Calendars for 2014 That Look Good Enough to Eat

By: Kelly Lanza, Oh So Beautiful Paper
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Red Cruiser 2014 CalendarsAs we ring in 2014, you can't forget that the new year means a new calendar is in order. And what better calendar theme than craft cocktails or beer pairings, junk food or even pie (like the ones above from Red Cruiser)? That's right — you can get all of the above and more in month-to-month form, so that each time you flip your calendar, you'll have a new delicious dish to stare at (and drool over). Here are my favorite food-filled calendars for 2014.

(Pictured left: Maria Schoettler; top right: One Canoe Two; bottom right: Benjamin Paul)

(Pictured bottom left: Bench Pressed; bottom left: Sweet Fine Day; right: Fifty Five Hi's)

(Top left to right: Yours is the Earth, Belle and Union; Bottom left to right: Printerette Press, Rifle Paper Co.)

Which one is your favorite?
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