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2011 Calendars - Wildlife Africa - standard size
This beautiful full color calendar of the wild animals of Africa is the ideal year end gift for friends, family, clients & suppliers. It is customizable and you may upload your own logo, change the wording to the cover image and add text to the photo's inside. The months, January through to December 2011, feature the following mammals: Cape Buffalo, Wildebeest or gnu, Lioness, Giraffe, Impala, Lion, White rhino, Brown hyena, Waterbuck ram, Red lechwe rams, Leopard and Birchell's zebra. The size of the calendar may be changed by selecting the "calendar options" button on this page and amended to either the small or medium size if the huge is too big. Should you require any assistance or have a request for a custom calendar to be made up for you, visit my homepage - rowood - and select the "send a message" link. ©Robin Wood - rowood. All rights reserved.
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Make every day count with your custom calendar. Add your own special photographs, images, and text for each month of this two-page calendar. Start your design from scratch or customize your choice of unique templates.

  • High quality, full-color, full-bleed printing.
  • Choose from 13 unique styles for dates and holidays.
  • Optional start and end dates.
  • Wire-o binding in 7 different colors.
  • Available in three sizes – Standard, Small, and Huge.

2011 Calendars - Wildlife Africa - standard size

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2011 Calendars - Wildlife Africa - standard size

This beautiful full color calendar of the wild animals of Africa is the ideal year end gift for friends, family, clients & suppliers. It is customizable and you may upload your own logo, change the wording to the cover image and add text to the photo's inside. The months, January through to December 2011, feature the following mammals: Cape Buffalo, Wildebeest or gnu, Lioness, Giraffe, Impala, Lion, White rhino, Brown hyena, Waterbuck ram, Red lechwe rams, Leopard and Birchell's zebra. The size of the calendar may be changed by selecting the "calendar options" button on this page and amended to either the small or medium size if the huge is too big. Should you require any assistance or have a request for a custom calendar to be made up for you, visit my homepage - rowood - and select the "send a message" link. ©Robin Wood - rowood. All rights reserved.

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Made on: 6/25/2010 11:48 PM