from the menu that appears. Navigate to the location on your computer you want the file to extract (unzip). Click on Extract. Let me know if this works πŸ™‚

  8. As the YW secretary in my ward I found the 2013 calendar very helpful. Part of my job is to type up a calender each month for the girls to have. I was able to use it in Publisher and add my own embelishments. Thank you for creating the calendar for 2014…It looks great!!! And thank you for sharing πŸ™‚

    1. The cover is the first page. If you page down using the buttons in the header or using the slider on the right, you should be able to see and use the rest of the calendar. Hope this helps πŸ™‚

  9. I just found you! I love you! Where have you been all my life?! I have been in the YW program, as an adult, for 17 years and counting. Thank you for making my calling that much easier!

  10. Thank you so much for the cute (and helpful!) calendar. Everyone is loving it. Question: I’m able to save it, print it, and e-mail it, but when opened on phones and tablets, my edits don’t show up. They do show on my laptop though. Weird! Any idea how to fix the problem?

    Thank you again!

    1. Hi Ali! I’m thrilled you love the calendar. I googled your problem and found out that, at least for now, many of the interactive features of PDF files are not available for all devices. It is a weird and frustrating problem, which I hope Adobe and other app developers will fix soon. It may depend on which app you are using to view the PDF. You can find more info on this problem in this article: http://indesignsecrets.com/for-interactive-pdf-not-all-readers-are-equal.php.

  11. thank you for making these available. My Beehives are really learning how to plan and stay organized and using your calendar reinforces the theme in everything they plan.

  12. Thank you for your wonderful free printables. I love your site! It make my job as a YW Pres. much easier!! xoxo
    Shelley
    San Clemente, CA

  13. Is there a way to change the font size and color? The red on orange doesn’t show up very well on the side text box, especially when printing in black and white. Other than that, LOVE IT!!!

    1. Sorry, Heidi, there isn’t in Adobe Reader. However, you can use your own fonts and font colors by opening up the JPEG files in Word or other similar software and using text boxes.

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