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12/13/2007 09:55:31 AM · #1
Can anyone point me to a good online calendar creation website/service? I am looking for one that I can upload the photos to, arrange them, and then have them print them up.
12/13/2007 10:01:40 AM · #2
Dot Photo
I havent used them for this service but I use them for prints up to poster size and they do a great job.

Another is Vista Print but you have to be real careful with these guys in the checkout system as they are good at trying to get you to join all sorts of things and look at products and if you check a box by mistake you might find yourself joining their shopping club or something LOL. Again I have had postcards and fridge magnet calendars and business cards done by them but never calendars.

Good luck
12/13/2007 10:23:29 AM · #3
I've used shutterfly the last few years and been reasonably happy, the print quality is okay (particularly as you are getting 8x10 prints for about $1 a page - so that should help set your expectations of quality) Good quality, heavy card stock, spiral bound and you can put your own special dates in.

I tried lulu.com one year and really didn't like the results.
12/13/2007 10:46:48 AM · #4
Originally posted by loriprophoto:

Dot Photo
I havent used them for this service but I use them for prints up to poster size and they do a great job.

Another is Vista Print but you have to be real careful with these guys in the checkout system as they are good at trying to get you to join all sorts of things and look at products and if you check a box by mistake you might find yourself joining their shopping club or something LOL. Again I have had postcards and fridge magnet calendars and business cards done by them but never calendars.

Good luck


I've had nothing but success with Vista Print, we use them for everything from business cards to calanders, to t-Shirts and we've not yet had a problem
12/13/2007 11:31:07 AM · #5
I am in the midst of putting a calendar together on Shutterfly (I got a free one with a purchase from Amazon). The site works well for putting the calendar together, there are lots of options for formats, and as Gordon mentioned you can add your own special dates to the calendar. Have not seen the final result, however, so I can not comment about image quality.
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